SNOW Activities Near LAS VEGAS

Where to Ski and Snowboard

Lee Canyon

Located just an hour outside of Las Vegas, Lee Canyon at Mt. Charleston is an easy trek for locals looking to get their ski and snowboard fix in.
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Big Bear

A four hour drive from Las Vegas, the Big Bear area has several resorts and a cute downtown.
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Eagle Point

A little bit of a further drive up the 15, past Brian Head in Beaver you will find Eagle Point. To quote our shop manager, Nick, Eagle Point is a hidden gem with its small crowds and relatively inexpensive lift tickets.
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Brian Head

Just under three and half hours from Vegas, the resort is big, there are plenty of places to stay and fun times to be had. They have two mountains – Navajo and Giant steps – both offers something for every skill level. Also check out Cedar Breaks.
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Flagstaff is just four hours outside of Las Vegas in Arizona. Just above the mountain town of is Snowbowl Ski Resort. When you are done on the mountain, make sure to get a beer in town.
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Mammoth Lake

Clocking in at five and half hours from Vegas, Mammoth is the farthest away, but worth the drive. Probably one the most well-known resorts near us, Mammoth is a big resort with a lot to do.
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Other Fun in the Snow

Ice Climbing

Yes, there is ice climbing near Vegas at Mt. Charleston. With fun names like The Hose Monster, there are various routes available depending on the season. Ice Climbing is very technical – make sure you have the skills and knowledge before tackling a climb. 


Snowshoeing is also a thing on the mountain. Essentially hiking in the snow, snowshoeing is a good entry level activity for the whole family. 


Sledding is a classic for a reason. Mt. Charleston is a great quick getaway to play in the snow with the family.