Our biggest weekend of the season has come to a close: The 2024 Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup is in the books. It was another weekend to remember: emotional, exciting, and exhausting for those of us who worked long hours to make it happen. Unlike the 2023 Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, when we received 146 inches of snow in one week and it took true miracle work to pull it off, this year we had sunny, beautiful skies and decently warm temperatures for February.
Tahoe locals and frequent visitors alike know that the month of March is the “sweet spot” for some of the best skiing and riding you’ll get all season, every season. At this point in the year, we have solid snowpack and our highest percentage of open terrain. This means that there’s space to spread out and plenty of different trails to choose from.
Spring season is upon us! While many people associate the Golden State with sunny skies and beaches, California also has some of the country’s most ripping terrain when it comes to skiing & snowboarding. The best way to hit as much of it as you can is with an Ikon Pass, which will soon be on sale for the 24-25 season. Another Ikon Pass bonus? Get free spring skiing access in 2024 at all California destinations.
Valentine’s Day is almost here. Ladies, this means it’s time to grab your besties and head to Palisades Tahoe for the ultimate Galentine’s Day celebration. On Wednesday, February 14th, we hope we see you out on the slopes!
The Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, a stop on the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Tour, will be at Palisades Tahoe from February 24th to February 26th. This is also Presidents Weekend and the tail end of local Ski Skate Week, so expect this to be a busy but exciting time. To help you prepare for a weekend like this and have a seamless visit, we’ve compiled this guide for how to visit Palisades Tahoe on the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup weekend. By following the tips in this blog, you’ll have an easier time, and you’ll also make it easier on others who want to watch the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup and go skiing, too.
One of the best ways to see the Lake Tahoe region and the surrounding mountains is from one of our three enclosed lifts. Palisades Tahoe has the unique position of having a Gondola, an Aerial Tram, and a Funitel, and you can ride all three of them when you visit us. Our Sightseeing Package gives you all-day unlimited access to ride these three lifts as much as you want. If you’re not in the mood to ski or snowboard, or you’re looking for a different perspective on how to enjoy Palisades Tahoe, we’ve got the perfect itinerary crafted for you:
If you want to make the most our of your day at Palisades Tahoe, then you need to look no further than the Palisades Tahoe app. It’s the best way to stay in the know, keep track of friends, and earn rewards while skiing or riding!
The holiday season is in full swing. Our events and activities schedule is jam-packed over the next few days. You won’t want to miss out on these fun and spirited occasions! While this tends to be one of our busiest times of the year, the forecast is shaping up to be very dynamic. We are expecting an influx of weather that is a wintry mix (meaning rain and snow) which could impact our operations at times. That said, we still have LOTS going on, plenty of indoor events, cozy spots to warm up, and more.
Palisades Tahoe Raves Up the Mountains Last Friday and Saturday, Palisades Tahoe hosted Tahoe Live, an unforgettable launch party to kick off the 2023-2024 season. Even …