LAS VEGAS (November 10, 2020) –The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has issued a record of decision on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Lee Canyon's expansion plan. In 2011, the USFS accepted Lee Canyon's Master Development Plan; the EIS was a vital next step.
Every Friday in March Lee Canyon hosts 'Feel Good Fridays', a fundraiser supporting High Fives Foundation.
The fundraiser offers discounted lift tickets, with a portion of each ticket donated directly to the non-profit. High Fives Foundation is a non-profit whose mission is to focus on preventing life-changing injuries, and provide resources and hope if they happen.
Each year Lee Canyon partners up with the community to put on a clothing drive benefiting Project 150.
Project 150 is a local non-profit whose mission is, "to offer support and services to homeless high school students in the Southern Nevada area so they can stay in school through graduation and build a successful future."
In 2014, 20-year-old Chris Ruby, a Las Vegas resident and avid snowboarder, tragically passed away.
Chris was an organ donor, and while this tragic loss deeply impacted our community, his decision to be an organ donor ended up saving over 90 lives. To cherish Chris's legacy and impact, an all-ages ski and snowboard race dubbed the 'Chris Ruby Cup' is put on each winter to support organ donation awareness.
Discover Lee Canyon
Introducing a great new way to discover Lee!
The Discover Lee in 3 program is specially designed for those new to skiing and snowboarding & ready to take it to the next level! Get three days of lift tickets, ski or snowboard rentals, & three lessons! Use your three days whenever you want before the end of the winter season.
PLUS, once you complete your last day, receive a FREE RIDE LOCAL CARD (a $79 value) and be locked into discounted $39 lift tickets ALL SEASON LONG!