Nevada

Great small resort
Great small resort

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Pros: good range of terrain, excellent view, less expensive

Cons: doesn't always get a lot of snow

Great home-town skiing
Great home-town skiing

Elko Sno Bowl

Pros: Fun, friendly, great ski vibe, great storytelling in the rental shack

Cons: Well, it ain't Alta by any stretch...

hidden tahoe gem
hidden tahoe gem

Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe

Pros: chutes; easy access to back side

Cons: not all that big; farthest drive from SF

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Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe

Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe

“This is a hidden gem in Tahoe - no one knows about Mt. Rose really but it is an awesome mountain. First off, two-for-Tuesdays means a $35 lift ticket.  That is the best deal you will get, anywhere short of season pass. The chutes are INSANE.  It was a 60 degree day when I was there but the chutes had perfect winter snow because they are always in the shade.  You can only do one run at a time on...” --adamfarren

100% Positive Reviews
Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

“ I'm a 18 year local and Diamond Peak is my favorite to ski. Now that I have a family, I have found this to also be the best place for my children to learn as well. the Child Ski Center rocks! I love inviting my friends here because there is one main base area and all the runs, of all levels, sift down into that one area, so we can all meet up throughout the day even if we're different level...” --dawnintahoe

100% Positive Reviews
Elko Sno Bowl

Elko Sno Bowl

“ Glad to see I'm not the only Bear who's been to SnoBowl!   If you groove on a small-town, family-friendly, laid-back vibe that's everything skiing used to be back in the day, then you'll groove on SnoBowl.  There are all kinds of little kids just learning how to turn, miners and cowboys in their jeans and rear-entry boots, guides from the local heli-ski operation doing laps on...” --mountaingirl1961

100% Positive Reviews
Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort

Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort

Enjoy the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort located just minutes from the strip. LVSSR has 1,000 vertical feet with 20% of trails for beginners, 60% for intermediate, and 20% for the expert skier or rider. At LVSSR you can also find Dark Side Parks with tabletop jumps and an assortment of rails, as well as a 500-foot intermediate half pipe. LVSSR has snowmaking with coverage of 75% of its...