Diamond Peak Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Incline Village, NV  US
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Diamond Peak Terrain

Diamond Peak has Tahoe's fourth largest vertical of 1,840 feet. The longest run is 2.5 miles but is mainly composed of shorter exhilarating runs that sport breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe.

Check out The Glades for the most unbelievable tree skiing. You can find fresh powder days after snow storms. Indulge yourself in Solitude Canyon or jump into O'God and GS steeper terrain. The resort has two lodges. Snowflake Lodge is the smaller mid mountain lodge that has an expansive outside deck that takes offers incredible views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra.

The Base Lodge has a big deck with views of the lake and the runs so you can watch your family ski by while you are enjoying a refreshing drink. Diamond Peak offers great protection from the winds and most days are sunny and warm. We rarely close down lifts due to high winds. The 655 acres of terrrain offer wide runs, terrain parks and space for everyone. There are never any crowds so you can spend more time skiing and riding.

Diamond Peak Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 2

Go big with new and improved terrain features. Riders assume all risk. Check out the new and improved jumps, boxes, rails, hips and table tops. A mini terrain park appropriate for beginners and children will be developed this season. To get to the terrain park take Crystal Express high speed lift and turn left on the top. The park is located on Spillway. Family Friendly terrain features can be found on Popular, off the Lakeview Chairlift. Please, ride safe and respect all safety rules.

Diamond Peak Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 8,540 Ft / 2,603 M
Base 6,700 Ft / 2,042 M
Vertical 1,840 Ft / 561 M
Acres 655 Ac / 265 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 75%
Longest Run: 13,200 Ft / 4,023 M
Toughest Trail Solitude Canyon
18%
46%
36%
Trails: 30
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 4: 1
Quads: 2
Doubles: 2
Surface: 1
Season:
From 12/13/2013 to 4/15/2014
Sunday: 9-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 9-4
Mountain
Summit 8,540 Ft / 2,603 M
Base 6,700 Ft / 2,042 M
Vertical 1,840 Ft / 561 M
Acres 655 Ac / 265 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 75%
Longest Run: 13,200 Ft / 4,023 M
Toughest Trail Solitude Canyon
Terrain
18%
46%
36%
Trails: 30
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 4: 1
Quads: 2
Doubles: 2
Surface: 1
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/13/2013 to 4/15/2014
Sunday: 9-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 9-4

What's New This Season at Diamond Peak

With a 20% increase in snowmaking capacity, DiamondPeak will be able to better take advantage of optimal snowmaking temperature windows and ultimately take one step further in providing great early season conditions that will last throughout the winter. DiamondPeak proudly announces the creation of Pete’s Playground, a kids-specific terrain area in Cappy’s Corner. With rollers, bumps and other planned kid-friendly terrain features. The tree skiing off of the Crystal Ridge trail has been known to DiamondPeak locals for decades as some of the best tree skiing inTahoe.

This summer, DiamondPeak staff in conjunction with the US Forest Service, thinned areas off of Crystal Ridge between the Lightning and Diamondback trails to make the area more easily accessible. New Adult Intermediate/Advanced Lessons! With instructor to student ratio of no more than 1to4 and FREE Demo equipment, it's perfect for those skiers and riders who have hit a plateau and are looking to push past it.

Information last updated 10/23/2013.