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Diamond Peak Base Lodge Renovation Update

Phase 1 is set for completion by November 1.

Incline Village, NV- The progress on the Diamond Peak Base Lodge Renovation has been dramatic! Phase 1 of the Diamond Peak Renovation has been on time and set for a completion of November 1, 2008.



Right now, the lower level is completely walled in. The third and final steel erection is underway with the major lift being completed on September 12th. A 70-ton crane is on-site to install the third floor roof trusses. With the installation of these trusses, framing of the third floor roof can be completed.


Diamond Peak Announces Season Pass Sale

Incline Village, NV- Diamond Peak 2008/09 season passes are on sale until Sep. 30, 2008, so now's your time to get a head start on your winter season! Save money off the regular rate by taking advantage of this special deal. You can buy a season pass for as low as $295 (a mid-week Adult resident rate) until the end of September. Our full pass non-resident rates include: $454 Adult, $209 College, $188 Youth (13-17), $156 Child (7-12), and $188 Senior (60-69). Discounts are available for residents of Incline Village / Crystal Bay.

Diamond Peak Base Lodge Renovation Well Underway

The $4 million dollar Diamond Peak Base Lodge is set for completion on November 1.

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Winter Olympian Nate Holland One of Eight Qualifiers for World Championships at Squaw Valley

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Holland to Join Seven Fellow Winter Olympians, Including Daron Rahlves, for World Professional Championships on Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

Split Personality

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Nevada's Incline Village may be known as a hideaway for the rich, but beneath its glamorous veneer lies a tight-knit, year-round community.

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