Snow Reporter's Blog

10/31/2011 | By Steve
Happy Halloween

In honor of Halloween we've posted a photo and a few videos for you to enjoy. Happy Halloween. 

Sierra employees "working hard" this Halloween! 

Insane Halloween Light Show.

Classic Halloween Tune

The Exorcist Remix

Trick or Treat! 

10/25/2011 | By Steve
Feeders to Downtown Throwdown

What do you get when you put scaffolding, rails, snow, 90 degree weather, 30 plus amature shredders, and a mall parking lot together... an AWESOME time.  This past Saturday the Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento played host to The Feeders Rail Jam. It was an awesome event and the riders were going mental. If you missed it make sure you DO NOT miss this weekends Downtown Throwdown in San Fran at the Fulton Street and Larkin Civic Center. Top pros will be throwing down, we'll be partying, have a table set up, and having a grand ol time. The winner of this weekends Feeders will also be competing... See you in the city.  


For more info on the Downtown Throwdown click HERE!!! 

10/18/2011 | By Steve
Keep Sierra Clean Day Recap

You know what is radical? When more than 175 members of the community come up to Sierra Resort to help clean up the mountain on Keep Sierra Clean Day. That is extremly radical. 

This past Sunday, October 16, 2011, over 1,750 pounds of trash was brought in off the slopes, including 2 snowboards, a few skis, an iPhone (that still worked), a digital camera and even a lift ticket from back when Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort was Sierra Ski Ranch. Plastic bottles, cans, trail fencing and signs were also collected while cleaning up the mountain. “We’re lucky to have such a loyal guests who care deeply enough about the environment to come up here on a weekend and help us clean it up, “ said big dog and SIerra Resort General Manager John Rice. 

Click HERE to see an entire photo gallery of the event on Facebook (also give us a "Like" on our page if you haven't yet). A huge shout-out goes out to everyone who made the day such a huge success and Rob Armenti for providing jams all afternoon.

10/07/2011 | By Steve

Due to Mother Nature’s early gift of snow, we will be postponing Keep Sierra Clean Day until Sunday, October 16th.  Next week’s skies are forecasted to be clear which will allow us to get out on the mountain and clean her up to help prep for the coming La Niña winter! Pull out your sturdy hiking boots, grab your friends and family, and get your old gear ready for the ski swap!

Keep Sierra Clean Day

10/06/2011 | By Steve
Deja Vu?

La Nina is back and she is not messing around. She already dropped 16" of snow at the summit and it is still coming down! Will we top last year's record of 763" and 40 powder days? Only time will tell! If this week's storms are a reflection of the winter to come, be sure to have your season pass in hand for when the lifts start spinning. Stay stoked!