Ski With A Ranger
Get educated on the mission and role the U.S. Forest Service plays in ski area management, to improve public understanding of natural resource processes and issues.
Dates:
Friday: Mar 05 - Mar 05
Time:
1:00 PM
Meet at the Signs at the Top of the Gondola
Cost:
Free
The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit invites you to Ski with a Ranger at Heavenly Mountain Resort. Tours begin at the top of the gondola every Friday at 1 pm. The tours last approximately one hour and continue every Friday through March 27th, weather permitting. This conservation education program offers the public an opportunity to learn about the mission and role of the Forest Service in ski area management, to improve public understanding of natural resource processes and issues, and to promote environmental literacy and stewardship. Programs are led by U.S. Forest Service Conservation Education staff and volunteers and are made possible through a cooperative effort between Heavenly Mountain Resort and the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority. Participants must be intermediate level skiers/snowboarders and have a valid lift ticket. No reservations are required. Attendance is on a first-come-first-served basis, and participants are asked to meet at the signs near the top of the Gondola.