Ski Resort Homes
In addition to having one of the world’s most beautiful lakes, Tahoe is also home to 15 world-class ski resorts within a 100-mile radius with terrain and amenities for all levels and interests. Palisades Tahoe formerly Squaw Valley, host to the 1960 Winter Olympic Games, is a legendary, must-ski destination with steeps made famous by ski movies. One ridge over, sister resort Alpine Meadows—which will someday be connected to Palisades Tahoe via a gondola—offers hike-to back bowls and a throwback vibe on the same lift ticket and collective season pass, the Ikon Pass.
To the north and atop Donner Summit sits Sugar Bowl, a historical jewel that first opened in 1939 and operated California’s first chairlift and the West’s first ski gondola. Skiers and riders come to Sugar Bowl to escape the crowds, find deep powder, and enjoy the mellower pace of life.
Northstar, which is on the Epic Pass, is the family-friendly favorite that combines gentle intermediate terrain with the long, challenging runs of its steeper backside and has a lively base village offering ice skating, fireside s’mores, and high-end dining options.
Homewood ski area on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore serves up breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks and shimmering waters, affordable lift tickets, and lingering powder that can be found days after a storm. Within a short drive from North Lake Tahoe, you can also be skiing the slopes of well-loved resorts like Diamond Peak, Mt. Rose, Heavenly, and Kirkwood.
Ski Resort Homes for Sale
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