Reno Tahoe is the ultimate year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts, but we’re probably most well-known for our epic winters. The unbelievably fluffy powder that falls from the sky during ski season draws skiers and snowboarders from around the world to ski resorts in Reno Tahoe. Februaries have been renamed ‘Februburied’ because Mother Nature simply won’t let up sometimes. (But we won’t complain if nearly every day is a powder day!). Even with all that snow, we enjoy sunny days more than three-quarters of the year, resulting in the types of ski trips some people only dream of.
Many family-friendly Reno Tahoe ski resorts cater to travelers who have never strapped on skis. There are ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe and Reno areas for all levels, from beginner and intermediate to advanced. Taking ski and snowboard lessons will not only help you get your snow legs, but they will also provide you with an expert guide to give you the pro-tips you need to be King or Queen of the Mountain. An investment in lessons will ensure you have the best possible experience on the slopes.
If downhill skiing or snowboarding isn’t your speed, take a run at a cross-country ski resort in Lake Tahoe. The slower pace of Nordic skiing allows you to stop and smell the pine trees while taking in stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
Surprisingly close to many of the ski resorts in Lake Tahoe, Reno, Nevada is only a short drive away, so when planning your stay, be sure to check out Reno’s lodging options. Here is the average time it might take to drive to several of North and South Lake Tahoe’s ski resorts:
These time estimates are based on situations without weather events or traffic incidents. Always plan ahead for possible storms and traffic by checking road conditions through the Nevada Department of Transportation and Caltrans.
Every Lake Tahoe ski area has its own unique personality and attractions. Did you know that the 1960 Winter Olympics were held in Olympic Valley at Palisades Tahoe (formerly Squaw Valley Resort)?
The concentration of Lake Tahoe ski resorts in California and Nevada may make it difficult to choose, but we have you covered. No matter what type of experience you’re after, from beginner-friendly green slopes to daring double black diamond runs to terrain parks or miles of cross-country trails, Tahoe ski resorts offer an experience everyone will love. Browse the area’s ski and cross-country resorts for more information and start planning your trip today!
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