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More terrain open this weekend at Heavenly Mountain Resort in Lake Tahoe

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Heavenly Mountain Resort in South Lake Tahoe will open Boulder Lodge, Boulder Lift and Boulder Bowl run on Saturday, January 18, allowing Martin Luther King holiday skiers and riders to access the mountain from all four base mountain locations.

On the California side, Heavenly will open Groove run for ski-thru, with a single jib line featuring seven small rails and boxes on the left-hand side of the run. EpicMix Racing, located on lower Ridge Run, will also open for the season on Saturday.

The addition of these areas boosts Heavenly’s open terrain to 22 lifts, accessing 23 trails and more than 15 miles of skiable terrain.

“The couple inches of new snow we received last week, paired with a productive week of snowmaking, allowed us to make that final push and open some additional beginner terrain and our final base lodge area,” said Pete Sonntag, vice president and chief operating officer of Heavenly. “MLK weekend is looking to be a great weekend to come out and ski or ride at Heavenly, with nice weather, additional terrain and the best snow surface conditions in Tahoe.”

For up-to-date info on Ski and Ride School offerings out of Boulder Lodge, please call 1-800-HEAVENLY, press 7.

Lodging deal
Stay two nights and get the third free at Heavenly! Prices start as low as $212 per person for three nights and two days of Heavenly lift tickets.

For more information, visit www.skiheavenly.com or call 800-HEAVENLY.

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