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Resorts in California

Overlooking the sapphire blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique ski resorts on the planet. The resort of Heavenly stretches across two state lines – California and Nevada, offering magnificent views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Mountain Ranges. Heavenly is California’s largest ski resort with 4800 acres of terrain, the mountain is known for gentle gladed runs and is great for those progressing to blue or black runs. Kirkwood is also accessible on your Tahoe Epic Pass; we recommend a day trip especially if you’re after challenging terrain and steep chutes.

About Mammoth

Mammoth Mountain is just that – mammoth! With over 3,500 acres of epic terrain, the highest altitude of all California resorts, Mammoth Mountain is one of the biggest and best in California. 

This resort boasts one of the longest seasons in North America, typically beginning in November and ending in June/July. Add plenty of bluebird days and over 10 m of snowfall a season and it’s easy to see why Mammoth is so popular.

With state-of-the-art lifts and gondolas and a variety of runs for all skill levels, including seven terrain parks, Mammoth Mountain embodies all that you love about winter. The Village at Mammoth is the social centre of town, with plenty of shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars to keep everyone entertained off the mountain. Head there for après or for one of Mammoth’s many year-round events.

Known for:

  • Bluebird powder days
  • Nightlife
  • Terrain Parks

About Northstar

Perfect for the modern family that prefers luxury with a unique, laid-back style – Northstar California combines casual and sunshine with high-end luxury. Minutes away from Lake Tahoe high in the Sierra Nevada, Northstar is a destination for those looking to escape the mundane with an abundance of activities for every member of the family. Upscale shopping, refined dining, and Lake Tahoe’s only five-star ski-in/ski-out lodging complements world-class grooming & snowmaking. The picturesque alpine village is centered around the ice skating rink with outdoor bars, restaurants and fire pits scattered around.

Palisades Tahoe, formerly known as Squaw Valley, is located at the end of a stunning alpine valley cradled by six high Sierra peaks nestled between Truckee and Tahoe City on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Unique among American ski resorts, Palisades Tahoe offers thousands of acres of open bowl skiing rather than traditional ski trails. This resort offers powder AND sun, with over 300 days of Californian sunshine. It often dumps overnight in Tahoe and the snow continues late in the season making Palisades Tahoe a great option for spring skiing or a trip over Easter.