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Fresh Snow and Steep Skiing at Lake Tahoe

Jan 31st 2011

We appreciate the beauty of pristine corduroy as much as the next person, but when the fresh snow falls (as it did over the weekend), we’re all about finding the untracked powder off the beaten path. The Ski Lake Tahoe resorts boast an amazing variety of off-the-groomer terrain, ranging from tree skiing to wide open bowls to steep chutes. Need proof of the fun-factor? Check out a taste of what we’re talking about in our latest video below.

For those craving the excitement of double black diamonds, all 7 ski resorts offer steep runs guaranteed to challenge you. Have you skied any or all of these? Let us know in the comments.

  • Alpine Meadows – Craig’s Gully (above Promised Land), Keyhole slope and Estelle   
  • Heavenly – Ramarrah’s in Killebrew Canyon
  • Kirkwood - All the way, The Wall, Saddle Chute, Cliff Chute, Hell’s Delight
  • Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe – Yellow Jacket, El Cap, Bee Hive and Hornets Nest in The Chutes
  • Northstar-at-Tahoe - Boca, Stampede and Prosser on Lookout Mountain  
  • Sierra-at-Tahoe - Chute, Castle, and Preacher’s Passion  
  • Squaw Valley USA - Jonny Moseley’s Run, Lady’s Downhill ( the Accelerator chute), the Palisades and The Eagles Nest 

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