Palisades Tahoe is famous for its tremendous snowfall and its California sunshine (yes, both are possible). From record-breaking midwinter storms to skiing and riding that can last well into July, snow often comes in abundance in the Sierra Nevada, followed, naturally, by blue skies and bottomless sun. To get the latest on our snowfall stats and weather forecasts, our current lift status, or to see what the top of the mountain looks like right now, look no further. rich-text, responsive-table
Snow & Weather
Skiers and snowboarders live by the weather forecast and snow report. Keep your eye on the next powder day with our live tracker, up-to-the-minute snowfall data, and detailed weather models.
Lift & Grooming Status
If you’re already on the mountain or you’re headed this way, checking the latest updates on our lift status is always a smart move. You’ll be the first to hear about lift openings or closures, grooming status, and other important mountain operation updates.
The second-best thing to actually standing on the peaks of Palisades Tahoe? Checking the live webcams. It doesn’t replace the real thing, of course, but it gives you an up-close glimpse of what’s happening on the mountain in real-time.
Hours of Operation
Plan your day or outing accordingly, as we’ve got detailed schedules on everything from lift operating hours to when your favorite bar, restaurant, shop, or yoga studio opens and closes for the day.
Find your way to all the best spots on the hill with help from our interactive trail maps, which offer up lift status and stats, as well as a clear layout to show you how to get where you want to go.
Parking & Road Conditions
If you’re driving by car here, stay up to date on current road and weather conditions and parking lot status at Palisades Tahoe. We’ve also got details on preferred and carpool parking, rideshare programs, and tips on snagging the best spots in the lot.
Skiing and snowboarding are adventurous and exhilarating outdoor recreational activities. Natural and man-made obstacles are part of this alpine experience. Collisions with these objects, especially when skiing fast or out of control, can result in serious or fatal injury. ki and ride with caution and control.