Thanks to everyone for an amazing season! Sierra-at-Tahoe is CLOSED and assessing damage from the Caldor Fire before we can resume operations for the 2021/22 ski season.
Welcome to Blizzard Mountain, one of Sierra's best family-friendly winter attractions! Two lift-accessible snow tubing lanes, an expanded snow play, sledding area that allows little (and big) ones to explore the winter outdoors at their own pace all make Blizzard Mountain one of the most entertaining spots to spend an afternoon at the mountain.
No winter vacation to Lake Tahoe is complete until you have raced down the tubing hill at Sierra-at-Tahoe in a gigantic doughnut. The two lift-accessible tubing lanes have a start deck for easy take-off and a gentle run-out that will allow a comfortable stop. To get back to the top, just lay back and relax while the rope tow pulls the tube up to the start deck.
Tubing & Snow Play
Non-peak / Peak Price
|Tubing: 10am - 4pm (2-hour increments)||$TBD/$TBD|
|Snow Play (All Day)||$TBD/$TBD|
Tubing is on a first come, first serve basis. The fee is based on a 2-hour tubing time period: 10am-12pm, 12pm-2pm, 2pm-4pm. Children under 42" free with paying adult.
*Tickets sold only at Blizzard Mountain, not available online. Last tickets sold at 3pm.
All prices subject to change. Tubing, sledding and snow play hours are weather and conditions permitting. Tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis and are subject to sell out; we recommend arriving early.
Tubing (when offered) price includes tubing lift ticket and tube rental as well as entry into Blizzard Mountain. Sledding and snow play (when offered) price includes access to the sledding hill and access to a snow play area. Sleds and snacks are available for purchase at the ticket window.
Children under 42 inches will need to be accompanied by a paying adult.
All 2021/22 Season Passes include our Recess program, to give you peace of mind. With the Recess program, all products purchased prior to November 30, 2021 are valid for the 2021/22 + 2022/23 season.
Since we shared our last update, we have been busy bringing experts to Sierra to evaluate and help us outline our plans to open the resort safely, and as soon as possible. Engineers, arborists, and...