Map of Area Ski Resorts


Over 2,800 vertical feet of pure mountain bliss. From the steep and deep to perfectly groomed corduroy you can get your winter fix at Squaw Valley. The fun doesn't stop when the winter snow melts away. Waterfall hikes and relaxing at our High Camp pool and hot tub are just two of the things you can do in the summer.


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.


Halfway between one of North America's coolest mountain towns and one of the world's most beautiful alpine lakes, Northstar is a destination on the rise, having poured nearly a billion dollars into creating Lake Tahoe's premier luxury snowsports experience. Upscale shops, refined dining and Lake Tahoe's only five-star slopeside lodging.


Homewood Mountain Resort offers over 2,000 acres of the best skiing and snowboarding terrain in the Lake Tahoe region.


2015 Brings the addition of 9 additional Pole Cat snow-makers as well as the realignment of the Ponderosa Chair – now becoming the Wizard Lift accessing the 4 new trails of the new Enchanted Forest family zone.  These improvements continue to take Mt. Rose boldly into the future to provide one of the best winter recreation options in Lake Tahoe.


Diamond Peak continues to make improvements to its snowmaking systems to maximize snowmaking capacity and efficiency. In 2013 the resort began the process of updating its Master Plan to revisit the potential for future development and introduce summer activities. The Master Plan process is moving along and came back before the Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees in 2015.


Boreal offers Tahoe’s best value with affordable  learn to ski/ride packages and Tahoe’s best terrain parks for all ability levels. 5 parks and a half pipe.


Perched atop Donner Summit, Sugar Bowl Resort has been family owned since the beginning in 1939. While visiting Sugar Bowl much of the historic charm is still maintained within the modern resort. Touches of Austrian character and Bavarian stylings provide a glimpse into Hannes Schroll's and other founder's vision for this unique mountain.

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