Tahoe Donner Ski Resort

Tahoe Donner Ski Resort is a family resort that is committed to instructing the young and the young-at-heart to ski and snowboard. You can count on uncrowded slopes, excellent terrain for beginners, wide-open bowls, and pristine groomed trails. This resort caters to families with interchangeable lift tickets for parents with non-skiing kids, ski lessons for children aged three and up, and even kid-friendly menu items in the cafeteria. The friendly staff is eager to help, providing a personal touch that is often missed at larger resorts. Tahoe Donner’s 120 skiable acres can be explored through... Read more »

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

As one of Lake Tahoe’s oldest resorts, Sugar Bowl’s rich history dates back to 1939. The sport of ski racing is a big part of its past as the host of memorable events such as the famous Silver Belt race and the US National Alpine Championships. Today, this world-class mountain resort features four peaks and the opportunity to Ski Sugar Bowl’s 1,500 acres with 95 trails covered in some of the most amazing powder you will ever experience. It is no wonder the locals rave about the remarkable adventures this mountain has to offer. The elevation at the summit is 8,383 feet and there are 13 lifts... Read more »

Squaw Valley Ski Resort

The legendary Squaw Valley USA ski resort attracts visitors from all over the world. As the site of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games, its world-famous terrain is filled with exciting runs for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Picture 4,000 acres of fresh powder spanning across six mountain peaks with open bowls and shoots that will give you an adrenaline rush like you’ve never experienced before. You might be interested to know Squaw Valley USA and Alpine Meadows offer a combined season pass making your winter runs double the fun. The hard part is picking which resort to spend your day on the... Read more »

Soda Springs Ski Resort

Soda Springs ski resort is a favorite for families and beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. It’s base elevation is 6,700 feet, and rises to a summit elevation of 7,352 feet. Visitors can confidently explore the resort’s 200 acres of patrolled terrain from two ski lifts and two surface tows. This affordable resort will give you great value for your money, plus memories that will last a lifetime. Laying claim to the title of best snow park for kids in the Lake Tahoe region, Soda Springs caters to children of all ages with its Tube Town and Planet Kids features. Tube Town has... Read more »

Homewood Ski Resort

If you are looking for some of the best skiing and snowboarding opportunities in the Lake Tahoe region, check out Homewood Ski Resort. It spans 1,260 acres on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, and boasts beautiful views of the lake from every slope. Loved by locals and vacationers alike, Homewood was ranked 12th in SKI Magazine’s 2001 reader’s poll. It has an average snowfall of about 450 inches a season and enjoys 300 sunny days a year. Homewood ski resort’s base elevation is 6,230 feet and the summit peaks at 7,880 feet and can be accessed by 8 lifts and a new high-speed quad lift called the... Read more »

Northstar at Tahoe Ski Resort

Northstar Ski Resort is a first class year-round mountain paradise located in beautiful North Lake Tahoe. With endless opportunities to enjoy some of the finest powder on the planet, a dining venue at an elevation of 8,610 feet, and so much more. A vacation at Northstar at Tahoe should be at the top of your list. A bonus is its convenient location on Highway 267, only six miles north of Lake Tahoe and six miles south of downtown Truckee. During the winter, visitors can ski Northstar’s more than 3,000 acres filled with 93 ski trails. The trails are accessed by 20 lifts, including two gondolas,... Read more »

Mt. Rose Ski Resort

Just twenty-five minutes from downtown Reno, Mt. Rose Ski Resort is North Lake Tahoe’s best kept secret. Whether you are looking for a quick get-away or a longer vacation, the location of this resort makes it affordable and convenient. Starting at the regions highest base elevation of 8,260 feet, the Mt. Rose elevation soars up to 9,700 feet. The panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and Nevada from the summit will absolutely take your breath away. Mt Rose ski resort has the capacity to introduce you to some of the best powder in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. When you jump on one of the eight ski lifts... Read more »

Donner Ski Ranch

Family owned and operated Donner Ski Ranch is one of the last of its kind in California. As such, it offers a relaxed and carefree atmosphere making it a favorite for family fun. Beginners enjoy it for the simple experience that it provides, and more advanced skiers and snowboarders find a lot to explore as well. With six chair lifts and two moving carpets, the terrain spans more than 500 acres and offers fast-paced winter fun for visitors of every skill level. Donner Ski Ranch provides private or group ski/snowboard instruction in their Learn to Turn Center. They also offer ski packages that include... Read more »

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Lake Tahoe’s Friendliest Mountain Located in Incline Village, Nevada, Diamond Peak has a little something for everyone, although the stunning views of Lake Tahoe alone are reason enough to visit this fantastic destination. The mountain is teeming with opportunities for beginners with its gentle slopes and wide runs, while experts can experience the challenging terrain of Solitude Canyon. The summit is at an elevation of 8,540 feet and it has a vertical drop of 1,840 feet, the fourth longest drop in the Lake Tahoe area. There are 655 skiable acres that area accessed by 6 lifts, with 30 runs... Read more »

Boreal Ski Resort

Boreal Ski Resort is the first and only all-mountain terrain park in the Lake Tahoe region. This quaint resort offers many fun adventures compacted into its 480 acres, making it attractive to legions of snowboarders as well as families seeking an enjoyable and affordable adventure. The average snowfall is 400 inches, so you will want to check out Boreal web cams for accurate and up-to-the-minute views of mountain conditions. With 41 trails to explore accessed by eight lifts, plus a vertical rise of 500 feet, those who ski Boreal can expect to navigate exciting tree runs and complex gullies, plus... Read more »

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