Lake Tahoe Skiing
Story from Bill Cottrill, General Manager at Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
My Tahoe is Skiing.
My favorite places to ski are Kirkwood Resort Carson Pass (off-piste) and Sierra At Tahoe. Kirkwood seems to get the most snow and has the most consistently steep terrain. It has great terrain for all levels of skiers and riders, but the expert terrain is where Kirkwood really shines. When there is fresh snow, take Chair 6 (aka Cornice Express) and traverse out to the Sentinel bowl and beyond. Go skier’s left across the flat area following the Sentinel sign to the traverse and find as much fresh powder skiing as your legs and determination can handle!
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Closest Skiing and Snowboarding Resorts to Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel:
Walk out the front door, turn left, and jump on the high-speed Gondola!
Go out to Hwy 50 in front of the hotel, turn left and head up Echo Summit for about 11 miles. On your left, right below the top of the summit. Approximate driving time: 20 minutes.
Go out to Hwy 50 in front of the hotel, turn left. Turn left onto Hwy 89 before you head up Echo Summit. At the end of Hwy 89, turn right onto Hwy 88 for approximately 14 miles. Follow signs on your left to Kirkwood Mountain Resort. Approximate driving time: 40 minutes.
Stay minutes from some of the best skiing and snowboarding areas that Lake Tahoe has to offer!