Reno Tahoe is a high desert area nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains, meaning the temperatures in the winter months average between 25 and 45 degrees with a high chance of rain or snow. The Lake Tahoe area is at a higher elevation, so temperatures tend to be even cooler.
With more than 250 sunny days per year in the Reno Tahoe area make for the perfect snowy day out, just make sure you dress in layers when you head out for some winter activities!
Before you plan your Lake Tahoe skiing trip, learn more about the health and safety protocols in place at ski resorts this season. Plan your travel and check current road conditions at Nevada DOT and Caltrans. Area ski resorts may experience delayed openings or temporary closures due to winter conditions so make sure to check the status of your favorite resort before you head up the mountain.Updated November 9, 2022
|Resort||New Snow (24-hour)||Base Depth (average)||Season Totals|
|Boreal Mountain Resort||12"||16"||40"|
|Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe||6-9"||9-15"||19-33"|
|Diamond Peak Ski Resort (Closed for season)||3"||--||7"|
|Sugar Bowl Resort||13"||12"||45-48"|
|Homewood Mountain Resort (Closed for season)||18-36"||4-6"||31-60"|
Be one of the first to experience that fresh powder! Check this page for current Lake Tahoe snow report including snow levels and weather conditions for Lake Tahoe ski resorts.
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