Heavenly
Lake Tahoe

Heavenly Ski Resort

Heavenly Ski Trail Map

  • Soda Springs
  • Boreal Ski Area
  • Diamond Peak
  • Donner Ski Ranch
  • Granlibakken Ski Resort
  • Sugar Bowl Ski Resort
  • Homewood Mountain Resort
  • Tahoe Donner Downhill

Heavenly Ski Resort Review

The Lake Tahoe Ski Resort is actually 15 ski areas, set in 27,000 acres of ski terrain with 200 lifts and more than 1000 trails. Heavenly, with the highest slopes at over 3000m, is the destination resort that most people link with Lake Tahoe, with Squaw a close second.

Although Heavenly is high it takes no chances with snow cover and claims the largest snow-making system on the West Coast. With more than 85 trails Heavenly is famous for exhilarating cruising and glorious lake views. For real off-piste challenges, skiers and boarders should head for Killebrew Canyon and Mott Conyon, where double black diamond chutes and bowls offer excellent powder skiing. Mogul-lovers will want to test their legs on gunbarrel.

The most popular airline gateway for Tahoe is Reno, Nevada. From Reno, driving time is about 1 hour to Tahoe City (at the north end of Lake Tahoe) and 1.5 hours to the towns of South Lake Tahoe, California and Stateline, Nevada.

Heavenly Ski Resort In Brief

  • Number of Lifts: 29
  • Number of Ski Trails: 97
  • Type of Ski Terrain: Beginner - 20%. Intermediate - 45%. Advanced - 35%
  • Number of Skiable Acres: - 4,800
  • Terrain Parks: 4
  • Website: www.skiheavenly.com Tel: 1.800.HEAVENLY