Ski Resorts in the Lake Tahoe Region

The Lake Tahoe Region is the destination of choice for Northern California skiers and snowboarders. From Olympic host Squaw Valley to Heavenly’s picturesque views, Lake Tahoe extensive skiable terrain spreads across both sides of the California-Nevada border. Find information about top ski resorts at Lake Tahoe here.

Destinations in the Lake Tahoe

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Olympic Valley, CA

  • Vertical Drop 2,850 ft
  • Skiable Area 6,200 ac
  • Average Snowfall 450 in

Heavenly Mountain

South Lake Tahoe, CA

  • Vertical Drop 3,500 ft
  • Skiable Area 4,800 ac
  • Average Snowfall 360 in

Northstar California

Truckee, CA

  • Vertical Drop 2,280 ft
  • Skiable Area 3,170 ac
  • Average Snowfall 350 in

Sierra-at-Tahoe

Twin Bridges, CA

  • Vertical Drop 2,212 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,000 ac
  • Average Snowfall 480 in

Kirkwood

Kirkwood, CA

  • Vertical Drop 2,000 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,300 ac
  • Average Snowfall 600 in

Sugar Bowl

Norden, CA

  • Vertical Drop 1,500 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,650 ac
  • Average Snowfall 500 in

Homewood

Homewood, CA

  • Vertical Drop 1,650 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,260 ac
  • Average Snowfall 450 in

Boreal Mountain

Soda Springs, CA

  • Vertical Drop 500 ft
  • Skiable Area 380 ac
  • Average Snowfall 400 in

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