At 8,637 feet, Alpine Meadows Ski Resort rises above Lake Tahoe, offering panoramic views of the rising snow peaked granite mountains and crystal blue lake below. Geared to any level, but Alpine Meadows particularly caters to intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Enthusiasts know this resort for its long and early season, normally open well into May. With an average hefty snowfall of 495 inches, the resort sits in Tahoe National Forest on Lake Tahoe's North Shore, linked with some of the Nation's best back country terrain. Not as close to the crowds of other bustling Tahoe mountains, this resort stands out for pristine terrain and quiet atmosphere. The mountain boasts 2,400 acres of skiable terrain.
The resort consists of the main mountain and the back bowls. Summit Six, Wolverine Bowl, Estelle Bowl, and Beaver Bowl will get the most advanced skier's and snowboarder's hearts pumping. Plenty of terrain caters to Intermediates, like Alpine Bowl and Roundhouse.
There is a plethora of great tree skiing as well. Tons of terrain and a well kept superpipe attracts snowboarders from all over the country. The park includes rails, tabletops, funboxes, and quarterpipes.
Alpine Meadows Ski Resort offers lift ticket and lodging packages. Different options abound, nearby the mountain, from hotels, lodges, and inns to vacation rentals like cabins and houses. Adult lift tickets cost from $41 to $49 a day. They offer group lessons at the cost of $42 for a two-and-a-quarter hour class or private lessons for $90 an hour. The sheer beauty and killer terrain of Alpine Meadows makes it a must visit.
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