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.
This spring from April 10th to May 28th, you shared your favorite Palisades Tahoe photos and videos with us on Instagram and Twitter using #springskiingcapital. For 6 weeks, one winner got prizes such as a GoPro HERO11 Black, Dakine Mittens, a YETI cup, Darn Tough socks, and a Palisades Tahoe beanie. The 6 weekly winners are now entered to win the Grand Prize: a 2023/24 Ikon Base Pass, YETI cooler, and Dakine backpack. Vote for your favorite!
Get ready for Memorial Day Weekend at Palisades Tahoe May 27- 29. Celebrate on both sides of the mountain with the Made in Tahoe Festival in The Village at Palisades Tahoe and the Chalet Closing Weekend Party at Alpine. There’s plenty of excitement, live music and more to discover. This will be the last weekend of skiing on the Palisades side, but we’ll be skiing and riding through July 4 at Alpine. Prepare for California sunshine, temperatures in the 60s, cool alpine evenings, and possible rain showers. Here’s your guide to a great holiday weekend.
So, you’ve made it to Lake Tahoe—arguably the most Instagram-worthy spot in Northern California. We’ll let you be the judge of that! Beyond the insanely beautiful blue water and the stunning shoreline, there’s something else that’ll take your breath away—Palisades Tahoe’s majestic granite peaks. Welcome to our little slice of high alpine paradise! Whether you’re here for an epic ski vacation with your hardcore shredder friends, a family getaway where even the youngest member is hitting the slopes, or simply to soak up the après-ski vibes and that fresh mountain air, we’ve got you covered. We’ve handpicked the absolute best spots for you to snap some killer pics. Because, honestly, if you don’t share your ski trip on Instagram, did it even really happen?
With endless sunshine, soft snow, and apres all day, Palisades Tahoe has proved itself time in time again to be the Spring Skiing Capital. Nothing compares to Spring in the Sierra, but what should you expect? We are here to help.
While skiing and riding are our favorite activities in spring, the longer (and warmer) days allow us to enjoy other activities after making some turns. Luckily for us, we are situated in one of the most outdoor-oriented communities around Lake Tahoe, and that means you can ski AND do other activities all in one day! These are our favorite pastimes we recommend you squeeze in before or after hitting the slopes:
From March 31st to April 2nd, WinterWonderGrass returns to the valley for three days of bluegrass and beer. In addition to the ticketed festival, there are also some free shows around the mountain. We’ve compiled everything you need to know to help you travel safely and responsibly, from parking to transportation. We hope you have a great time!
With more than two feet of snow since last week, the Spring Skiing Capital is living up to its reputation.If you missed out on all the excitement of Cushing Crossing, the Golden Egg Hunt, and the Spring Tracks Concert last weekend, you’re in luck! The fun continues in The Village at Palisades Tahoe on Saturday, April 23rd. Spring Tracks returns to the KT Deck, this time with DJ Paul Oakenfold, and the annual Tahoe Truckee Earth Day is back after a long hiatus.