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Spring skiing at Squaw Valley
Spring skiing at Squaw Valley
Photo courtesy Squaw Valley USA

Spring skiing is a sunny, slushy affair where short sleeves, skimpy shirts and wide open runs rule. With most Tahoe ski areas closing this weekend or next, now is the time to put pack the skis, snowboards and golf clubs in the car and head to Tahoe for those last laps of Winter 2013-14. Most ski areas honor next year's season passes this spring, so now is a great time to line up that pass at a big discount.

Spring skiing at Squaw Valley
Spring skiing at Squaw Valley Photo courtesy Squaw Valley USA

Spring skiing at Squaw Valley

Open daily from Saturday, April 19 through Sunday April 27

Spring skiing is a sunny, slushy affair where short sleeves, skimpy shirts and wide open runs rule. With most Tahoe ski areas closing this weekend or next, now is the time to put pack the skis, snowboards and golf clubs in the car and head to Tahoe for those last laps of Winter 2013-14, no matter how wide they may be. Squaw and Alpine honor next year's Tahoe Superpass this spring, so now is a great time to line up that pass at a discounted price. Next season's pass now includes Sugar Bowl, Sierra-at-Tahoe and the Mountain Collective resorts.

Spring skiing at Alpine
Spring skiing at Alpine Photo by Ben Davidson/www.bendavidsonphoto.com

Spring skiing at Alpine

Open Saturday, April 19
Sunday, April 20
Friday, April 25,
Saturday, April 26
Sunday, April 27
Friday, May 2
Saturday, May 3
Sunday, May 4

Spring skiing is a time-honored tradition at Alpine, with lots of music and events like snow golf celebrating the end of the season. The Spring Music series on the Sundeck includes

Stung "Police Tribute Band" on April 19 and
Peter Joseph & Kingtide on April 26.

Alpine and Squaw's joint 2014-15 season pass is good for this spring, so now is a great time to line up that pass at a discounted price. Next season's Superpass now includes Sugar Bowl, Sierra-at-Tahoe and the Mountain Collective resorts.

Spring skiing at Northstar
Spring skiing at Northstar Photo by Ben Davidson/www.bendavidsonphoto.com

Spring skiing at Northstar

Northstar

Open Saturday April 19 and Sunday, April 20

Spring skiing at Northstar is a delight, with runs on the backside that are like having your own private ski area. Slather on the sunscreen and put on those shorts, short sleeves, and tank top for wide open runs down Northstar's slopes. For apres-ski, golf clubs, mountain bikes and swim gear will come in handy too. Northstar's 2014-15 passes are are good for this spring, so now is a great time to line up that pass at a discounted price.

Spring skiing at Kirkwood
Spring skiing at Kirkwood Photo by Ben Davidson/www.bendavidsonphoto.com

Spring skiing at Kirkwood

Open Saturday, April 19 through Sunday April 27

Kirkwood is the self-proclaimed King of Spring and riders can enjoy some of the deepest snowpack left in the Tahoe area. Access your own 1,000-acre playground on a backside cat tour until April 27. Kirkwood honors next year's Kirkwood, Tahoe local and Epic season pass for this spring, so now is a great time to line up that pass at a discounted price.

Spring skiing at Heavenly
Spring skiing at Heavenly Photo by Ben Davidson/www.bendavidsonphoto.com

Spring skiing at Heavenly

Opne Saturday, April 19 and Sunday, April 20

Spring skiing at Heavenly is fun, fun, fun. Morning conditions are best and when you finished for the day. South Lake Tahoe offers plenty of diversions for spring travelers. Next season's Epic Pass is good for this spring, so now is a great time to line up the pass at a discounted price.