Diamond Peak extends ski season through May 1
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (March 29, 2023) – With a snowpack measuring over 10 feet deep and more snow in the forecast this week, Diamond Peak Ski Resort is thrilled to announce it will be extending its 2022-23 ski season through Monday, May 1. This will be only the second time in the resort’s history that it has been open in May.
“This season has been pretty special,” said Diamond Peak General Manager Mike Bandelin. “With all of the snow on the ground and our local community of skiers and snowboarders eager for a long spring season, we are proud to be able to push our closing date out to May 1.”
Near record-setting snowfall totals
With 404 inches of snowfall through March 27, the 2022-23 ski season has been the second snowiest on record at Diamond Peak, trailing only the 2016-17 season when 476 total inches of snow fell. With an ongoing winter storm and five more weeks of the season remaining, there is still a chance that 2022-23 will surpass the 2016-17 season total.
2023-24 season passes on sale, with spring access included
Skiers and riders looking to take advantage of the extended spring season are encouraged to purchase an unrestricted 2023-24 Diamond Peak season pass, which comes with spring access for the remainder of the current season. Diamond Peak’s Early-Bird Season Pass sale runs through April 30, with the best prices and most perks available to both new and renewing season pass holders.
Bonus perks for pass holders include four discounted Bring-A-Friend Ticket vouchers, discounts on resort food & beverage purchases, appreciation events, and complimentary bonus days at partner resorts. In addition, every Diamond Peak season pass comes with our Peak Pledge – our promise of a full refund of the pass purchase price (minus a $25 processing fee) for refunds requested by January 15, 2024 on unused 2023-24 season passes – no insurance or doctor’s note needed. Pass holders just need to visit or call Guest Services by January 15, 2024 to request a refund.