To our passholders and friends,
On behalf of the entire Sierra-at-Tahoe team, I wanted to share with you what we currently know about the damage caused by the Caldor Fire at Sierra. I also want to assure you that while some things will look different, we are doing everything in our power to open, operate, and welcome you back for Sierra’s 75th season.
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.
What does play mean to you? At Sierra-at-Tahoe, we believe that play is part of the essence of skiing + riding. Follow along as we ask members of our community, from Olympic Gold Medalist Maddie Bowman to Lincoln, the smallest grom, how they play at Sierra.
If you’re like us, you’ve been trying to find creative ways to keep on playing, even if it’s from your living room. And, with that in mind, we killed a few of our newfound hours by making you this list.
The mountains are our home, where we go to escape, and to reinvigorate our souls. But right now, that's not an option. Here’s to putting our Sierra family first, to getting through this together, and to the many turns to come. Sit back and enjoy this video.
The one thing we love more than snow here at Sierra are our guests! Our mountain is nothing without you, so we decided to take a closer look at what you love about coming to Sierra. Happy Valentine's Day!