What’s New at Diamond Peak Ski Resort for the 2023-24 Ski Season
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (Oct. 2023) – Diamond Peak Ski Resort’s projected Opening Day for the 2023-24 ski season is Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023, conditions permitting.
Why Diamond Peak is different: Community-owned, fiercely independent and community-driven – those are the key differentiating factors that make Diamond Peak distinct in the crowded Lake Tahoe ski resort scene. “Small but exciting” would be another apt description, because with 1,840 vertical feet of skiable terrain packed into 655 acres, Diamond Peak offers the 4th most skiable vertical in the Tahoe Basin. Add in panoramic Tahoe views from nearly every run on the mountain, incredible glades for tree skiing/riding, and Tahoe’s most progressive terrain park (The Village), and it’s no wonder locals know Diamond Peak to be Tahoe’s “hidden gem.”
As a community-owned ski resort, Diamond Peak stands out in the Tahoe Basin and greater U.S. ski industry as a beacon to skiers and riders looking for a friendly, non-corporate vibe.
Newly remodeled food court: Diamond Peak’s Baselodge Provisions food court has undergone a complete remodel during the offseason. Customers can expect a more aesthetically pleasing look and more intuitive layout in the food court; and behind the scenes, a full kitchen remodel will provide greater efficiency for our kitchen staff.
New PistenBully 600 W winch cat: Maintaining the resort’s reputation for providing the best corduroy within the Tahoe Basin is an ongoing priority for Diamond Peak, and the investment in a new PistenBully 600 W winch snowcat will ensure the resort is able to meet these goals this winter. With multiple steep runs groomed nightly, including Lightning, Diamondback, Powder, Luggi’s, Show Off and Slalom Glade, the resort’s winch cat is an essential piece of grooming equipment.
Bonus lift tickets for season pass holders: Diamond Peak’s 2023-24 season pass holders will enjoy 44 complimentary lift tickets at 14 partner resorts across the country this winter – generally three days at each resort. Participating resorts include: Beech Mountain (NC), Bogus Basin (ID), Cooper (CO), Eaglecrest Ski Area (AK), Homewood Mountain Resort (CA), Loup Loup Ski Bowl (WA), Loveland Ski Area (CO), Monarch Mountain (CO), Mt. Ashland (OR), Mt. Shasta Ski Park (CA), Plattekill Mountain (NY), Red River Ski Area (NM), Snow King (WY), Tahoe Donner XC & Downhill (CA), and Wachusett Mountain (MA).
Every Diamond Peak pass holder also receives four discounted Bring-A-Friend Tickets, which can be used to bring friends to Diamond Peak. Visit DiamondPeak.com for details, restrictions and the full list of perks.
Guided after-hours snowshoe hikes: Join guides from the Incline Village Parks & Recreation Department for Community After-Hours Snowshoe Hikes to Diamond Peak’s Snowflake Lodge. The snowshoe hikes offer non-skiers the chance to enjoy the slopes of Diamond Peak in wintertime and encourage exercising in a social setting. The 1.5-mile (3 miles round trip) hikes includes guides and exclusive after-hours access to Diamond Peak and Snowflake Lodge, with wine, beer, hot cocoa and light snacks available for purchase at the lodge. See DiamondPeak.com/events for reservations and more information.
About Diamond Peak Ski Resort
Since 1966, Diamond Peak Ski Resort has been North Lake Tahoe’s hidden gem. Located in Incline Village, Nevada, the affordable, family-friendly resort offers 655 acres and 1,840 vertical feet of skiing and snowboarding, with incredible views of Lake Tahoe, terrain for all levels, and some of the best tree skiing in the Tahoe Basin. For more information or to check the snow report, visit DiamondPeak.com or call (775) 832–1177.
If you have any further questions, need additional material, or would like to come tour the mountain on assignment, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you and connecting on social media.
Marketing Manager, Diamond Peak Ski Resort
Marketing Coordinator, Diamond Peak Ski Resort