Ski Areas in Nevada
The only ski resort in northeast Nevada, this private, non-profit developing resort is maintained and staffed by volunteers. Amenities include a 650-foot vertical drop and 100-acres of open bowl skiing for all levels and age groups. Two tow ropes and a new ski lift are available for the enjoyment of downhill and cross-country skiing, sledding and snow tubing. There is also a snack shack on-site serving refreshments.
In January, 1998, the Snobowl took a big step towards becoming a quality…
Nestled in the Spring Mountain Range just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip is Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort.
LVSSR is based at an 8,500 ft. elevation with snowmaking facilities covering more than 50 percent of the runs, ensuring quality snow conditions.
LVSSR offers 1,000 vertical feet with a terrain breakdown of 20 percent beginner, 60 percent intermediate and 20 percent expert.
Open every day of the week from late November to April.
Located on the Northeast shore of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Diamond Peak offers excellent skiing and snowboarding while taking in the stunning views of Lake Tahoe from nearly every turn.
Diamond Peak Ski Resort offers 1840 vertical feet of terrain with snowmaking on 75% of their terrain. The resort is truly a place where you won't get lost in a crowd. With few lift lines you can enjoy miles of freshly groomed runs along with their fantastic tree and glade skiing and riding with little…
Mt Rose offers Tahoe's highest base skiing & snowboarding, ideally located on the summit between Reno & Lake Tahoe, ensuring the most supreme snow conditions even on the sunniest spring days. Combine that with the pure ease of getting on the slopes at Mt Rose and you’ve got the perfect snow day.
In less than 10 minutes, you can go from the parking lot to the summit via the dueling six guns; two high speed detachable, 6 passenger, base to summit lifts. Awaiting you at the top are over 1200…