Trip Ideas: Mt. Rose, Reno, Nevada

This rollicking hill on the east side of the Tahoe basin often gets overlooked by Californians headed to bigger-name slopes by the lake.
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Mt. Rose Chutes, Reno, Nevada

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe: 30 minutes; 26 miles / This rollicking hill on the east side of the Tahoe basin often gets overlooked by Californians headed to bigger-name slopes by the lake. The Slide Mountain Chutes offer up some serious terrain, and if you combine a Two ‘fer Tuesday ticket deal with a Reno casino stay, you’re looking at one of the least expensive ski-and- stay vacations in the country.

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