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  • MSP’s Superheroes of Stoke- Premieres 9.27.12 at the Resort at Squaw Creek

    MSP’s Superheroes of Stoke- Premieres 9.27.12 at the Resort at Squaw Creek

    TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE – TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR – SHOW IS EXPECTED TO SELL OUT SO GET THERE EARLY!   MSP’s Superheroes of Stoke premiere tour will make its stop at the Resort at Squaw Creek on September 27, 2012. This year there will be two showings of epicness, one at [...]

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  • Save Big! Labor Day Tent Sale!

    Save Big! Labor Day Tent Sale!

    Yep it’s that time of year again, where we pull out the big white tent, take over the parking lot and sell last year’s winter gear at amazing prices! Join us this weekend for our annual Labor Day Tent Sale! August 31 – September 3rd we will be slanging gear and chatting about pow days of lore [...]

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  • It really does snow in Tahoe!!!!

    It really does snow in Tahoe!!!!

    The moment you’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived!!! 4″ of new snow has blanketed the Tahoe basin and it’s still coming down hard. The snow started off wet and should be sticking to anything and everything on the hill, which will help provide a solid base for the snow that is going [...]

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  • Excellence in Education- Skiing for schools tickets

    Excellence in Education- Skiing for schools tickets

    Yes it is that time of year…the Excellence in Education Skiing For Schools Dates and Resorts have been announced. The First one kicks off December 17-23 at Sugar Bowl. Tickets are $35 and available at Porters in Tahoe City and Porters in Truckee. Below you will find a flier with all the dates and pricing. Today [...]

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  • South America – 2011- Highlight Ski Video | Patagonia & Las Leñas

    South America – 2011- Highlight Ski Video | Patagonia & Las Leñas

    http://vimeo.com/30466686 Here is my version of what went down this summer in South America.  From July 25th until September 15th it snowed about every 4th or 5th day.  It was a killer summer of pow skiing and learning more about Latin American culture.  I love it down there. Skiers:  Miles Clark, Eric Bryant, Evan Haines, and Friends. Locations: [...]

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  • Last Powder Day of the Year at Squaw Valley

    Last Powder Day of the Year at Squaw Valley

    May 29th, 2011 brought some beautiful conditions to Squaw Valley USA.  Headwall and KT were spinning allow access to 12” of fresh snow.  There is still so much snow at Squaw that you ski whatever you want.  Classic chute on Headwall is a gully, The Palisades are still totally filled in and the chimney is [...]

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  • Hot….Hot..HOT of the press, the t-shirt press that is

    Hot….Hot..HOT of the press, the t-shirt press that is

    LOCALS DON”T STOP…..SUPPORTING! That’s right kids, swing by Porters in Truckee or Tahoe City and pick up one of the NEW High Five’s, Locals Don’t Stop Supporting, shirts. Not only is it an awesome tee but you will be one of the cool kids for sure when you join the other cool local kids that support [...]

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  • Chimney Session # 7

    Chimney Session # 7

    On Monday, the chimney went down, once again.  Our seventh session gave us a showing of Draft Rock.  I think it’s the first time this line has been hit since 2006.  It’s a big ‘un and it took it’s toll.  This video has some impressive lines and some even more impressive whipe-outs.  Mountain giveth, and [...]

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  • Fantastic February Facials

    Fantastic February Facials

    It dumped snow the whole month of February in Tahoe starting on my birthday the 16th. Basically every morning I woke up it felt like the weather gods were blessing me with yet another powder day. This is a little highlight of what my birthday month looked like. No complaints so far this month on [...]

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  • Chimney Session #4 AND International GNAR Day

    Chimney Session #4 AND International GNAR Day

    March 9th was The International Day of GNAR.  The boys at Squaw followed suit and made sure to think they were causing a ruckus.  The imagined debauchery included fireworks, pro call outs, lots of guys whacking their poles, and some pant soiling Chimney lines.  Granite Chief Peak was also in fine form and allowed for [...]

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  • A little Silverado Powder Hucking

    A little Silverado Powder Hucking

    On March 7th Squaw Valley had about 8 inches of wet, nasty, funky, punchy snow.  At least that’s what Squaw had down on KT.  After one manky lap of KT, I headed up to Silverado and found drier, funner, better snow and no one out.  It was insane to be riding up Silvy and looking [...]

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  • Backflips are fun…if you don’t FACEPLANT!

    Backflips are fun…if you don’t FACEPLANT!

    On March 3rd, 2o11 we had a fine day in Lake Tahoe.  Plenty of new snow, no one out, and your choice of lines to ski.  There just weren’t enough people around to compete.  You could even “save stuff for later” which is truly a misnomer at Squaw Valley, but it worked on this day. There [...]

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  • The Palisades – Chimney Session #3 – March 4th, 2011

    The Palisades – Chimney Session #3 – March 4th, 2011

    On Friday, March 4th, 2011, Patrol gave us the Chimney for the 3rd time this season.  They even left it open until no one wanted it anymore.  I gotta say, patrol is really hooking it up this year and it’s great to see.  I don’t think anyone crashed at all this session, which should give [...]

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  • The Fingers Race – March 3, 2011

    The Fingers Race – March 3, 2011

    There truly isn’t anything more entertaining at Squaw Valley than a solid Fingers Race in the morning.  And this was one of those perfect Fingers morning with 4-8 inches of dense, wind-pressed snow that stuck to everything.  Throw a little Granite Chief and a ridiculous butter 360 crash recovery, and you’ve got yourself a pretty [...]

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  • Donner or Chimney?

    Donner or Chimney?

    Note:  All skiing in this video is Porters’ employee Adam Ruscitto... Yesterday, it was between the Chimney at Squaw or Donner Peak.  I chose Donner and I’m not disappointed.  Although, I can’t deny that some part of me, well, okay, all of me was definitely yearning to ski the Chimney.  I DO NOT LIKE MISSING CHIMNEY [...]

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