Our web editor took a little break from skis, stand up paddle boards and kayaks to head down the Eastern Sierra between Lone Pine and Yosemite, here’s a few shots from along the way:
A cold Sunday morning that promised to turn into a spring-like sunny day meant there was no reason to rush for a dawn patrol on Tahoe’s west shore, so I (Greyson, Start Haus web guy) met up with my buddies Paul and Jan at Homewood at a leisurely 9 a.m.-ish to head down to Hidden Peak.
Also known as Bliss Peak, tucked between Jakes and Rubicon just to the north of Emerald Bay, Hidden Peak earns it’s name, tricking you into thinking you’re almost at the top with a false summit. it rises up over 9,000 feet, overlooking both Tahoe to the east and Desolation Wilderness to the west.
Welcome to another week of our Tahoe Ski News blog post, where we share ski conditions, racing info, ski events, wax calls and ski deals every Friday.
Send your race, ski event or results to email@example.com. with the headline: Tahoe Ski News to get them listed here each week.
Another dusting of cold smoke is on the ground and the skiing continues to be fantastic here in Tahoe – if you’re not here you’re missing out!
We’re excited to be nominated by Skiing Business for Most Knowledgeable Staff, Most Innovative, Best Backshop: Ski Tuning and Best Backshop: Bootfitting! We’ve taken wins in Best Backshop: Ski Tuning, best Backshop: Bootfitting, and Most Knowledgeable Staff in the past, so keep your fingers crossed for us.
In ski racing and competition news, Far West Skiing has Ski Cross coming up at Squaw Valley on January 12-13 and 19-20. U10/U12 Juniors will be racing at Sugar Bowl January 12-13. The Tahoe League Race Series is heading to Auburn Ski Club January 12-13. Far West Masters head to Sierra at Tahoe this weekend as well. At Northstar, the U.S. Revolution Tour brings halfpipe, slopestyle and cross events on January 13-18. USASA Rail Jam and Slopestyle are on tap at Boreal.
Dominator Wax and the Start Haus have teamed up to create a custom line of ski waxes and ski wax additives that offer the best performance for your skis in a wide range of temperatures and snow conditions.
Here’s our in-depth explanation on which waxes are best for you, and why:
Happy holidays from the Start Haus crew! We’ve been dreaming of a white Christmas and it looks like we’ve got it! If you haven’t been here before, this is our weekly Tahoe Ski News blog post, where we tell you about ski conditions, racing, events, wax calls and ski deals every Friday.
Welcome back to our weekly Tahoe Ski News blog, where we tell you about ski conditions, racing, events, wax calls and ski deals every Friday.
Don’t forget to send your race, ski event or results to firstname.lastname@example.org. with the headline: Tahoe Ski News to get them listed here each week.
With the cold storm that blew through on Wednesday the skiing is fantastic – almost all resorts are open, many top to bottom, and our team has been out getting fresh tracks in boot-deep powder at Northstar, Alpine Meadows, Sugar Bowl and Squaw.
We’re starting a weekly post here at the Start Haus to bring you all the Tahoe ski news you need. We’ll post up racing info, Tahoe ski events, wax calls, ski deals and more here every Friday.
We’ll start off the week with a couple of screaming deals: We have the Salomon BBR 7.9 and Salomon Sentinel on sale for only $299! The BBR is an superhero ski for intermediate skiers looking to get beyond the groomer, and the Sentinel is a rockin’ all mountain ski that’s a solid contender for a Tahoe quiver-of-one.
Don’t be fooled by anyone telling you it’s only raining up here, the skiing is good! Check out this picture from Thursday – Start Haus’s Phil getting freshies on his Blizzard Bonafides, testing out the new Fischer Vacuum Ski Boots:
We need your help! User reviews are a great way to give your feedback on a pair of skis, boots, bindings – whatever you use. Not only do we see what our customers think, but your helping out other shoppers by adding your voice.
All you have to do is go to the bottom of any product page and click “write your own review.” It’s quick and easy – not to mention fun! Love a certain pair of skis? Think there’s something other shoppers should know about the last pair of ski boots you bought? We want to know.
Here’s what a review looks like on our product page (this one is on the Blizzard Gunsmoke)
Here’s how to get paid:
- Write reviews on products you’ve used – skis, boots, bindings, whatever.
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- We’ll read it, approve it and post it on the page, then send you a unique code for $5 off at www.starthaus.com.
It’s that easy, 5-10 minutes of your time to help us and help other shoppers and you get $5 off online purchases at the Start Haus.
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So send us your reviews! firstname.lastname@example.org