Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Center, when fully open, offers over 100 kilometers of trails groomed daily for diagonal striding, skating and snowshoeing. Come and experience our beautiful gentle meadows, rolling terrain and challenging peaks.
NEW! Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Center has
DOG FRIENDLY TRAILS!
For 2012-2013 we added new dog friendly trails and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive! Dog trail passes, $5 per day per dog, must be displayed and attached to your dog at all times and can be purchased at the base lodge. Passholders – purchase a dog season pass for just $50. Access to the dog specific trails is at the South end of the parking lot (far left of base lodge.) Midweek, dogs may visit Tahoe Donner Cross Country from 8:30 to 5 p.m.; weekends and holidays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
- Clearly display trail passes while skiing.
- Your dog must be under voice control at all times.
- Must be on a leash in the parking lot (no leashes while skiing.)
- Stay on designated dog trails only.
- Always clean up after your dog!
- Dogs are not allowed around or in the base lodge.
- Please leave aggressive and unruly dogs at home.
Passes can be revoked (with no refund) if any of the above rules and regulations are not upheld.
New Cross Country Ski Center Building Plans Developing!
The board of directors recently gave the green light to begin detailed planning to build a new Cross Country Ski Center as outlined in the 2030 General Plan. Project information, including renderings, floor plans and elevations have been posted for membership review at our Cross Country Ski Center Capital Projects page.
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2012-2013 Winter Operations Survey
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2012-13 Winter Improvements
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