Know Before You Go
After a year filled with uncertainty and COVID-related restrictions, Diamond Peak Ski Resort is looking forward to welcoming skiers and snowboarders back to the wide open spaces the mountains provide. Diamond Peak plans to operate as close to normal as possible, with several new protocols and safety measures in place to ensure the health and safety of our guests and community. Remember, “Don’t be the reason to lose the season.”
For the most up to date COVID-19 restrictions and upcoming news for the 2020-2021 season, please check directly with the mountain resort you plan to visit.
- Face coverings are required for all staff and guests throughout our operations.
- Modified operations are in place to allow for physical distancing throughout the resort.
- Guests will be asked to stay home should they present any symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness.
- Diamond Peak is implementing cashless transactions throughout our resort operations including parking, ticketing and food & beverage outlets.
- Diamond Peak’s operational plan includes capping daily skier visits to ensure we are able to offer guests a safe and enjoyable experience on the mountains. We anticipate this limit will only come into effect on our busiest peak and weekend dates throughout the winter.
Community-owned, fiercely independent and community-driven – those are the key differentiating factors that make Diamond Peak distinct in the crowded Lake Tahoe ski resort scene. “Small but mighty” would be another apt description, because with 1,840 vertical feet of skiable terrain packed into 655 acres just a mile from Lake Tahoe, Diamond Peak offers the 4th most skiable vertical in the Tahoe Basin (according to the independent website mountainvertical.com). Add in panoramic Tahoe views from nearly every run on the mountain, incredible glades for tree skiing/riding, and Tahoe’s best-maintained and most progressive terrain park (The Village), and it’s no wonder locals know Diamond Peak to be Tahoe’s “hidden gem.”
Diamond Peak is located above Incline Village, Nevada, on the north shore of Lake Tahoe – just up the hill from the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, renowned restaurants and brewpubs, and a huge range of outdoor activities. The Tahoe area offers the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America, from world-famous names to hidden gems like Diamond Peak – a community-owned resort known for having Tahoe’s best view, Tahoe’s best value, and a friendly atmosphere that skiers and riders looking to avoid the big corporate resorts love.
Guided After-Hours Snowshoe Hikes & Specialty Ski and Snowboard Clinics
Join guides from the Incline Village Parks & Recreation Department for Moonlight Snowshoe Hikes to Diamond Peak’s Snowflake Lodge. The snowshoe hikes offer non-skiers the chance to enjoy the slopes of Diamond Peak in wintertime and encourage exercising in a social setting. The 1.5-mile (3 miles round trip) hikes includes guides, exclusive after-hours access to Diamond Peak and Snowflake Lodge, s’mores and hot cocoa.
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