With tree fellers on the ground, helicopters in the air, and logging trucks on the road, phase 02 of restoration from the 2021 Caldor Fire is underway, and from what we’ve seen already, the 2023/24 season is anticipated to pack an even bigger punch- with new trails, bigger bowls, and the chance for guests to trailblaze the ‘newest terrain’ in the ski industry.
Terrain. Terrain is everything. From long rolling slopes to steep cliffs, what the mountain provides is what you work with + mountains are made by the terrain they provide. Within those boundaries is where we have unleashed the natural limitations.
We were put to the test with 100MPH+ winds knocking off communication lines in West Bowl, but we are no strangers to a challenge, and thrilled to announce WEST BOWL IS BACK.
Our goal is to continue to share what we know -- and what we’re still learning -- with you as we continue to gather more information.
The dedication to get Sierra back on her feet was already strong, but now — it’s personal. We honor and reflect on the legacy of passed Sierra family member, John Paul Beran, Director Mountain Operations
Cheers to you, Sierra fam. We made the most of a most uncertain season and had a pretty darn good time in the process. As the season fades into sweet memories, let’s take a look back at some highlights.
Take a deep dive in terrain park history at Sierra and witness the play-gression that happens on and off the mountain featuring General Manager, John Rice and Builder, Chloe Butel.
At Sierra we prioritize Play all season long, but especially so come springtime. The sun is out + the season is fleeting, so every last drop of fun is squeezed from the sweet mountain snow! With spring skiing comes a trip to Sierra-at-Cabo. It's that authentic vibe that keeps the soul and fun of skiing and riding alive + well. Spring skiing at our Tahoe-turned-Cabo resort is a feeling best felt, as opposed to described.
It’s been a season unlike any other, but we all show up, day after day, for the same reason + to chase the same sensation. Get an insider perspective on what it’s like to be employed at a ski resort this year + understand what the why of our work really is.
For the last fifteen years, autumn has been filled with the anticipation of ski season and the excitement of one of our favorite community events: Keep Sierra Clean Day.