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Diamond Peak Ski Resort announces early opening

Getting big air at Diamond Peak's Eagle Bowl.
Provided/Diamond Peak/Ryland West

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — A cold November and successful snowmaking has allowed Diamond Peak Ski Resort to open early.

Officials announced on Sunday that the resort will open for the 2022-23 season on Saturday, Dec. 3.

The resort will be opening with top-to-bottom terrain, ski and snowboard lessons, rental equipment, and food and beverage options at the Base Lodge. Specific runs to be open for Opening Day are still to be determined. Details will be posted to Diamond Peak’s Conditions page on the website as they become available.

Diamond Peak is still hiring for several key positions including Indoor, outdoor, full-time and part-time positions with a starting wage of $20 per hour for most positions and $14 per hour for junior positions. Employees receive training, uniform, discounts and a free season pass. Positions and applications can be found on Diamond Peak’s Employment page. 

Season passes and gift cards are already available online and 2022-23 season lift tickets, rentals and group lessons are scheduled to be available to book via Diamond Peak’s online store on Dec. 1. Private lessons can be booked over the phone by calling 775-832-1177.

Diamond Peak, Village Ski Loft and Alibi are teaming up to throw an ugly sweater themed Ski Season Kickoff Party at Alibi Incline Public House (931 Tahoe Blvd, Incline Village) from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9. 

The community is invited to celebrate with unique sweaters, goofy games, karaoke, prizes and the release of Alibi’s 2022-23 Snowflake White IPA, brewed specifically for Diamond Peak’s Snowflake Lodge. Diamond Peak season pass holders and those with a Diamond Peak lift ticket for Dec. 9 will receive discounts on pints during the event. 

Details are posted at DiamondPeak.com/Events.

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