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Terrain Parks - Heavenly


Rider's Guide

Heavenly has the highest summit (10,000 feet), the most vertical (3,500 feet), and the biggest ski area (4,800 feet). It also has nearly 100 named runs, more than two dozen lifts, and the distinct novelty of spanning two states. The snowboarding and freestyle skiing is impressive; delve into deep powder runs, invigorating tree runs, and thrilling backcountry with some of the most challenging terrain in the region.

Parks and Pipes

The high rollers terrain parks are a big draw for snowboarders in the area with an impressive array of natural and manmade features, both big and small. The High Roller California is a progression park  that starts easy and ends challenging. The High Roller Superpipe is the largest superpipe in the Tahoe Basin carved by a monster 30-foot Zaugg pipe cutter. The High Roller Stateline is largely an intermediate level park with plenty of mid-size features. The Low Roller is the beginner park and has plenty of small features for younger riders, as well as beginner park riders. The High Roller Nightlife is a nighttime terrain park that will often feature a live DJ.

Out of Bounds

The Lake Tahoe Area is transformed into a winter wonderland every year and offers its guests tons of fun activities throughout the season. On the mountain there is cross-country, snow tubing, snowshoeing, and Adventure Peak. In and around the area there is ice skating, snowmobiling, ice climbing, spas, pools, shopping and other great indoor activities.

Hangout & Hookup

On the Nevada side there are several hotel casinos that offer great drinks, gambling, and live entertainment. There are also plenty of bars in and around the area ranging from casual pub-style places to ritzy cocktail lounges. Whatever the taste or budget South Lake Tahoe has the optimal après ski environment.