Tahoe Ski Homes ~ From Rustic Cabins to Contemporary Elegance

Posted by Jackie Ginley on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 at 4:52am.

September seems a little early to be thinking about skiing, but ... Hey, it snowed at Lake Tahoe last week! If you enjoy skiing enough to consider buying a season's pass this year, maybe it's time to think about purchasing a property here instead of renting this year?  With fewer buyers in the market, the shoulder season is a great time to pick up a deal. And the Tahoe real estate market is varied enough to offer something for every taste and budget.

Northstar     From the original Ski Trail condos beneath the Village gondola, to the contemporary homes surrounding the Ritz-Carlton, Northstar has become a year-round resort destination with lodging and activities for the whole family.
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Ski-In, Ski-Out     For the ultimate in convenience, skip the traffic and buy your own slopeside cabin.
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Squaw Valley    With interchangeable season passes to Alpine Meadows, Squaw can truthfully boast being on of the largest ski areas in the country with an endless variety of terrain to match every level of skier & rider. Take the Cable Car to High Camp and enjoy unparalleled views with easy green terrain to make for the perfect beginner's day.  Or ski the mountain from peak to peak for some of the best expert terrain around. 
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Sugar Bowl     A true "skier's" mountain, Sugar Bowl boasts the most snow of any Lake Tahoe resort. Thanks to  its location at the top of Donner Summit, weather rolling in from the Pacific can sometimes dump several feet of snow here in less than a day. (If Cross Country is your thing, neighboring Royal Gorge offers 6,000 acres to explore.)
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