04 December 2020

Kirkwood Now Open for 2020-21 Season; Joins Heavenly and Northstar

Kirkwood Mountain Resort kicked off a successful start to the 2020-21 ski and ride season today. With a winter operating plan focused on comprehensive safety protocols, Kirkwood opened with more than 180 acres of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain.
20 November 2020

Heavenly and Northstar Now Open for 2020-21 Winter Season

Heavenly Mountain Resort and Northstar California Resort kicked off a successful start to the 2020-21 ski and ride season today. With a winter operating plan focused on comprehensive safety protocols, they were the first two Tahoe area ski resorts to open.
18 November 2020

Heavenly, Northstar to Open for 2020-21 Season this Friday

Heavenly and Northstar are set to open on Nov. 20, Kirkwood is scheduled to open on Dec. 4, weather and conditions permitting.
26 October 2020

Snowmaking begins in Tahoe, Opening Days set for Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood

Cold temperatures and dry air have created ideal conditions for making snow in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Heavenly Mountain Ski Resort, Northstar California Resort and Kirkwood Mountain Resort all plan to take advantage of this week’s cool weather window to build a solid base for the upcoming 2020-21 winter season.
29 September 2020

Heavenly Mountain Resort Focused on Pass Holder Experience During Early Season, Plans to Open Resort’s California-Side Terrain First

Heavenly Mountain Resort plans to open on Friday, Nov. 20 with a focus on the pass holder early-season experience. For the first time in over a decade, the resort will open with skiing and riding on the California side of the resort, including the iconic Ridge Run.
18 June 2020

Heavenly Mountain Resort and Northstar California Resort to Open for Summer Operations with Commitment to Employee and Guest Safety

Heavenly Mountain Resort and Northstar California Resort today announced they will open for select summer activities in July. Kirkwood Mountain Resort will have human-powered activities (no lift access) available to guests, similar as years past. The resorts shared operating plans as well as their commitment to safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
14 March 2020

Update on Vail Resorts Operations from CEO Rob Katz

As a global operator of 37 ski resorts, Vail Resorts is monitoring the rapidly evolving impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) from all angles. Unwaveringly and without question, our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our guests and employees. We are fortunate to have strong partnerships with the communities where we operate and we are closely monitoring the statements and following the guidance and recommendations from local, state/provincial and federal health agencies on cases of COVID-19.