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LAS VEGAS (April 10, 2020) 

WHAT: Lee Canyon urges residents to follow Governor Sisolak’s Stay-at-Home directive. Despite the recent snowfall, people should not be traveling to Lee Canyon for outdoor recreation of any kind. Given the seriousness of the COVID-19 crisis, the snowpack is not currently monitored so that employees can be safe at home. Refraining from recreating in the mountains also helps to ease the burden on local first responder teams, who are already taxed by the COVID-19 crisis.

Along with its partners, the US Forest Service, Lee Canyon urges people to #StayHomeForNevada. Those who want to spend time outdoors should do so close to home and only in places where social distancing can be practiced.

The US Forest Service recently announced the closure of campgrounds, day-use areas, and visitors’ centers in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

For more information, visit www.leecanyonlv.com.

WHO: LEE CANYON

WHEN: Closed March 15, 2020 until further notice from the State of Nevada.

WHERE: 6275 Lee Canyon Rd. | Las Vegas, NV | 89124

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About Lee Canyon:

Lee Canyon is located approximately one hour from downtown Las Vegas in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Established in 1963, Lee Canyon offers guests 195 acres of terrain, 27 trails accessed via three chairlifts, 250 acres of hike-to terrain, and a lift-served tubing hill. Averaging more than 161 inches of snowfall annually, Lee Canyon offers ski and snowboard coaching, terrain parks, and lodge amenities such as dining and retail, as well as a host of summer activities. For more information, please visit www.leecanyonlv.com and follow Lee Canyon on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Lee Canyon is part of POWDR, an adventure lifestyle company.

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