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Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Contact Info
1210 Ski Way
Incline Village, NV 89451

Snow Report:
775-831-3211
Phone:
775-832-1177
Basics
Skiable Acres:
655 acres
Vertical Drop:
1840 feet
Summit Elevation:
8,540 ft (2603 m)

Description

At Diamond Peak, you'll fall in love with our uncrowded mountain. It features stunning views of Lake Tahoe and offers a great learning environment for beginners as well as Solitude Canyon and other challenging terrain for experts. Family skiing at Lake Tahoe has never been better, families love Diamond Peak for the Child Ski Center and our money-saving Tahoe Family Ski Packages, such as the Interchangeable Parent's Pass.

Hours + Prices

Hours

Daily: 9am - 4pm
Half Day: 12:30pm

Season:
December - April

Amenities

Mountain Stats

Mountain
Skiable Acres:
655 acres
Average Snowfall:
300 Inches
Base Elevation:
6700 feet
Summit Elevation:
8,540 ft (2603 m)
Vertical Drop:
1840 feet
Lifts and Runs
Lift Capacity:
7,900 per hour
Number of Lifts:
6 Lifts
Longest Run:
13,200 feet (4023 m)
Total Runs:
30 Runs

3 Double Chairs, 3 Quad Chairs with launch pads

Additional Details?
18% Beginner
46% Intermediate
26% Advanced

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Reno:

Take U.S. Highway 395 south to Highway 431. Head west on 431 to Highway 28, Head east on 28 to Diamond Peak. The distance is approximately 24 miles

From South Lake Tahoe:

Take U.S. Highway 50 north to Highway 28. Take Highway 28 north to Diamond Peak


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