Sledding Fun for the Whole Family

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  • Easy parking, free sledding
  • Tons of space to play around

You can't miss this spot in the open snowfields of Tahoe Meadows. This area is not privately owned or maintained, which is perfect. It is a short drive up the Mt. Rose Highway from Reno and Sparks and there is plenty of free parking (except on super-busy days) right next to the sledding slopes and snowshoe trails. Dress warm and bring your own sled. A word of caution: the parking is along a major highway. If you go with young children, be very careful. Also, there are not public bathrooms, so plan accordingly.

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  • Warm clothes
  • A sled or inner tube
  • A camera
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Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Winter

Features:

Easy Parking
Family Friendly

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