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Quick Facts
Advanced Terrain: 36%
Base Elevation: 6,700 Feet (2088.5 Meters)
Beginner Terrain: 18%
Intermediate Terrain: 46%
Number of Runs: 30 plus open bowls and tree skiing areas
Skiable Acres: 655 Acres
Snowmaking Acres: 75 Percent
Summit Elevation: 8,540 Feet (2662.1 Meters)
Vertical Rise: 1,840 Feet (573.6 Meters)


General Information

Snowboarding at Diamond Peak
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Snowboarding at Diamond Peak
Description - Located on the Northeast shore of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, NV Diamond Peak is a ski resort which offers intimate atmosphere and excellent skiing and boarding all while taking in the stunning views of Lake Tahoe.

Attractions - Diamond Peak offers 6 lifts and 1,840 vertical feet of terrain to ski and ride and provides Tahoe's 4th largest vertical rise in its 655 acres of terrain. Diamond Peak's convenient location allows access to numerous shops, casinos and lodging properties. In addition the resort is known for its fantastic family friendly ski schools. The terrain and quality instruction earn Diamond Peak the right to be one of Tahoe's best learning destinations. For those who are looking for an affordable resort Diamond Peak offers numerous package deals and discounted lift tickets as well. It is recommended to go to their web site for the latest news at www.diamondpeak.com

Recreation - Diamond Peak offers 655 acres of skiing and snowboarding terrain. Also located near by is the Incline Village Recreation Center which offers an indoor pool, cardio equipment, basketball courts to list a few.

Climate - Changeable weather conditions are common. Winter storms may occur in any month of the year but are more likely October- April. Sunny skies are common in the summer however may cloud over quickly with thundershowers.

Location - Diamond Peak Ski Resort is located on Lake Tahoe's Northeast shore within Incline Village. and accessible from the Bay Area by a 3.5 hour drive via I-80 to Hwy 267 South and then by Hwy 28 East to Incline Village.

From Reno drive up HWY 431 to a left on Country Club Rd. Continue South on Country Club to Ski Way and Take a left. Follow Ski Way to the resort.

From Sacramento travel east on Interstate 80 Truckee and take Hwy 267 south into Kings Beach. Take Hwy 28 East to Incline Village and turn left at Country Club Rd. Take your immediate right on Ski Way and follow to the resort.

Seasonal Information:
Winter Season: Mid-December through Mid-April.


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Downhill Skiing 655 acres of terrain
Yes
ICON Snowboarding 655 acres of terrain
Yes


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Contact Information:
Diamond Peak Ski Resort, 1210 Ski Way , Incline Village, NV, 89451, Phone: 775-832-1177
, info@diamondpeak.com

Additional Information:
California Ski Resorts - The State of California is home to spectacular mountains and world famous skiing and snowboarding.
Lake Tahoe Region Ski Resorts - Located in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe's beautiful, sapphire-blue waters straddle the California-Nevada state line. The Lake Tahoe region offers more places to ski and snowboard than any other destination in North America.

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