An Introduction to Mount Rose Ski Tahoe
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Just 25 minutes from Reno, Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe’s convenient location, outstanding terrain, easy going attitude and friendly staff have made it a locals’, as well as visitors’ favorite since 1964.
When you visit Mt. Rose, you’ll quickly realize it’s all about the skiing and riding. You’re on the slopes just steps from your car, and for those in need of lessons, rental equipment or a quick bite to eat, you’ll find it easy to come by in the resort’s Main Lodge.
Altitude is everything, and with Lake Tahoe’s highest base elevation at 8,260 feet, Mt. Rose is known for its ability to offer supreme snow conditions all season long. That fact, coupled with 1,200 acres and 1,800 vertical feet of terrain suitable to every level of skier and snowboarder make this resort a ski destination not to be missed.
Advanced skiers and snowboarders will not be disappointed when they visit Rose as the legendary Chutes offer 1,500 vertical feet of some of the most coveted advanced terrain in the region. This terrain also offers some of the longest continuous vertical in North America. These 40 to 55 degree runs, are sure to make the thighs of even the most fit athlete burn.
The perfect choice for the first and last day of your Lake Tahoe vacation, or the ideal option for a quick weekend getaway, experience some of the Sierra’s best snow and take advantage of Tahoe’s best value and most convenient skiing and riding.
Significant investments in on-mountain improvements including the expansion of the beginner learning area, new snowmaking, and renovations to the Kids Lesson registration area, Timbers Lodge and Main Lodge basket and ski check demonstrate Mt. Rose’s continued focus on enhancing the guest experience and making it easier than ever for skiers and riders to have an incredible time on the mountain.
Named one of the “10 Hippest Ski Areas You Rarely Hear About” by MSN.com and one of the “10 Best Areas You’ve Never Skied” by SKI Magazine, isn’t it about time you made plans to experience Mt. Rose for yourself?[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]