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Related Regions: Sierra Nevada, Nevada, United States, North America, Lake Tahoe

Elevation

  • 8540ft
    Summit
  • 1840ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 6700ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 0
  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 0
  • 3
  • 1
  • 7
    Total

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    18%

  • Intermediate Runs

    45%

  • Advanced Runs

    36%

  • Expert Runs

    0%

  • Runs

    30

  • Terrain Parks

    3

  • Longest Run

    2.5 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    655 ac

  • Snow Making

    492 ac

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Overview

Diamond Peak has a vertical drop of 1,840 feet with a high base and summit elevation that captures plenty of snow. It is located at Incline Village on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Diamond Peak has an average annual snowfall of around 325 inches and just about 655 acres of skiable terrain. You will find 30 trails, plus open bowls, and tree skiing areas.

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing12/12/201904/21/2020
  • Days Open Last Year
    100
  • Projected Days Open
    122
  • Years Open
    53
  • Average Snowfall
    300"

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Full-facility base lodge, sun decks, rentals, lessons, restaurants, child ski center, sports shop, free shuttle service, and non-denominational services at the top of Lake View Chair. Seventy-five percent snowmaking.

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Diamond Peak Reviews

JR
25th December 20185
Diamond Peak has a ton for a great price. Half the lift lines and price with great snow. Terrain for beginners and...Full review
Sayhitojer
23rd March 20185
Love coming here with my wife and kids, love comimg here with my friends, love coming by myself!Full review
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Contact Info

  • Diamond Peak

    1210 Ski Way

    89451 Incline Village

    Nevada

    United States


    Phone: (775) 832-1177

    info@diamondpeak.com

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