There’s everything to love about night skiing: the lines are shorter, the riders are better, and the sunsets (if you can see them) are beautiful. If you’d like to go near Lake Tahoe, then there’s only two places to do it: Boreal and Squaw Valley.
Above is pictured Boreal–as you can see, it’s somewhat park-focused. But there are runs available for all sorts of riders, from black diamonds to a mile-long beginner run.
And here is Squaw Valley. The night run, as you can see, is isolated, beautiful, and 3.2 miles in breezy length. But don’t fret! Along it there are terrain parks and features for all levels of rider.
Both these mountains are just northwest of the lake in close proximity to each other, so take your pick. They’re both reasonably priced for night riding, and they’re both fantastic.