If you’re looking for beautiful skies, awesome mountains and of course the best views, then you’ve come to the right place.
Lake Tahoe is one of the most desired destinations in North America. Kick in our world class resorts with some of the best snow conditions, massive amounts of terrain, lifts that put you to the top of the mountain quick, it’s hard not to choose Lake Tahoe.
You will have dozens of ski resorts as well as world renowned resorts such as Squaw/Alpine and Heavenly Valley. Skiers and Riders of all skill levels will find the perfect mountain and perfect run. Feel free to browse below to learn more about our Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts.
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Located in both California and Nevada, Heavenly Mountain Resort opened on December 15, 1955 and offers both skiers and riders 97 runs with 30 lifts and four base facilities… Learn More.
Sierra-at-Tahoe is located in Twin Bridges, roughly 12 miles or so from South Lake Tahoe. This medium sized resort is well known for being a more family oriented resort…Learn More.
Kirkwood Mountain Resort operates year-round. The main focus is skiing and riding. During the summer months the resort offers hiking and mountain biking… Learn More.
Located in Incline Village, NV. Diamond Peak Ski Resort offers skiers and snowboarders 6 chairlifts and 30 runs that range from beginner to advanced… Learn More.
Squaw Alpine is pretty much the largest resort in Lake Tahoe (combined), and was the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics… Learn More.
Homewood Ski Resort offers several ski and snowboard runs with terrain parks, 2 lodges and on-mountain dining options… Learn More.
Donner Ski Ranch is considered a budget friendly ski resort nestled on Donner Summit. Offering beginner runs intermediate runs and advanced runs… Learn More.
The closest resort to Reno, NV. Boasting the highest base elevation of a Tahoe-region ski resort at 8,260 ft and the summit sits at 9,700 feet above sea-level… Learn More.
Located in Placer County, near the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe, the 3,170 acre resort features 2,280 ft. vertical drop of alpine terrain… Learn More.
Sugar Bowl resort is a medium-sized ski area and is well known for its long history, siignificant advanced terrain and high annual snowfall… Learn More.
Tahoe Donner s a small ski resort with ski lifts and 14 trails. There are two chairlifts and one rope-tow… Learn More.
Soda Springs is the oldest operating ski area in California, opening it’s doors in 1931. Featuring two lifts, a tubing carpet and 2 moving carpets. This resort is a favorite among beginners and intermediates… Learn More.