Located in Incline Village, Nevada, to the east of Lake Tahoe, Diamond Peak features ski trails for all ability levels, open bowls and tree skiing areas.
Place Category: Ski Areas
Since its inception in 1946, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort has grown into its role as one of Lake Tahoe’s largest resort areas. Sierra-at-Tahoe features 14 chairlifts that access 2000 acres of skiable terrain and 2,212 feet of vertical. The resort also provides 5 backcountry access gates into Huckleberry Canyon. The resort includes 8 food outlets, 6 bars, ski & snowboard group and private lessons as well as a telemark and backcountry center. The South Shore of Lake Tahoe also provides plentiful lodging options for guests.
Mountain Facts Average Snowfall 400 in (1,016 cm) Top Elevation 8,852 ft (2,698 m) Base Elevation 6640 ft (2,024 m) Vertical Rise 2,212 ft (674 m) Rideable Acres 2,000 Lifts 14 lifts – 3 Express Quad Chair Lifts, 5 Double Chair Lifts, 1 Triple Chair Lift, 5 Surface Lifts Trails 46 Terrain Parks 6 Longest Run 2.5 miles (4 km) (Sugar n’ Spice) Snowmaking Coverage 200 of 2000 acres Terrain 25% beginner