Sierra-at-Tahoe posted on Facebook that crews have been working nonstop with hopes the resort can reopen.
But at best, it will be a partial reopening. Over 100,000 fire-damaged trees in the area will be removed by PG&E, while Sierra-at-Tahoe teams repair chairlifts and navigate supply chain gaps, shipping issues and burned up land. While South Lake Tahoe's snowfall over the weekend usually brings more business to local ski resorts, the Sierra resort and others hit by the Caldor Fire are left with scorched terrain and empty lodges.
Tahoe residents say the closure is causing concern for both employment and tourism. The resort is also being held up by global supply chain issues.