Palisades Tahoe Sends 4 Women to SheGrooms

Participants of the SheGrooms event at the top of Mount Hood.

We sent FOUR women to the annual SheGrooms event at Mount Hood Meadows. Read about our experience which included classes, personalized instruction, and some epic skiing!

Stifel US Ski Team Trains at Palisades Tahoe

A large group of US Ski Team and FIS Western Region athletes.

Over the past 10 days, Palisades Tahoe was proud to host the Stifel US Ski Team for spring training. With the longest ski season in Lake Tahoe and one of the longest seasons nationwide, we are an ideal venue for late-season conditioning.

Spring Skiing Capital Challenge Final Voting

Vote for your favorite #SpringSkiingCapital submission!

This spring, you shared your favorite moments at Palisades Tahoe on Instagram using the hashtag, #SpringSkiingCapital. These four weekly winners have won a Go Pro HERO 12, Dakine backpack and gloves, Smith goggles, Yeti bottle, Darn Tough socks, and more!

Now, YOU decide which of these four weekly winners will take home the Grand Prize: A 2024/25 Palisades Tahoe Season Pass and a Yeti cooler! Vote for your favorite submission here.

Operations Deep Dive: Spring Grooming FAQ

Pack grooming a run in the springtime.

As temperatures warm and snowmelt intensifies, our grooming teams are hard at work maintaining our existing snowpack with the goal of getting it to last as long as possible. This time of year, we tend to get a lot of questions about *how* grooming works. Here, we’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions to give you more insight into this exciting, challenging operational time in the season:

Palisades Tahoe Athletes: March Recap

Daron Rahlves skiing Beaver Bowl at Alpine. Captured by Jeff Engerbretson.

March at Palisades Tahoe was filled with unforgettable moments, and at the forefront of it all was our official Palisades Tahoe Athlete Team. Conditions on the hill were incredible, with a nice mix of sunny days and stormy weather. Here are some highlights of the last days of deep winter:

Operations Update: End of April Expectations

A winch cat operating with a view of Tram Face at sunset.

These warm temps sure are getting us excited for summer, but ski season isn’t over yet. At Alpine, we have a little over a week left in the season, while at Palisades, we plan to keep making turns through May 27th (Memorial Day). We want to ski everything as long as possible, so we’re not calling hard closure dates for most chairlifts. When it burns out, that’s when we’ll stop skiing it. Here is our best guess for what might happen.

Operations Update: 7 Days A Week Through May 27th

Ski Patrollers on the top of the Palisades.

We’ve been enjoying these small, frequent storms throughout the last week and we hope you have, too. As we move into April, we are in full Spring Skiing Capital mode and planning for another 2 months of skiing and snowboarding. Here’s what you need to know:

2023-24 Parking Program Recap

Three women in the Alpine parking lot hanging out for apres in the sun.

Now that we’ve closed out the first year of our parking program, we wanted to provide an update on what went well, what we’ll continue to refine, and where we will still need your help. Most importantly, we want to share our heartfelt thanks for your participation and willingness to try something new. Our community has once again demonstrated that by working together, we can address challenges like traffic congestion with new ideas and make a tangible difference.

Palisades Tahoe Named #1 Ski Resort in US by Wall Street Journal

A scenic photo of Alpine Meadows with a badge from the Wall Street Journal overlaid.

In a recent accolade from the prestigious Wall Street Journal, Palisades Tahoe secured the coveted title of the best ski resort in the United States and ranked an impressive second in all of North America. This recognition is a testament to our unwavering commitment sharing the spirit of our legendary mountains with the world. We strive for excellence, offering an unparalleled skiing or snowboarding experience amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains, just a few miles down the road from Lake Tahoe itself.

Terrain Parks Update: March 29th

A terrain parks feature painted pink for B4BC in 2024.

We have some super exciting news in this week’s Terrain Park update. We’re supporting B4BC this weekend *and* we’ll be hosting a rail jam on April 19th!