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Heavenly in Lake Tahoe

Heavenly resort in Lake Tahoe is the highest elevation of any resort in Lake Tahoe, at 10, 067 feet. It offers stunning scenic surroundings, five terrain parks, excellent slopes for all levels of experience, and a high speed gondola to get you back up to the top. Reserve a car hire in Heavenly Lake Tahoe to explore the resort during your ski vacation.

Heavenly in Lake Tahoe car hire

The Heavenly resort is owned by Vail Resorts, and the Heavenly is definitely set to their high standard. It is positioned on the state line, so half of the slopes lie in California and the other half in Nevada, half of the resort has casinos and the other half does not. Heavenly is a great facility for beginners and families. Due to its fortunate location it features a larger and more varied terrain than many area resorts.

The closest large city to the Lake Tahoe area is Reno, Nevada. Most visitors will fly into Reno/Tahoe International Airport, but you can also reach Heavenly by flying into airports in the Sacramento area of California, about 2 hours away. You can book a rental car for Heavenly Lake Tahoe to await the arrival of your group at any of the area airports.

While you can rent your equipment directly at the mountain, you can save money and increase your choices by stopping in one of the many ski shops in the Tahoe Area. Compare prices at places like Granite Chief Sports, Squaw Valley Sports, Tahoe Daves, or Porters in Tahoe City. With the freedom of your own Lake Tahoe car hire you can shop around before you choose the equipment to suit your whole group.

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