Mt. Rose |

Mt. Rose

At Tahoe’s highest base elevation of 8,260 feet, Mt. Rose is favored with an abundance of powder snow that falls early in the season and stays late into the warmest spring days. For the last five years, Mt. Rose has averaged 500 inches of snow.

Skiers and snowboarders will enjoy spectacular views of Lake Tahoe on one side of the mountain, and the Nevada Desert on the east side as they traverse almost 1,000 skiable acres of tree-lined trails and open bowls and glades.

The base elevation is 8,260 feet and the summit is 9,700 feet making for a vertical drop of 1,500 feet. Five lifts transport skiers and boarders to 43 runs covering 1,000 skiable acres on two sides of the mountain. The varied terrain is rated 30% beginner, 35% intermediate and 35% advanced. The longest run is 2.5 miles.

The Mt. Rose side of the mountain offers grand views of Lake Tahoe, uncrowded runs for beginners, trails and trees for intermediates and challenging face runs for experts.

The East Bowl is for intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders, offering long runs, great glades, awesome views of the Washoe Valley and some of the best powder conditions around Tahoe.

22222 Mt. Rose Hwy

Reno, NV 89511

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