Mt Rose is Tahoe's highest base resort and located just 10 minutes from Tahoe's North Shore, offering visitors an unprecedented view and skiing excursion. Situated at an elevation of 7,900 feet, there are about 1,200 acres of natural beauty that offer over 60 different trails on Mt. Rose. Rising up with 1,800 feet of mountain specifically geared toward snowboarders and skiers, the area is both scenic and challenging. And with 13 beginner, 16 intermediate and 25 advanced and 8 expert slopes, there's enough variety to keep all levels of ski aficionado's entertained. The slopes also include the Mt. Rose Chutes, which are some of the steepest and longest on the continent. With the numerous ski options, Mt. Rose also makes it extremely easy to reach the trails with one "six pack" detachable chair, two quad chairs, two triple chairs and one surface lift.
Along with the typical ski trail offered on the mountain, you'll also have access to Mt. Rose's two terrain parks: Badlands and Doubledown. Numerous tables and rails litter these terrain parks, giving extreme sport enthusiasts the perfect chance to go big!