This week could be the start of the ski season for the Golden State. Mammoth Mountain has been counting down the days on their socials until they open: November 10th. Across the border, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe just announced that they’ll be open on the 10th as well.

While it hasn’t been that snowy yet (outside of a small storm a couple of days ago), many ski resorts, like Palisades Tahoe, are still bracing up to open in the next couple of weeks. Here are the projected opening dates for California’s ski resorts, with the information provided by Ski California:

Bear Valley: November 17

Big Bear Mountain Resort (Bear Mountain): Mid-late November

Big Bear Mountain Resort (Snow Summit): Mid-late November

Big Bear Mountain Resort (Snow Valley): Mid-late November

Boreal / Woodward Tahoe: November 17

China Peak: November 17

Diamond Peak (In Nevada, but close to California border): December 7

Dodge Ridge: November 24

Granlibakken Tahoe: Opens: November 23 for sledding, December 15 for lifts

Heavenly Mountain Resort: November 17

Homewood Mountain Resort: Mid-December

June Mountain: December 26

Kingvale Resort: As soon as conditions permit

Kirkwood Mountain Resort: December 1

Mammoth Mountain: November 10

Mountain High: Mid-November

Mt. Baldy: Mid-November

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe (In Nevada, but is very close to the California state border): November 10

Mt. Shasta Ski Park: December 15

Northstar California: November 17

Palisades Tahoe: November 22

Sierra-at-Tahoe: December 2

Sky Tavern: December 13

Soda Springs: November 24

Sugar Bowl: November 24

Tahoe Donner: XC on Nov. 24; downhill opens as conditions permit

Image Credits: Mammoth Mountain (Featured & Header Image), Palisades Tahoe, Ski California

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