Sierra Resort open for guests snowboarder
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is open and offers guests fun mountain activities for all ability levels.
Sierra Resort has top to bottom skiing/riding that includes 23 open trails and 6 lifts, a terrain park and snow play. Current conditions offer families, beginners, and intermediates a great opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and learn to ski or snowboard in comfortable conditions.
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort traditionally receives the most snow in the Lake Tahoe basin. The mountain is also north facing, and allows snow to stay longer to give guests a great product to ski/ride.
Our Mountain is Humble. It's Also Huge.
Living in Tahoe for 25 years I've seen a lot of changes around here. I've seen things grow, expand and get done up. Now I love all that, but I also get to missing what made Tahoe so great when I came here. The blue skies, rugged beauty and awesome skiing. That's why I'm proud to belong to a resort that is doing their part to keep that real, genuine Tahoe feel.
And though the authentic Tahoe vibe can be felt throughout Sierra-at-Tahoe® Resort, the essence can be seen in the mountain itself. With 480" annual snowfall and over 2,200 vertical feet, the mountain offers deep and steep. Jack's Bowl is still my favorite tree-run, and Huckleberry Canyon can give me a good scare on a powder day. And, yes, every now and then you'll see me ride the superpipe with Hannah Teter or hit the rails with Jamie Anderson. My kids grew up learning in Wild Mountain Children's Center, and it's still the best place for kids to learn. This mountain is chock-full of great people, great terrain and a laid-back vibe. It feels good to know that Sierra truly is keeping it real.
John Rice, General Manager
Learn about the managers working at Sierra Resort and how to join us.
Project: Green Sierra™ started by Sierra Resort employees and tips on how you can help.
Read about the original founders of Sierra Resort and the Resort's timeline beginning in 1859.