Alpine Meadows Ski Resort

  • Alpine Meadows Ski Resort at Lake Tahoe
  • Bluebird powder day at Lake Tahoe
  • View of Lake Tahoe from Alpine Bowl Chair at Alpine Meadows
  • Apres Ski at the chalet at Lake Tahoe
  • Skier riding groomer at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • Group at the Ice Bar at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • View of Lake Tahoe from Alpine Meadows ski resort
  • Snowboarders on the Pacific Crest North Bowls at Lake Tahoe
  • Patrol dogs and their handlers at Lake Tahoe
  • Skiers enjoying the deck at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • Inversion layer and skiers at Lake Tahoe
  • Alpine Meadows Ski Resort at Lake Tahoe
  • Bluebird powder day at Lake Tahoe
  • View of Lake Tahoe from Alpine Bowl Chair at Alpine Meadows
  • Apres Ski at the chalet at Lake Tahoe
  • Skier riding groomer at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • Group at the Ice Bar at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • View of Lake Tahoe from Alpine Meadows ski resort
  • Snowboarders on the Pacific Crest North Bowls at Lake Tahoe
  • Patrol dogs and their handlers at Lake Tahoe
  • Skiers enjoying the deck at Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe
  • Inversion layer and skiers at Lake Tahoe
About Alpine Meadows

Tucked between Truckee and Tahoe City, Alpine Meadows Resort is a picturesque playground for families and off-the-radar thrill-seekers alike. Chalet-style lodges and approachable hospitality mean that the skiing and riding experience always comes first. From easy-riding progression parks to wide-open bowls, Alpine Meadows brings an exciting challenge to any level of skier or snowboarder. And with more than 100 trails spread over 2,400 acres, mountain adventures (and groomed runs) await at every bump, jump and chairlift.

Testimonials

Love this place. Having skied here for 14 years and significantly more than 500 days, I cannot say enough good things about Alpine. I've met at least a couple of people who have been here since it opened in the 60's and spent their whole lives skiing at Alpine. I am jealous.” — Paul F., Mill Valley (Yelp)

Great place for the whole family to ski/board. My family started skiing here when I was 5 years old because no other resort we tried in Tahoe had both a high level of terrain difficulty for the more advanced skiers/snowboarders and such a kid-friendly ski school/ski team program.” — Jake S., San Mateo (Yelp)

There's a great variety of terrain here. The front side is a little more mellow and has what you expect from any legit resort. The backside is definitely more challenging, fun, and sparse. Do a few runs on the front to warm up and get yourself back there! The bowls are really incredible and you should go experience them for yourself.” — Loc N., Santa Ana (Yelp)

Trail Classification
  • Beginner: 25%
  • Intermediate: 40%
  • Advanced: 35%

Skiable Acres: 2,400

Trails: 100+

Bowls: 7

Terrain Parks: 2

Lift System
  • High Speed 6-Pack: 1
  • High Speed Quads: 2
  • Fixed Grip Triple Chairs: 3
  • Fixed Grip Double Chairs: 5
  • Surface Lifts: 2

Total Lifts: 13

Snow
  • Average Annual Snowfall: 450 inches
  • Snowmaking: 9 out of 13 lifts
Climate 
  • Nov: 47 high, 24 low
  • Dec: 40 high, 20 low
  • Jan: 36 high, 16 low
  • Feb: 39 high, 18 low
  • Mar: 44 high, 21 low
  • Apr: 50 high, 26 low
  • May: 60 high, 32 low