Palisades Tahoe, site of the Winter Olympic Games in 1960, is a legendary vacation destination plunked down squarely at the end of a gorgeous Sierra valley. The resort’s terrain may seem endless to those trying to conquer it.
The progressive terrain at Palisades Tahoe makes it perfect for any level or skier or rider, and with more than 170 trails and 16 bowls to explore, there is no shortage of options. With 29 lifts, including North America’s only Funitel and an aerial Cable Car, you can access six peaks, 4,000 acres and 2,850 vertical feet of terrain.
The Village was built with the inviting ambiance of a European-style mountain village and features shopping, dining and a spa, as well as conveniently located guest services.
In order to mitigate traffic during peak times, parking reservations are required at Palisades Tahoe on Saturdays, Sundays and select holidays. Learn more and reserve your parking spot today.
Palisades Tahoe provides ADA accessibility, services and locations at both Olympic Valley and Alpine Meadows. The resort allows the use of adaptive devices or other manually-powered mobility aids designed for the slopes. Service animals are allowed into all areas of facility where customers are normally allowed. Please call 1-800-403-0206 in advance for special accommodations.
Palisades Tahoe is a proud partner and host of Achieve Tahoe. Achieve Tahoe provides instruction and can arrange use of such devices when requested in advance.
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