With November snow totals the highest in a decade and skiers reporting some of the best conditions ever, it’s not a stretch to say Tahoe is among the hottest places to be for winter snow sports at the moment. But beyond right now, Tahoe is also one of the top ski destinations in North America based on numerous polls and rankings. Check out some of the latest recognition that Tahoe has received:
Lake Tahoe ranked #1 in Orbitz’s Top 10 Early Ski Destinations
Lake Tahoe ranked #2 in TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Ski Rental Home Destinations
Squaw Valley USA, located on Highway 89 between Truckee and Tahoe City, Calif., ranked #17 of Top 20 Ski Resorts in Conde Nast Traveler’s 2010 Ski Poll. Additional rankings in the poll include two placements in the Top 50 Ski Hotels: #32 for Resort at Squaw Creek and #39 for Hyatt Regency Incline Village.
Sunset Magazine’s “The West’s Best Ski Towns” named Truckee the most well-rounded ski town for its ability please all ages, proximity to ski resorts for a variety of skill levels, great dining choices and diverse lodging options.
AOL Travel listed Tahoe in the 10 Top Ski Destinations in the United States more than a dozen major ski areas and some great winter snowstorms.
Learn more about what’s happening in Tahoe this winter including the upcoming $25 Learn to Ski and Board weekend Dec. 11-12.