Tahoe Super 4 Pack
Ski or ride 4 days this winter starting from just $83/day. Don't wait, prices go up after November 1.
Welcome to Palisades Tahoe
The Name is New. The Legend Continues. Read more about our new name here.
Ski for $83/day. Prices go up after Nov. 1
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Kick off the season with us! Opening Day at Palisades Tahoe is scheduled for Wednesday, November 24.
This could be your office! Now hiring for winter positions. Full-time and part-time staff ski free at 14 iconic resorts, including Palisades Tahoe.
Ski or ride 4 days this winter starting from just $83/day. Choose between the Tahoe Super 4 Pack with no blackout dates or the Midweek 4 Pack for even more savings. Don't wait, prices go up after November 1.
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First Snow! October 8, 2021
From Mighty Mite & Freestyle Team member in the 80s & 90s, to Mother and Breast Cancer Survivor today, Sarah (Schaller) Ruano reflects on how growing up skiing these mountains helped prepare her for the challenge of fighting & overcoming cancer.
Pro skier Cody Townsend's life changed forever when he first watched Scot Schmidt send the Fingers on 220cm long skis in Warren Miller's 1984 "Ski Country”. The segment was chock-full of iconic inbounds lines from the chutes of the Palisades to the rounded sandstone of The Rock Garden, all happening here. Fast-forward a years, Cody still remembers the first time he saw Shane McConkey in the KT lift line. Read about how growing up skiing alongside his idols shaped Cody into the skier he is today.
Working on the terrain park crew in the early 2000s, Trevor Kekke was familiar with Shirley Lake Express. He knew it as the high-speed chair nestled back by Shirley Canyon. One nonchalant conversation with family, and now Kekke finds himself on a journey through history. Forming new connections with the lift, the lake, the canyon, and his great-aunt Shirley whom they were all named after.
Meet the golden gals who epitomize the 1980s skinny ski scene. Californian to their core, these legends mastered the arts of letting their hair down, sending off cornices, and ripping through moguls. That flare lives on in the historic collection of legendary photographer, Larry Prosor. Their golden smiles continue to enchant and inspire the next generations of legends.