The weekend was full of smiles around South Lake Tahoe as skiers embraced Mother Nature’s most recent gift of snow storms. Spring skiing is undoubtedly spectacular and the conditions more like those you might expect/want to see in January.
While the weather is supposed to warm up some this week with temperatures more spring like, there’s no doubt that with all the new snow many of you will continue to take to the slopes. If you do plan to take advantage of the spectacular Lake Tahoe spring skiing, please keep in mind some of the following spring skiing tips…
Safety Tips for Spring Skiers and Snowboarders
- Spring Skiing and Snowboarding Safety Tips. Warm conditions can uncover hidden hazards as well as lead to a nasty sunburn. Check these spring skiing reminders to prevent some common spring skiing mishaps.
- Preventing Altitude Illness During Active Vacations. Symptoms of headache, nausea and fatigue often occur in those who travel from lower elevations up to 8,000 feet or more, but a few preventive measures can keep you comfortable
- Recognizing and Preventing Acute Mountain Sickness. How to recognize, prevent and treat symptoms of high altitude illness
- How to Unclog (Pop) Ears In Altitudes. Use this simple technique to open up your eyes as you ascend and descend on the mountain.