Adventure Mountain196 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Tahoe Rim Trail, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96155, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5305774352
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Family And Kids, Adventure Sport, Picnic Spot, Nature
Snow. Fun. That’s the only point of this privately owned mountain resort. Rather than skiing, the fun here is centred around sledding. The establishment has about 15 sledding runs. Dotted in between these runs are areas in which you can build snowmen or indulge in some classic snowfights. To use these runs, you’ll have to rent the sleds or tube or even shoes from the establishment. And once you’re done frolicking around, get over to the lodge and get warm back up with a cup of hot chocolate at the lodge restaurant.
Adventure Mountain Travel Tips
- You will need to make a security deposit for everything.
- Make sure you arrange for a helmet.
Entrance Ticket Details For Adventure Mountain
- USD 25 parking fee.
- Two Person Sled $10 for the day.
- Inner Tube $20 for two hour rental, or $25 for all day rental.
- Snowshoes w/poles $18 per day.
Adventure Mountain Hours
- Closed when there’s no snow.
- Mountain cafe at the lodge.
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16.46% of people who visit South Lake Tahoe include Adventure Mountain in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
91.3% of people start their Adventure Mountain visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Adventure Mountain
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Adventure Mountain
Adventure Mountain Reviews & Ratings
Good place to ski but they need more food choices here. The workers are helpful. My kids had a ton of fun playing in the snow. Maybe we will pack our own food if we ever go there again.
Best place to go sledding and the entrance fees aren't too bad. Waiting to go down the slopes wasn't too bad even for a very busy weekend. It took maybe 5 to 10 minutes each time we went up. Definitely a good spot for families.
So fun. You can rent a tube for sledding or just go play in the snow. There is a rental shop there and a lounging area inside with a fireplace. You can bring your own food to eat but have to eat it outside. There are a few picnic tables. We ate on our tailgate. You can buy food there as well.
This is a great place to go tubing and sledding. There are great views all around for picture taking or better yet just to soak up the views! The only downside is the people that work there, they were borderline rude! They were not friendly at all. As a matter of fact, I overheard the lady who was working there make a snide remark to someone who wanted a refund because she had fallen. That is not how you conduct a business!!! Overhearing that, coupled with my own interaction with her placed a little damper on the whole experience, hence the 3 stars. Would I ever return again? Yes, but with my own equipment so that I will have less interaction with the people that work there. Who wants to wait in line for equipment to turnaround and wait in line for a refund for a deposit once you bring your equipment back in? Not me!!! There were only two registers and they (the workers) look confused; the whole process seemed discombobulated. They need to hire more people and make an overhaul of how they conduct their business.
Great place for the kids to burn off some energy. It's affordable because I don't have luxurious like a belt or lift to get up the hill. However you can bring the full family and you pay her car, not per person. You can bring your own sleds and food so you can save a lot. I definitely highly recommend, just be prepared to get some exercise.