PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
THE UNBUCKLE LODGE features music and go-go dancers. Photo courtesy Heavenly Mountain Resort

Heavenly Angels encourage skiers and boarders to Unbuckle, apres ski. Credit - Heavenly Mountain Resort

Opinion

California rambling: Heading inside this winter

By From page A4 | November 11, 2013

Snow began falling on El Dorado County’s three ski areas: Heavenly Mountain Resort, Kirkwood at Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe the last week of October. With the West’s largest snowmaking system at Heavenly, snowflakes will continue to fall until the area opens — as planned presently — on Nov. 22. All that snow, however, may not be enough to keep skiers and boarders from heading inside this winter.

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