The last closed gates
Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows conducting backcountry feasibility study
Could Squaw Valley, the California ski resort notorious for its closed boundary policy, be showing signs that it might be joining the national trend of opening sidecountry terrain? The answer is: depends who you talk to.
The Tahoe resort, which this fall merged with neighboring Alpine Meadows to become the largest ski area in the country, announced last week that it is launching a pilot study to determine whether backcountry access between Squaw and Alpine is feasible. The two ...
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