Mammoth Opens for Skiing on Friday. What’s the Date for China Peak?
The “bomb cyclone” that buried California in precipitation this week delivered good news for skiers.
Mammoth Mountain is opening on Friday morning, as is Palisades Tahoe.
Closer to Fresno, China Peak says it received 10 to 14 inches of snow from the storm.
The ski resort near Huntington Lake said on its website that it’s “still shooting for a Thanksgiving opening if not sooner.”
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China Peak Schedules Job Fairs
China Peak has several events coming up:
— A job fair at the resort on Saturday, Nov. 6.
— Another job fair at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis, Nov. 19-20.
— And it 12th annual Pray for Snow, Nov. 20 at Sequoia Brewing Company in north Fresno.
Palisades Tahoe said the big storm dropped more than 3 feet of snow on its upper mountains.
The resort plans to be open on weekends only as conditions allow until full-time operations begin on Nov. 24.