Winter 2016 has only just begun yet it’s looking to be the best ski season we’ve had in a long time! November and December brought us storms with lots of snow and many of the ski resorts were able to open early compared to years past. And the snow just keeps on coming! The first few weeks of January call for storms on and off and we couldn’t be happier. Tahoe is a huge ski and snowboard destination and many people invest in season passes so they can enjoy the slopes whenever they want. But what if you can only come up for one weekend? Or what if you want to try each of the resorts here in Tahoe? Then a lift ticket is probably all that you’ll need. You can buy them when you arrive at the resorts, but below we’ve also listed a few places where you can get discounted lift tickets.
- Ski Lake Tahoe – Includes links to the ski resorts where if you buy tickets online you save money. Their site also includes deals & packages, weather conditions, and other helpful links for helping you plan your trip to Tahoe.
- Liftopia – Liftopia lists as many deals as they can find online for each ski resort. You can also search other activities to see what kind of deals they have as well – including snowmobiling, tubing, ice skating, etc.
- Snowpals – Updates you with new discount codes, specialty events, chances to win free tickets, etc. as they become available. The site also includes links to rentals and ski leases.
- Tahoe Lift Tickets – For each resort this site lists all current deals or discounts. Tahoe Lift Tickets also has links to restaurants, bars and casinos.
- On the Snow – So this site does not have discounted lift tickets BUT it is a very cool website regarding everything regarding skiing/snowboarding in Tahoe.
And here is where you can check out the terrain reports for each resort around the Lake Tahoe area. Start planning your ski day now and enjoy the snow!
- Sierra at Tahoe
- Heavenly Mountain Resort
- Kirkwood Mountain Resort
- Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows
- Homewood Mountain Resort
- Diamond Peak Ski Resort