Ski USA - Nevada

Diamond Peak Ski Resort Guide

Ski USA - Nevada

Diamond Peak Ski Resort Guide

Diamond Peak Ski Resort Guide

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Slope Stats

  • 2602m

  • 561m

  • 2041m

  • Acres of ski:655
  • Pistes:31
  • Snowmaking:75%
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:-
  • X-Country:-
  • beginner10%
  • intermediate50%
  • advanced40%

Diamond Peak, in the United States (Nevada State), is a medium sized ski resort with 6 chair lifts that offers skiers an impressive 561 metres (1840 feet) of vertical descent. Diamond Peak has 655 acres of terrain over 31 trails. Diamond Peak is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. We have no information about the existence of any cross-country ski trails at Diamond Peak. The majority of the trails at Diamond Peak are covered by snow-making. The nearest airport is at Reno.


  • Nearest Airport:Reno
  • Nearest Train Station:-
  • Tourist Office
  • Slopeside accommodation:-
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  • Season opens:
  • Season closes:
  • Lifts:6 (6 chair lifts)
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:25 Jun
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Today’s Weather (2322 m)view full snow forecast

partly cloudy
25 SW25
13 °CF-Level
30 SW30
14 °CF-Level
partly cloudy
40 SW40
15 °CF-Level

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Visitor Reviews of Diamond Peak

Powderhound from United States writes:

Beautiful lakeview scenery, varied terrain for all levels, keeps powder snow on the ungroomed runs (knee deep for two days last week), very friendly and family oriented.

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