Get to know Lake Tahoe's most legendary mountains.
While Palisades Tahoe may be best known as Lake Tahoe's winter hub for skiing and snowboarding, the fun doesn't stop come summertime. From our bustling Village in Olympic Valley to the scenic Aerial Tram that whisks you to the mountaintop in just 10 minutes, you'll love exploring your favorite ski resort during a sun-drenched summer in the Sierra. rich-text
The High Camp Experience
Enjoy a 10-minute ride on our Aerial Tram that soars from the Village up 2,000' to the mountaintop. Surrounded by sun-drenched views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada, High Camp is a stunning backdrop for nature lovers and mountain explorers alike. Once you've reached the top, take your pick of unique activities at 8,200’, including roller skating, e-mountain biking, hiking through wildflowers, and dining al fresco.
S* Valley Ski Resort
One of the most fabled ski resorts in North America, Olympic Valley is home to Olympic champions and was the site of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games. The mountain is famous for its legendary lifts like KT-22 and Granite Chief, as well as its progressive terrain for all levels.
Whether you’re riding Olympic Valley’s KT-22 or Silverado on a powder day or skiing off the backside of Alpine Meadows’ Summit Chair in the spring, these mountains are stacked with the kind of lifts you can’t forget. We’ve named the 11 most legendary lifts at Palisades Tahoe (and yes, it was hard to narrow it down), and offered detailed guides on how to ski and ride them.
The Inside Edge Blog
Check the Inside Edge blog for the latest guides to visiting Palisades Tahoe and the surrounding area, local recommendations for things to do and what to see, and our "Legends of Tahoe" series for stories about the people who make up these mountains.
About Lake Tahoe
From sunrise to sunset, Lake Tahoe is the epicenter of natural beauty in the Sierra Nevada and the stunning backdrop to countless summer adventures. This high-elevation lake—the second deepest in the U.S.—is a natural wonder that spans across California and Nevada.
Did you know S* Valley had only one chairlift (and two rope tows) when the area bid to host the 1960 Winter Olympics? It’s come a long way since then. Learn about the storied history of Palisades Tahoe and see what makes us a favorite ski resort in the Lake Tahoe area.