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Lake Tahoe Spring Skiing 2014: Ski Resort Closing Dates, Current Conditions, and Tips for Spring Skiing by TahoesBest.com

Skiing/Snowboarding Season Is Slowly Coming to a Close, So Enjoy the Last Few Weeks of Snow in Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/12/14 -- Spring skiing in Lake Tahoe boasts sunny skies and perfect conditions, so book a last minute trip to Lake Tahoe before the season ends. Most ski resorts are still open, and with fresh snow from last week's storm now is the best time to head to the mountains and stay and play for a weekend getaway. The editors of TahoesBest.com, Lake Tahoe's busiest tourism website, announced 2014 ski resort closing dates, and lodging tips to make the trip perfect.

"This most recent storm has left us with incredible conditions for an end of the season ski/snowboard trip," explains Lindsey Skinner, editor of TahoesBest.com. "Most ski resorts are anticipating a great end to the season, so we've put together a guide to April skiing/boarding in Lake Tahoe."

Ski Resorts Closing Dates 2014

As a result of storm most ski resorts are hoping to stay open through Easter weekend. Below is a list of the unofficial closing dates for this 2013-2014 ski season in Lake Tahoe. Dates may change depending upon weather. For more information about each resort visit http://www.tahoesbest.com/skiing.

Alpine Meadows: April 27
Boreal Mountain Resort: April 20
Diamond Peak Ski Resort: April 13
Heavenly Lake Tahoe: April 20
Homewood Mountain Resort: Closed
Kirkwood Ski Resort: April 27
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe: April 20
Northstar California™ Resort: April 20
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort: April 20
Sugar Bowl: April 20
Squaw Valley: April 27, with weekends open until mid May

Use http://www.tahoesbest.com/Skiing/skireports.htm to find current conditions about each ski resort.

Not ready for the snow fun to end? Most resorts are currently selling season tickets for next ski season 2014 - 2015, so start getting excited for next year.

Lodging Tips

South Lake Tahoe Hotel Tip: For South Lake Tahoe lodging The Landing Resort & Spa offers incredible options. Try the Soft Landing Ski Package, which includes choice of lift tickets, two South Lake Tahoe casino shows, and beautiful accommodations. This new (December opening) hotel offer luxurious lodging and a convenient location.

North Lake Tahoe Hotel Tip: For a last minute trip to Squaw Valley there is no better place to stay than The Resort at Squaw Creek. Enjoy amenities such as on-site ski and snowboard rentals, and a kids camp if you want to drop of the kids and enjoy the day with your sweetheart.

South Lake Tahoe Vacation Rental Tip: Traveling with friends? Don't sweat the money and use SplitVR to easily find a property and simply split the cost. SplitVR boasts South Lake Tahoe vacation rentals offering last minute ski and snowboarders an easy solution to the problem of paying up at the end of the vacation. Enjoy an April ski/snowboard trip and find the perfect homebase.

North Lake Tahoe Vacation Rental Tip: For top properties in North Lake Tahoe try Tahoe North Rentals. They offer pet friendly properties, hot tubs with awe-inspiring Lake views, condos and large homes for big family reunions. PLUS! Book before April 20th and enjoy $50 off a three night stay or longer. Use code "HAPPYWINTER" and spend the extra cash on apres ski drinks in the lodge.

About TahoesBest.com:
Lake Tahoe is known for outdoor activities, pristine waters and one of the best wedding destinations in the country. TahoesBest.com is the authority on what to do, where to stay, weather updates and all the best upcoming events for any visitor. Use TahoesBest.com to find information, reviews and deals on all things Lake Tahoe from concerts to vacation rentals.

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