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Soda Springs, Truckee

2.8
#6 of 6 in Winter Sports in Truckee
Ski Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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4.1
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  • Sure looked good after a day of light snow. I stopped here and noticed lots of people out having great fun in very good conditions. A full ski resort. 
    Sure looked good after a day of light snow. I stopped here and noticed lots of people out having great fun in very good conditions. A full ski resort.  more »
  • family pass pays for itself after a couple of days. works out well for young kids who might not want to be there all day. 
    family pass pays for itself after a couple of days. works out well for young kids who might not want to be there all day.  more »
Google
  • We were here just for a snow fun day. My kid loved it and I did too… we had a blast snow tubing and playing at the kids play area, it is a little pricey though. They have great customer service, place is clean (including restrooms). I can’t review on their food/snacks since we did not purchase any.
  • Great value ski hill for beginners / intermediates. We bought tickets online the day before and went on a Saturday in February. We arrived around 1030AM and the overflow parking lot was already filling up. Would recommend coming A bit earlier to guarantee a spot. The parking lot filled up shortly after, I’m not sure if they had additional parking somewhere else. The line for rental gear was relatively long, and took about 30 mins. They had nice Burton snowboards / boots / helmets that appeared well maintained. They also had XXL helmets that fit me well (rated up to 65cm). We also saw some local shops at the freeway exit that advertised rentals for less $. Maybe worth a try next time. There is a small bunny hill area near the lions gate lift. There is no lift or magic carpet for the bunny hill (you have to walk up) but it is good for beginners. The lions gate chairlift brings you halfway up the mountain, and the slopes are nice easy and wide Overall a great value for beginners and those looking for easy slopes to enjoy

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