- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
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Mount Rose is Lake Tahoe's closest serious skiing and riding to Reno and the Reno-Tahoe Airport. It's 25 minutes from Reno and 10 minutes from the North Shore, and daily ski shuttle service is available from many Reno properties.
Good powder skiing - and the Mt. Rose Chutes for serious skiers and riders - is thanks to Lake Tahoe's highest base area at 8,260 feet. This leads to 1,200 acres of skiing on 1,800 vertical feet.
Mt. Rose is an excellent choice for the first – or last – days of a Lake Tahoe vacation, or for those staying in Reno and enjoying nightlife in “The Biggest Little City in the World.”
From Reno: Take US-395 S toward Carson City. Exit toward Mt. Rose Hwy./NV-431 W. Keep right at the fork, following signs for NV-431/Mt. Rose/No. Lake Tahoe.
From Carson City: Take US-395 N. Turn left at Corry Canyon Way. Continue onto Joy Lake Rd. Turn left at Mt. Rose Hwy./NV-431 W.
From South Lake Tahoe/Stateline: Take US-50 E to NV-28 W. Turn right at Mt. Rose Hwy./NV-431 E.
Shuttles run from downtown Reno during the season. Reservations are recommended (775-325-8813, 866-743-7673), and available through most hotel concierge services.
22222 Mt. Rose Hwy.