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Alpine Adventures
 3020 North Federal Hwy. #10
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 954 564 6722
 1 800 755 1330
1 954 564 6721
info@alpineadventures.net


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Heavenly

Overlooking the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly ski resort is one of the most unique snow sports destinations on the planet.

High above the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique snowsports resorts on the planet. The choices are endless. Do you ski California or Nevada? Will it be 34 miles of wide-open, groomed cruisers, 1,600 foot plunges in the double-black diamond canyons or the most outrageous tree skiing in North America? Or do you save your energy for our electric après ski scene, local brewpubs, diverse dining, and Vegas-style nightlife?

When you come home to Heavenly, you better plan to go “all-in”… because with as much to do off the mountain as there is on the mountain, you play hard and sleep when you get home.

The perfect place to combine active days in the outdoor beauty of South Lake Tahoe with fine dining, shopping, nightclubs and Nevada casino entertainment.

With an average of 360 inches of snowfall per year, Heavenly gets some of the best snow around.

Snowmaking is able to cover 73% of Heavenly’s terrain, making it the West Coast’s largest and most powerful snowmaking system.

Bluebird days are enjoyed 300 days a year on average. Go ahead, soak in that California sun.

Mountain Stats

    • Base Elevation: 6,540 feet
    • Summit Elevation: 10,067 feet
    • Vertical Rise: 3,500 feet
    • Snowmaking: 73% of mountain trails
    • Average Annual Snowfall: 360 inches
    • Total Acreage: 4,800 acres (California's largest resort)
    • Trails: 97+
    • Expert/Advanced 35%
    • Intermediate 45%
    • Beginner 20%
    • Lifts: 29

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