Empire Mine State Historic Park is the site of one of the oldest, largest, deepest, longest and richest gold mines in California.
Place Category: Ski Areas
Diamond Peak is a ski resort located in Incline Village, Nevada, to the east of Lake Tahoe. Diamond Peak has a vertical drop of 1,840 feet with a high base and summit elevation that captures plenty of snow. Diamond Peak has an average annual snowfall of around 325 inches and just about 655 acres of skiable terrain with 30 trails, open bowls and tree skiing areas.
Mountain Facts Average Snowfall 325 in. (826 cm) Top Elevation 8,540 ft (2,603 m) Base Elevation 6,700 ft (2,042 m) Vertical Rise 1,840 ft (561 m) Rideable Acres 655 Lifts 6 lifts – 1 High Speed Quad chair, 2 Quad chairs, 3 Double chairs, 1 surface tow Trails 31 Terrain Parks 1 Longest Run 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Snowmaking Coverage 492 of 655 acres Terrain 10% beginner