Diamond Peak is a small ski resort located in Incline Village, NV at Northern Lake Tahoe. The resort has 6 chairlifts, 30 runs, open glades, and tree skiing in 655 acres of terrain. It has a vertical drop of 1,840 feet (4th longest at Lake Tahoe). Its season ranges from December to April, and it's longest run is 2.5 Miles. Lifts include the "Lakeview Quad" which features a view of Lake Tahoe during the lift's ascent. Diamond Peak is a small ski resort located in Incline Village, NV at Northern Lake Tahoe. ... A ski resort is a ski area with a village and/or high-end accommodations and other amenities at the base of the mountain. ... Incline Village-Crystal Bay is a census-designated place located in Washoe County, Nevada. ... Tahoe redirects here. ... A chairlift in Bad Hofgastein, Austria A chairlift, also known as a fixed-grip chairlift, is a type of aerial lift, which consists of a constantly moving loop of steel cable strung between two end terminals and generally over intermediate towers. ... Tahoe redirects here. ...
• Lakeview Quad • School House • Red Fox • Ridge • Lodgepole Quad • Crystal Express
Oklahoman entrepreneur Art Wood and his associate Harold Tiller envisioned the idea for the resort which was then known as "Ski Incline", and was developed to reality in 1966 by Luggi Foeger, a famous Austrian ski resort consultant whom Wood hired to design and build the resort. It has long since expanded and grown since its debut in November, 1966.
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