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Soda Springs Mountain Resort

10244 Soda Springs Road

Soda Springs Mountain Resort is Tahoe's best snow park for kids. Its a ski resort with 42 trails and 5 lifts on 468 skiable acres. The terrain is fairly diverse, with the most advanced courses on the top of the mountain. Soda Springs is great for kids and families, with a number of extra attractions built especially for them: a tubing area, a mini snowmobile area, and a "Kid’s Place" complete with tube carousel. Soda Springs has small terrain features, grooming, snowmaking, ski and snowboard lessons, and equipment rental. A less intimidating setting than other high paced resorts, Soda Springs offers a low-key and casual atmosphere where families will find they can just enjoy the small things in life. Soda Springs, celebrating it's 70th year, attracted early day adventurers outfitted in laced leather boots with wooden skis. Soda Springs was a popular destination accessed primarily by train.


Greg Lynch

Friday, July 13, 2018
The resort itself was nice and I liked how people could choose ahead of time whether they want to go tubing versus skiing, but the employees were extremely rude and unkind to their customers last time I visited. I understand that it's stressful for them to have to deal with long lines of customers, but it's very unprofessional to take it out on them.

Jahnavi Raman

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Fun for me, but my mom had to get her finger stitched after a tubing accident. My parents said that it was not very kid friendly, but i thought it was alright. also i suck at driving snow mobiles oops

Dylan Wheeler19

Saturday, April 14, 2018
Food is incredibly expensive I got a milk and twix and it cost $7. But the place was amazing but I would recommend bringing snacks and then buy the hamburger. Bring goggles that would fit with a helmet for the kids. Extra socks are nice to change into after going inside to eat.

Samuel Hayden

Monday, April 2, 2018
Went to ski half day. Big chair wasn't running, so only the beginner chair was open. Yet, they wouldn't cut any deals on ticket price. When 75% of your mountain is closed, and somebody is looking to ski for the last couple hours in a day, tickers should be discounted more than by a meager $10. A regular day pass is already too expensive for the size of this resort. However, this does look like it would be a great area to learn to ski or snowboard. I ended up walking away. 50+ bucks for a bunny hill for two hours is tooooo much.


Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Very nice slop for beginners and intermediate. Also their kids play are is really good. Specially the sledge carousel and handled snowboards.

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