Map of Ski resorts in Tahoe

Skiing and Boarding in Reno and Lake Tahoe

Nestled amongst the pines and located along Lake Tahoe's longest stretch of sandy beaches, Historic Camp Richardson Resort is Lake Tahoe's #1 Year Round Recreation Resort. Situated on Lake Tahoe's southwest shore, Camp Richardson is a short drive from several world class ski resorts and the Stateline casinos.
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Nestled in the trees above Lake Tahoe, Granlibakken offers a peaceful and serene setting for your corporate meeting, wedding, vacation or special event. And now, Granlibakken offers such incredibly low prices that you can, in good conscience, get away from it all. The comfort of Granlibakken is unequaled, offering a variety of Lake Tahoe lodging and accommodations to suit the romantic...
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Few ski resorts match Heavenly's scenic beauty and expansive network of lifts, terrain, trails, and snowmaking. Located on the south shore of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is the region's largest mountain resort, featuring the highest elevation and longest vertical drop.

Homewood Mountain Resort, founded in 1961, is one of Californias first winter recreation resorts. Winner of the 2013 National Ski Areas Association Golden Eagle award and the 2013 California Governors Environmental and Economic Leadership Award for environmental stewardship, Homewood continues to offer premier winter skiing and snowboarding with a focus on guest service and unique vacation...
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Nowhere in the central Sierra can you find as perfect a mountain experience as you can at Sorensens. The resort, situated in a picturesque alpine valley ringed by aspens and stunning peaks, offers almost endless possibilities year-round. And of course, Lake Tahoe and all its attractions are only 20 minutes away. Sorensens Resort offers an array of special workshops and activities throughout...
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With a base elevation of 7, 800 feet, Kirkwood is the highest starting point of any major resort in Lake Tahoe. Locals and fans say Kirkwood catches the best snowstorms streaming in to the Sierra. There are 2, 300 acres for skiing and riding, 65 trails, two high speed quads and top to bottom snowmaking on four runs.
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Since its inception in 1946, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort has grown into its role as one of Lake Tahoe's largest resort areas. Ten chairlifts, including three express quads, serve its 2, 000 skiable acres.

A partnership with Burton Snowboards led to introduction of the Progression Park, an easygoing park experience for beginners. Chairlift rides available for non-skiers.

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