In the 1960s, entrepreneur Art Wood envisioned a vacation community on Tahoe’s North Shore he dubbed the Pebble Beach of the Sierra, which included Diamond Peak Ski Resort, then called Ski Incline. Designed by the renowned Luggi Foeger in 1966, the resort was built to offer a variety of terrain, easy access from Incline Village, breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and north-facing slopes.
Diamond Peak will open its golden anniversary season on Dec. 15, with celebrations featuring an Opening Weekend Film Premiere and Season Passholder Party on Dec. 16. Special events will be held throughout the season, including the 50th Anniversary Retro Ski Day on March 18, 2017.
The resort is asking passholders from 1966 to the present, guests, former and current staff and others to share stories, photos or videos on Diamond Peak’s history. To contribute a story, historic photos, videos, a historic outfit or other items to the 50th anniversary celebration, e-mail [email protected] or call (775) 832-1120.