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Sierra-at-Tahoe

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Keepin' It Real

A GREAT MOUNTAIN

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort boasts over 2,000 acres and 46 trails of skiing and riding for all ability levels.

With breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and Lake Tahoe, Sierra is only 12 miles away.

Sierra also has over 2,200 feet of vertical drop with a 360-degree view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains at the Grandview Lodge. 

Sierra is the closest major ski resort to Sacramento and San Francisco, California.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort receives an average of 480" of snow every year. 

Home to the longest beginner run in Lake Tahoe, Sugar n’ Spice is a 2.5 mile beginner meander that extends from the summit to the base of the mountain, so even beginners can ski the mountain top-to-bottom. 

Guests tell Sierra that they offer some of Tahoe’s best fall-line skiing perfect for beginners, legendary tree skiing, wind protection on stormy days, nationally rated Parks & Pipes, and backcountry access that leads to endless bowls and untracked powder.

The mountain is why Sierra employees work there!

GREAT SERVICE

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is known for its fun and friendly atmosphere. Guests are greeted and welcomed as they arrive at the resort. Navigation is easy in the base area, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, their friendly staff are ready to help. 

Sierra is a day resort where friends and family can spend a fun day on the slopes together. It just feels right at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort!

GREAT PEOPLE

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is known as “the happy” ski resort. The vibe is always friendly, and everyone likes to chill. Sierra employees come from all over the world and the United States of America, trained and ready to deliver exceptional service while having fun.

 

 
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