Diamond Peak

Diamond Peak is a ski resort in the western United States, located in Incline Village, Nevada. Near the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe, the resort has 6 chairlifts, 31 runs, open glades, and tree skiing on its 655 acres (2.65 km2) of terrain. It's summit elevation is 8,540 feet (2,603 m) above sea level, yielding a vertical drop of 1,840 feet (561 m), sixth among the ski areas surrounding Lake Tahoe. Its season ranges from December to April, and its longest run is 2.5 miles (4.0 km). Lifts include the "Lakeview Quad" which features a view of Lake Tahoe during the lift's ascent.Incline Creek and its associated trail ascends gradually to Camp Folsom and back to the Diamond Peak Resort.

Location

It is located at Incline Village on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe.

Seasons

  • Winter: Mid- December – Mid-April
  • Daily Lift Operations: 9am-4pm, subject to change due to weather and conditions

Elevations

  • Base Elevation: 6,700’
  • Peak Elevation: 8,539’
  • Vertical rise: 1,840'

Snow

  • Average Annual Snowfall: 325 inches
  • Snowmaking: 492 acres

Trail Classification (total mountain acreage)

  • 10% Beginner
  • 42% Intermediate
  • 48% Advanced
  • 0% Expert

Skiable Acres: 655 acres

  • Trails: 31
  • Bowls: 2

Lift System

  • Total Number of Lifts: 7
  • Express Quad: 1
  • Normal Quad: 2
  • Double Chairs: 3
  • Surface Lifts: 1

Climate

Diamond sees more than 300 days of cloudless, sunny skies per year. Average daytime highs and night time lows in Fahrenheit.
  • 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