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Terrain Parks - Diamond Peak 


Rider's Guide

The resort has more than 30 runs spread over 650 acres. There is also extensive glade and tree skiing that ranges from cruiser runs to steeps and chutes. The resort boasts nearly 2,000 feet in vertical, which is the fourth highest in the entire Lake Tahoe region. There is a great variety of terrain for all ages and ability levels.

Parks and Pipes

Year after year, the terrain park grows bigger and better. The park is filled with tons of rails and boxes, a wall ride and all kinds of kickers and table tops of varying sizes and difficulty levels. Riders and freestyle skiers have the option to go big on massive kickers or learn to slide on low flat boxes. Their features in the park are both manmade and natural and range in size so that they are perfect for all levels of riders. The terrain park is located on Spillway. The mountain also has some great, family-friendly terrain features on Penguin. The area features low flat rails and boxes. Penguin can be easily accessed from the Lakeview Chairlift.

Out of Bounds

The Lake Tahoe area is replete with activities ranging from indoor activities such as shopping, swimming, gambling, and more. Outdoor activities run the gamut from ice skating, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and sleigh rides to more adventurous endeavors such as snowcat skiing, dog sledding, heli-skiing, and more.

Hangout & Hookup

There is no shortage of places to enjoy in Lake Tahoe after the slopes have closed for the night. There is a delightful bar located slope side and the area offers everything from local haunts, pubs, lounges, casinos, and live music venues. The nightlife in Lake Tahoe is quite boisterous and draws a much younger crowd.