Only an hour's drive away from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, is the outstanding Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. Located at Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this resort attracts a huge amount of visitors as they are able to take advantage of the 100 kilometres of slopes and 50 kilometres of ski routes between the picturesque alpine meadows.
The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 2,083 and 2,632 metres and really does provide something for all abilities, from novice skiers to those who are confident in this winter sport. The high altitude gives the resort slightly longer snow seasons, meaning the slopes benefit from an abundance of snow that is excellent quality for skiing on. Beginners are welcomed on the 25 kilometres of blue runs, and for the more advanced there are 40 kilometres of red slopes and 35 kilometres of black slopes.
On the whole, this resort attracts a diverse customer base for those wanting to ski, relax or go on an adventure. For those who want to relax the resort has a ‘High Camp Pool and Hot Tub’ surrounded by the beauty of the Sierra Nevada with views of Lake Tahoe. Residents who would rather take part in something more active than the pool, but less exhilarating than skiing can try one of the many activities including climbing on the 30’ indoor wall or 45’ outdoor wall all lead by trained instructors, have a hand at a round of golf, or even go roller skating.
At the end of the day why not relax by the riverside at The River Ranch Lodge, a cosy, rustic lodge which has a happy hour and great cocktails on offer.
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