Inside Line: The Chutes at Mt. Rose

A pocket guide to Mt. Rose in Nevada.

Photo: Monique Sady

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A pocket guide to Mt. Rose in Nevada.Until Tahoe’s Mt. Rose formally opened its chutes last year to the renegades who’ve been poaching them since the ’60s, the sleepy ski hill was a family favorite. Now that this collection of in-bounds, 1,500-vertical-foot, 45-degree shots is fair game and avy-controlled, you can rip them without fear of getting buried—or having your ticket yanked.

If you’re looking to explore the slopes without dragging out a huge map, check out our PDF pocket guide here.