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VisitRenoTahoe.com is the official website for visitors planning a ski vacation in the Reno and Lake Tahoe area. With 15 ski resorts - from smaller resorts that focus on lessons for beginners to the largest cross-country resort in North America, all within a short drive from our international airport - you will find the terrain and on-mountain amenities to exceed your highest expectations of what a ski vacation should be.

Please explore this site to learn more about Reno Tahoe skiing, ski resorts, weather conditions, ski conditions, ski shuttles and Special Ski and Stay Package Deals.  Don't miss our special Ski Blog, contributed by many local skiers and bloggers at ski.visitrenotahoe.com
 

Ski Resort Search Results: North Lake Tahoe

Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing Sledding / Tubing Terrain Park

Alpine Meadows

Ask anyone who has been there what they remember about Alpine Meadows and they'll tell you: great snow and soaring views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra. With 2,400 skiable acres, Alpine has enough to keep even the most adventurous powder hound happy for days. Alpine was the first in the West to install a six-passenger high speed chair and has done much to keep generations of skiers coming...
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Alpine / Skiing Sledding / Tubing Terrain Park

Boreal

Boreal, conveniently located on Interstate 80, has become the Tahoe region's first - and only - all-mountain terrain park. Always a hit with families and legions of snowboarders, Boreal Jibassic Park has more than 100 features. Typically one of the first Northern California mountain resorts to open every season, the area offers a wide variety of features and terrain.
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Alpine / Skiing Terrain Park

Diamond Peak

Diamond Peak has a vertical drop of 1,840 feet with a high base and summit elevation that captures plenty of snow. It is located at Incline Village on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Diamond Peak has an average annual snowfall of around 325 inches and just about 655 acres of skiable terrain. You will find 30 trails, plus open bowls, and tree skiing areas.
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Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing

Donner Ski Ranch

Donner Ski Ranch was first utilized for skiing in 1937 and is located high atop historic Donner Summit. The area's first rope tow was located at the base of the current lodge. Today, Donner has 400 skiable acres, 5 double and 1 triple chairlifts.
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Alpine / Skiing Terrain Park

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe

Mount Rose is Lake Tahoe's closest serious skiing and riding to Reno and the Reno-Tahoe Airport. It's 25 minutes from Reno and 10 minutes from the North Shore, and daily ski shuttle service is available from many Reno properties.

Good powder skiing - and the Mt. Rose Chutes for serious skiers and riders - is thanks to Lake Tahoe's highest base area at 8,260 feet. This leads to 1,200...
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Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing Sledding / Tubing Terrain Park

Northstar California Resort

Northstar California offers an excellent family experience. The area boasts a vertical drop of 2,280 feet, its longest run is a thigh-taxing 1.3 miles long. Northstar's mix of runs is 25 percent beginner and advanced, and 50 percent intermediate. Ski or ride on 2,420 acres of terrain.
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Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing

Royal Gorge

Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort spreads its extensive trail network over thousands of acres of wilderness in the High Sierra. It brands itself as "North America's largest cross country ski resort" and with 9,000 acres of skiable terrain and 600 inches of average annual snowfall, few people argue the point.
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Soda Springs

Soda Springs is one of America's original ski resorts, established in 1931. It has become a cost-saving alternative to the larger Lake Tahoe resorts. There is a relatively small vertical drop and the area is less intimidating for beginners and families.
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Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing Sledding / Tubing Terrain Park

Squaw Valley

Squaw Valley USA, site of the Winter Olympic Games in 1960, is a legendary vacation destination plunked down squarely at the end of a gorgeous Sierra valley. Squaw's terrain may seem endless to those trying to conquer it, with 33 lifts, including North America?s only Funitel and an aerial Cable Car, access six peaks, 4,000 acres and 2,850 vertical feet of terrain.

The Village was...
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Alpine / Skiing Terrain Park

Sugar Bowl Resort

Perched atop Tahoe?s Donner Summit, Sugar Bowl Resort is the closest major resort to Sacramento and the Bay Area. Sugar Bowl offers terrain to accommodate beginners and challenge experts, spreading across four peaks serviced by 13 lifts and 1500 acres with 500 inches of annual snowfall. As one of the country's oldest ski areas, Sugar Bowl has kept it's classic ski atmosphere while providing...
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Nordic / Cross Country Alpine / Skiing Terrain Park

Tahoe Donner

You'll discover Tahoe Donner in the upper reaches of Truckee. It is five miles from Donner Lake and less than 20 miles from Lake Tahoe. You will find one quad chairlift, one double chairlift and one surface lift accessing 14 runs with over 120 skiable acres. Tahoe Donner Ski Area is committed to being "the best place for family fun and learning." Wide-open bowls, uncrowded slopes, great...
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