Want to learn about ski-area management? Are you interested in learning more about the forest service in South lake Tahoe? How about just getting a private tour of Heavenly Ski Resort? Well then these “Ski with a Ranger tours” are just for you!
The perfect combo of history, maintenance and entertainment, these tours provide information on the Forest Service’s role in ski-area management, improve understanding of natural resource issues and promote environmental stewardship. Information on how the Lake Tahoe basin formed, its early inhabitants, types of trees and prescribed fires.
The U.S. Forest Service conservation education staff will be leading “Ski with a Ranger” tours beginning Jan. 17 at Heavenly Mountain Resort in South Lake Tahoe.
Tours will be an hour long ski trip, beginning at the top of the gondola Monday through Friday at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM, weather permitting. All skiers skilled intermediate and above with a Heavenly lift pass are welcome to join this tour for free.
Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis with no reservations required. The program will continue through April 11, weather permitting.