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Terrain Parks – Mt. Rose

Rider's Guide

For guests seeking up to 400 inches of annual snowfall, tree skiing, chutes, bowls, pipes, terrain parks, and everything from bunny slopes to grit your teeth and fly grades, this is an excellent ski area. Mt. Rose offers a 1,800-foot vertical drop, one of the biggest in the area.

Parks and Pipes

The mountain offers two terrain parks, including the DoubleDown and the Badlands Progression parks, located on the Slide Bowl. The features range in difficulty and include tabletops, boxes, rails, poles, and massive jumps. The mountain also offers magic moguls, dual spines, and a smaller progression park for new riders and freestyle skiers. Find DoubleDown near the Blazing Zephyr 6 lift and the Badlands near Bruce's Trail.

Out of Bounds

Snowshoeing and snow tubing are big activities in North Lake Tahoe. Ice skating, snowmobiling, snowboard competitions, ski races and other snow sports events are also hot tickets in this area. With so many resorts and villages where guests can ski, ride, shop, eat and enjoy a variety of entertainment, there's almost so much to do staying a week isn’t even nearly long enough.

Hangout & Hookup

North Lake Tahoe and Reno are known for fun and nighttime adventure. From night skiing to après ski, visitors will find something to do at almost any hour. Pubs, taverns, ski and sports bars and complete bar and grill restaurants are everywhere in the area, and there are also upscale wine bars and fine dining as well as country inn restaurants and bars. On mountain, the Winters Creek Lodge is at the base of Slide Bowl and has great food and drinks for a mid-morning or afternoon break. The Lodgepole Cafe, located in the main lodge, offers hamburgers, soups, and other great options for dining. Or check out Higher Grounds for coffee and Timbers for more of an après ski spirit.