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Heavenly Mountain Resort

Contact Info
Corner of Wildwood and Saddle
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Phone:
775-586-7000
Snow Report:
775-588-5517
Basics
Skiable Acres:
4,800 acres
Vertical Drop:
3500 feet
Summit Elevation:
10,067 Feet
Price:
$29 - $62

Description

Heavenly Ski Resort is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range at Monument Peak, straddling the state line between California and Nevada.

Overlooking the south shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is a ski resort like no other in the world. Few ski resorts match Heavenly's superior scenic beauty and expansive network of lifts, terrain, trails and snowmaking.

This is also one of North America's largest ski areas with 4,800 acres of terrain. Skiers ski for miles, surrounded by the towering peaks of the Sierra while overlooking Lake Tahoe, the high deserts of Nevada and the ranch lands of the Carson Valley.

Heavenly has the longest vertical drop in the Tahoe Basin with a mountain descent more than five miles long. From long intermediate cruisers to the chutes of Mott Canyon to the gentle slopes of the beginner areas, Heavenly has variety for skiers of all abilities.

Hours + Prices

Hours

Weekdays: 9am - 4pm
Weekends: 8:30am - 4pm
Half Day: 12:30pm

Price:
$29 - $62
Season:
November - May

Amenities

Mountain Stats

Mountain
Skiable Acres:
4,800 acres
Average Snowfall:
360 inches
Terrain:
Easiest: 20%, More Difficult: 45%, Most Difficult: 35%
Base Elevation:
6540 feet
Summit Elevation:
10,067 Feet
Vertical Drop:
3500 feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
30 Lifts
Total Runs:
95 Runs

4 Magic Carpets, 6 Surface Lifts, 3 Double Chairs, 5 Triple Chairs, 7 High-speed Quads, 2 High-speed Six Passenger, 1 Eight-passenger Gondola, 1 Aerial Tram

Additional Details?

Heavenly's lift tickets come in adult (19 - 64), teen (13 - 18), child (5 - 12), and senior (65 +). Kids under five ski or ride for free!

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Sacramento, follow U.S. Highway 50 East to junction of U.S. Highway 89 North. Continue on Highway 50, making right hand turn, following the bend in the road. Drive approximately 5 miles to Ski Run Blvd. Turn right and follow the signs to Heavenly! Heavenly is approximately 91 miles from Sacramento.

From Reno, take U.S. Highway 395 south to U.S. Highway 50. Take U.S. 50 west, then south to Heavenly Ski Resort. Heavenly is approximately 68 miles from Reno.

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