Ben Hogan

Lake Tahoe

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  1. Jake's Peak - Backcountry Skiing

    Lake Tahoe

    A Tahoe favorite due to its easy access and minimal approach combined with unsurpassed lake views and perfect steep stashes of powder or spring corn.

  2. Mount Rose - Lake Tahoe / Mount Rose Pass - Backcountry Skiing

    Lake Tahoe

    Mount Rose is a striking peak that stands tall among others of the Sierra, and as the most prominent of the mountains sharing it’s namesake pass. This often, wind-swept summit, sees relatively little skier traffic, but has amazing views, backcountry solitude and a sense of accomplishment standing atop this local giant that can make this tour well worth the effort.

  3. Castle Peak - Backcountry Skiing

    Lake Tahoe

    Looking north from Donner Pass a large rock buttress juts out from the ridgeline like a crown resting on the ridge over Truckee. This is the regal Castle Peak, offering a multitude of outdoor recreation options year round, including phenomenal backcountry skiing and snowboarding.

  4. Grouse Peak - West Shore Lake Tahoe - Backcountry Skiing

    Lake Tahoe

    This is an awesome intermediate ski tour with sunny slopes and rewarding views of Lake Tahoe over 3 miles and 1500’ vertical feet of ski touring.

  5. Sugar Pine Point State Park - West Shore Lake Tahoe - Cross-Country Skiing

    Lake Tahoe

    Easy access, quiet trails, and no fees to ski; when looking for locations to cross country ski in the Lake Tahoe area it doesn’t get better then this. Rich with local history, the biathlon and cross-country ski events from the 1960 Winter Olympics were held here, at Sugar Pine Point State Park, and it’s still a great place to explore today.