|Lifts open||Trails open||Trails groomed|
|Parks open||Pipe Status|
|US 50||SR 89||SR 88|
|Since 5 AM||Last 12 Hrs||Last 24 Hrs||Storm Total||Base||Season total|
Over the past twelve years TransWorld SNOWboarding has been polling thier readers and ranking the best overall resorts, parks and pipes in North America. In 2013 TransWorld SNOWboarding ranked Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort among the Top Ten Overall Resorts, Terrain Parks and received the editor’s pick for Best Value. It's the third year in a row Sierra has been recognized as a Top Ten Overall Resort and for the fifth time recognized for its terrain parks.
The Resort Poll ranks mountains based on mountain features such as parks and pipe, terrain, and other areas including vibe, snowfall, lodging, value, and food. Each year TransWorld readers are polled to rank their three favorite resorts based on their overall experience.
#6 Overall, #5 Terrain Parks, #3 in Value
The 2013 Resort Poll ranked Sierra Resort as the sixth best overall mountain in North America and fifth best park. Sierra Resort not only offers innovative terrain parks, but also a 2,000 acre mountain receiving 480 inches of snowfall annually, giving guests access to a powder paradise and variety of terrain for all abilities.
Sierra Resort was recognized as the fifth best terrain park in the nation, earned by scoring high in specific categories like jump and rail design, grooming, variety of features, overall vibe, and park challenge.
Nov. 2012 TransWorld SNOWboarding Resort Poll
Sierra Resort General Manager, John Rice, also known as the OG of snowboarding commented “Sierra is honored that TransWorld’s readers would consider us one of the top resorts in the country. Our commitment to quality parks starts with our staff and, in return, benefits our world-class athletes and faithful riders who call Sierra home. Year after year we are privileged to be among the top resorts and the recognition makes all the hard work worthwhile.”
Although we're stoked on the results we are commited to bringing you better parks and a better mountain this season. If you haven't bought your season pass yet do so TODAY! We'll see you on the slopes.