Tahoe Mountain Sports, in partnership with Diamond Peak Ski Resort, Dynafit and Tahoe Mountain School are proud to announce the 2015 Backcountry Experience. This guided backcountry tour will explore terrain in Diamond Peak’s Golden Eagle Bowl. Open to intermediate and advanced skiers and riders, the Backcountry Experience Series is designed to provide a safe and welcoming introduction to backcountry skiing and boarding.
Never used backcountry equipment before? This is your opportunity to try out Dynafit touring gear before purchasing. Want to learn about avalanche hazards and techniques for avoiding them? All tours will be lead by experienced guides from the Tahoe Mountain School, (the best resource for professional education for backcountry enthusiasts in the Tahoe Truckee region).
Interested in learning the most efficient uphill skinning methods? Or, perhaps you simply want to meet new people and enjoy un-skied terrain in a fun, controlled environment. A Backcountry Experience tour in Diamond Peak’s secluded Eagle Bowl is a great way to earn your turns and experience Diamond Peak in a whole new way.
March 14, 2015
*$150 tour package includes a partial-day lift ticket, full Dynafit backcountry ski equipment rental and professional guiding services.
*$135 (for Diamond Peak season pass holders)
*$100 (for those that own alpine touring equipment)
Register for the Backcountry Experience guided ski tour online at https://www.tahoemountainsports.com/product/event-tickets-backcountry-experience-diamond-peak, at Tahoe Mountain Sports in Truckee (11200 Donner Pass Rd.), or by calling (530) 536-5200.
Any changes made due to winter weather will be announced within 24 hours of tour departure.
Your Tahoe Mountain School guide has many years of experience and the best certifications and will ensure you have a safe and enjoyable day in the Diamond Peak backcountry.
Diamond Peak Ski Resort is located in Incline Village, Nevada on the scenic north shore of Lake Tahoe with amazing views of world famous Lake Tahoe. Diamond Peak offers skiers and boarders 30 runs and a 1,840-foot vertical drop with beginner to advanced terrain. Connect with Diamond Peak on Facebook , Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, visit www.diamondpeak.com or call (775) 832-1177.