Check out these great activities for you, your family and friends to enjoy!
Downtown Reno Ice Rink
200 Evans Ave, Reno, NV 89501
Ice skating at the Downtown Reno Ice Rink at Aces Ballpark is fun for everyone can enjoy during the depths of winter. Since it opened in 2005, the rink has become a go-to wintertime favorite in downtown Reno for both locals and visitors to the Reno area in the winter. It’s open from November 21, 2018, to January 21, 2019, weather permitting.
Tahoe Ice Arena
Besides the ice rink in central Reno, you can go ice skating all around the Reno/Lake Tahoe area. The hours at many of these rinks change depending on the weather. It’s a good idea to check their websites or give them a call before you head out with those skates over your shoulder. If you’re ready to practice those toe loops, flips and the Lutz, check out Arlington Square Ice Rink, South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena, Olympic Ice Pavilion, Village at North Star Skating Rink, Truckee Ice Rink, and Heavenly Village Skating Rink.
Tahoe Meadows in the snow
Mt Rose Hwy, New Washoe City, NV 89704
Snow play areas and snow-parks abound near Reno and up around Lake Tahoe. Check out Tahoe Meadows, Galena Creek Recreation Area, Incline Village, North Tahoe Regional Park, Hope Valley, and Spooner Summit. These are great outdoor activities for the whole family.
Skiing and Snowboarding
Mount Rose Ski
There are alot of choices for downhill ski in the Reno/Lake Tahoe region. It is declared as some of the best downhill ski resorts in the world. Even if some in your family or group don’t ski, there are lots of other things to do, like tubing and sledding on the hills.
22222 Mt Rose Hwy, Reno, NV 89511
When you go to Mount Rose Ski Tahoe ski resort, you’ll be really high in the High Sierras; it has the highest base elevation of all the ski resorts around Lake Tahoe at 8,260 feet. Mount Rose is also, conveniently, about a half an hour’s drive from Reno and the closest ski resort to the city. And skiing is not its only attraction. From high atop Mount Rose, you’ll get spectacular views of snow-covered Sierra Nevada peaks, the Washoe Valley, and the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Cross country skiing at Devil’s Thumb Ranch
Devil’s Thumb Ranch
Cross-country ski resorts and areas are sprinkled around the Lake Tahoe area and are often part of downhill skiing complexes. These Nordic-style skiing areas reliably have loads of snow and world-class accommodations. And they are easy to get to from Reno, Sacramento, and the San Francisco Bay Area.