A complete list of the downhill ski areas in the Lake Tahoe area.
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There is an energy at Alpine Meadows resort; a heartbeat. This mountain mesmerizes us with perfect powder which lingers days after a storm; grants moments of clarity on quiet traverses through snow covered pine trees; and converts visitors to locals with seven open bowls, gentle, top-to-bottom cruisers, and forested glades. Alpine Meadows mountain resort allows its visitors to feel unabashed joy harbored in every soul’s inner child.
Squaw Valley USA
The site of the 1960 winter Olympics, Squaw Valley provides a world class Tahoe downhill ski experience including ice skating rink, village, apres ski options, and more.
Homewood Ski Area
Groomed boulevards to our trademark hidden powder stashes, we have it all. And with Ellis Peak sheltering our entire mountain from the high ridge winds, the term "wind hold" hasn't been used at Homewood in years.
At Diamond Peak Ski Resort in Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, you'll fall in love with our uncrowded mountain. It features stunning views of Lake Tahoe and offers a great learning environment for beginners as well as Solitude Canyon and other challenging terrain for experts.
Positioned high atop the Sierras, beginning at 8260', Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe has the highest base elevation of all the Lake Tahoe ski resorts.
Located outside of Truckee and home to the first chairlift in California and the first gondola in the nation, Sugar Bowl emits a classic ski atmosphere with all the modern amenities of today's resorts.
Lake Tahoe Snow Report
A complete list of snow conditions at the various downhill resorts in the Lake Tahoe area.