Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort

★★★★☆

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This is a great place for a day trip to the mountains to get some skiing or boarding in. They make their own snow for those seasons when they don't get enough of the real thing. I went up on a Thursday in Feb. 2006 and there was only one big run, The Strip, with part of The Line open, both intermediate runs. And the bunny slope, Rabbit Peak, was open. There were no bare patches on these runs and the show was well groomed. There were no lift lines at all and lots more boarders than skiiers. Classes were in session. It was sunny and the temp was perfect. But as soon as the sun goes down, go home! It gets cold. If you don't want to pay the full price for one run, get there after 1 p.m. and pay less for the half-day lift pass. A fabulous place to learn or practice or for a day trip just to get some good runs in.

PROS: Snow machine, no lines during the week, classes
CONS: All runs not open if no natural snow and no discount

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★★★★☆

This is a great place for a day trip to the mountains to get some skiing or boarding in. They make their own snow for those seasons when they don't get enough of the real thing. I went up on a Thursday in Feb. 2006 and there was only one big run, The Strip, with part of The Line open, both intermediate runs. And the bunny slope, Rabbit Peak, was open. There were no bare patches on these runs and the show was well groomed. There were no lift lines at all and lots more boarders than skiiers. Classes were in session. It was sunny and the temp was perfect. But as soon as the sun goes down, go home! It gets cold. If you don't want to pay the full price for one run, get there after 1 p.m. and pay less for the half-day lift pass. A fabulous place to learn or practice or for a day trip just to get some good runs in.

PROS: Snow machine, no lines during the week, classes
CONS: All runs not open if no natural snow and no discount

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Some of the best tree runs. Other than that nothing really to offer. Great hill to learn on. Location is so convenient, I would recommend it when there is snowfall.

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★★★☆☆

Some of the best tree runs. Other than that nothing really to offer. Great hill to learn on. Location is so convenient, I would recommend it when there is snowfall.

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When I moved here I never would have thought they would have a ski resort. I was very suprized. Granted its not the biggest or the best resort,l but its the only resort and it still is a lot of fun. They had a ton of great snow last season. I cant wait till it starts snowing again!

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★★★★☆

When I moved here I never would have thought they would have a ski resort. I was very suprized. Granted its not the biggest or the best resort,l but its the only resort and it still is a lot of fun. They had a ton of great snow last season. I cant wait till it starts snowing again!

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The best thing about this place is that it's just outside of Vegas and you don't have to drive hours to get there. When it's been a good snow season, it's great, but usually we don't get really good snow and there are a lot of dry patches. I wouldn't recommend using your own skis/boards, when the the snowfall hasn't been good. It's nice to be able to go 40 minutes from Vegas and be at a ski resort. The weekends are packed and parking is terrible, but it's still a nice place to go for the day. The lift tickets are pricey for what you get. There are only a few runs, but there is a nice cafe and it's usually sunny so it's nice to sit outside.

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The best thing about this place is that it's just outside of Vegas and you don't have to drive hours to get there. When it's been a good snow season, it's great, but usually we don't get really good snow and there are a lot of dry patches. I wouldn't recommend using your own skis/boards, when the the snowfall hasn't been good. It's nice to be able to go 40 minutes from Vegas and be at a ski resort. The weekends are packed and parking is terrible, but it's still a nice place to go for the day. The lift tickets are pricey for what you get. There are only a few runs, but there is a nice cafe and it's usually sunny so it's nice to sit outside.

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Only a forty five minuite drive north of Las Vegas on Highway 95, turn off on Hwy #156. Over nine thousand five hundred feet in elevation snow actually sticks to the ground there. If you got the bug to ride this is the quickest place to go outside Las Vegas.

PROS: Close to town
CONS: small resort

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★★★★☆

Only a forty five minuite drive north of Las Vegas on Highway 95, turn off on Hwy #156. Over nine thousand five hundred feet in elevation snow actually sticks to the ground there. If you got the bug to ride this is the quickest place to go outside Las Vegas.

PROS: Close to town
CONS: small resort

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