When it comes to most things, more is better. More snow, more days on the slopes, more vacation time, more skis/snowboards in the quiver, more fun. So it should come as no surprise that we’re excited to announce that Ski Lake Tahoe has added more (specifically two) ski resorts as associate members – Sugar Bowl on the North Shore and Homewood Mountain Resort on the West Shore.
At Sugar Bowl, four majestic peaks offer endless options, including a backcountry adventure center and three progressive terrain parks. If that’s not enough, Sugar Bowl also operates neighboring Royal Gorge Cross Country, North America’s largest XC resort, boasting 200km of groomed trails across 6,000 acres of scenic terrain.
Homewood, located steps from Lake Tahoe’s shore, spans more than 1260 acres, serving up everything from groomed boulevards to hidden powder stashes, along with jaw-dropping views of the lake. It also offers lakefront ski and lodging packages at its West Shore Café and Inn. Learn more about both ski resorts here.
What does this mean for you? Well, for starters, more of everything! Ski Lake Tahoe now boasts 9 resorts in two states, along with a total of 22,060 skiable acres, which means more skiing and riding opportunities. So if you’re planning a Tahoe ski or snowboard vacation, you’ll probably want to start training now, just to make sure your legs can handle all this more.
You can’t say you weren’t warned.