Located high in the Sierra Mountains of California and Nevada, Tahoe is truly a paradise for anyone who loves outdoor activities, and during the winter there are snow sports to enjoy at every turn. With over 16 ski areas – one of the largest concentrations of ski resorts in the world – Tahoe is renowned for its incredible variety of both downhill skiing and cross-country skiing options. From small, family-friendly ski areas to large world-class resorts; there are options for any level of skier, snowboarder or cross-country enthusiast.
Tahoe has designated itself as a leading winter destination in the world and is alive with ski history. Donner Summit’s Sugar Bowl was one of the first California ski resorts. The 1960 Winter Olympics put Squaw Valley on the map. Heavenly Ski Area rode the wave of 70′s freestyle. And Northstar enters the new millennium poised as the freeride Mecca. Tons of terrain, abundant events, and various winter recreation options beckon visitors from around the world.
Click on the links below to learn more about each of the Tahoe Ski areas.
Alpine Meadows Ski Resort | N. Lake Tahoe
Boreal Ski Resort | N. Lake Tahoe
Diamond Peak Ski Resort | N. Lake Tahoe
Donner Ski Ranch | Donner Summit
Granlibakken | N. Lake Tahoe
Heavenly Ski Resort | S. Lake Tahoe
Homewood Ski Resort | West Shore
Kirkwood Ski Resort | S. Lake Tahoe
Mt. Rose Ski Resort | N. Lake Tahoe
Northstar Ski Resort | Truckee
Royal Gorge | Donner Summit
Sierra at Tahoe | S. Lake Tahoe
Soda Springs Ski Resort | Donner Summit
Spooner Lake | East Shore
Squaw Valley Ski Resort | N. Lake Tahoe
Sugar Bowl Ski Resort | Donner Summit
Tahoe Donner | Truckee
Tahoe Cross Country | N. Lake Tahoe