What's New at Tahoe Ski Resorts? Where To Get Discount Tickets, Too?
No matter what kind of skier or snowboarder one may be, we're always ready to hear what's new on the slopes at Lake Tahoe - especially during this time of the year.
With resorts opening each week, we thought you'd enjoy a locals' preview of what's new on the slopes and off for the 2018 Ski Season.
Our team at Sun Bear Realty and Vacation Rentals in Incline Village and Crystal Bay gleaned this information from one of our favorite publications: TahoeWeekly.com and encourage you to keep this link handy for everything to do and see at Lake Tahoe this year, and in years to come.
OH, be sure to ask us about our discounted lift tickets to Lake Tahoe ski resorts across North Lake Tahoe.
Some excerpts of the story in Tahoe Weekly of what you can enjoy this season follow; yet for a full story, just click to this link and then book your next ski vacation rental in Incline Village or Crystal Bay ... and we'll see you on the slopes!
Diamond Peak has announced new improvements for the upcoming ski season including a new terrain park on the Lakeview run, more perks for season pass holders, increased snowmaking productivity and a new program highlighting the resort’s history and natural beauty.
Heavenly is the only ski resort in North America to span two states. The resort allows skiers and riders to experience the absolute best of both California and Nevada terrain.
Homewood Mountain Resort offers a host of options for all levels of skiers and boarders. Wide-open beginner runs near the base area, hidden powder stashes in the trees and multiple terrain parks are just a few of the adventures waiting on this hill.
Kirkwood Magical, raw, expansive and remote, Kirkwood is the stuff of legend. With some of the deepest, driest snow around and some of the most diverse and challenging terrain, Kirkwood offers big mountain riding with small town attitude.
Mt. Rose invested more than $2 million this year in capital improvements. The resort introduces MAGIC, a modern, dual conveyor surface lift in an enclosed gallery that is designed to offer an enhanced experience for beginners and children.
Northstar Boasting 2,280 vertical feet and 3,170 acres of skiable terrain, skiers and snowboarders can begin the day at sunrise at Northstar with First Tracks this season, where mountain guides take two groups on a tour of the mountain before lifts open to the public.
Squaw Alpine Following record-breaking snowfall last season and the resort’s latest-ever closing date of July 15, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows resort has invested $4 million in snow safety tools and offering a variety of new ways to join in the fun at these popular resorts.
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For our own opinion on where to ski, snowboard and have fun at Lake Tahoe this winter, contact us at our real estate and vacation rental office in Tahoe at any time!