Lake Tahoe during Winter

Lake Tahoe during Winter

You may already know it but just to be sure, Lake Tahoe is known to have an average precipitation of fifty-five inches every year. There is no shortage of snow come November in this area and that hold true until April. If you’re too late for summer, it can still be a win-win situation. Lake Tahoe is famous for its ski resorts. In fact, the area is regarded as the largest concentration of ski area in North America. Forget about sand and embrace the snow. We guarantee you that you will have the time of your life in this so-called winter wonderland.

Have your fill of skiing, snow tubing, snowmobile riding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing in our top three ski areas:

Alpine Meadows Ski Resort offers ski and snowboard lessons for children and adults and private lessons for expert skiing. The ski resort also has high-performance demonstrative equipment program, on mountain host program, and adaptive snowsports instruction.

Diamond Peek, which is formerly known as Ski Incline, opened in 1966. With almost 40 years of operation, they have turned the place into a skier’s fantasy. Additional trails are added, most of which are for expert skiers. This is where the name Diamond Peak was derived since black diamond is the symbol for expert ski trails.

Heavenly Ski Resort is truly heavenly with a one-of-a-kind view of the Lake Tahoe and a summit elevation of above 10, 000 feet. It is one of North America’s biggest ski areas.