Sierra-at-Tahoe will be CLOSED on Friday, March 1 due to forecasted "Blizzard Conditions"

This storm is coming in strong, cold, fast, and DEEP with models agreeing and forecasts ranging from 5-8 feet at Sierra over the next 3 days. Taking a note from the playbook last year, we have made the decision to proactively CLOSE OPERATIONS for Friday, 3/1 to preserve the safety of our guests + employees during the most intense wave of the storm. Please check back for updates as the storm rolls through on operational plans for Saturday. BLIZZARD WARNING

Kids Just Have More Fun

​Sierra-at-Tahoe's on-mountain themed adventure zones feature terrain elements such as rollers, mini jumps and banked turns that keep children entertained, while signage and animated characters educate them on local history and animal species.

Each adventure zone focuses on a theme and our Wild Mountain Ski and Snowboard school lessons incorporate the unique terrain and various interactive activities to help children improve their skiing/riding while learning the stories of the resort. 

Children participating in Wild Mountain lessons have the opportunity to explore these zones as well as other terrain based learning areas to hone their skills and experience more of the mountain. 

Kids, why not lead your parents on an adventure and show them what you learned!

Gold Rush

See the mineshaft full of gold! Ride through if you dare to travel back in time to 1849! ​

Story Stakes

Explore the over 75 year history of Sierra at Tahoe by visiting Story Stakes. From the story of the Pony Express all the way to the recent Caldor Fire, our Story Stakes highlight the old and new history of the terrain we ski and ride.