A holiday shopping list that will stoke out any shredder and make you the real MVP this holiday season.
Early last week, Sierra received its first legit snowfall of the season, and those big fluffy flakes got us feelin’ some type of way thinking about the winter to come!
This season El Niño delivered plenty of leg-shaking pow days, leaving your homies on the East Coast to curse your name. Hopefully their jealousy subsides now that spring has arrived, bringing the sunshine and good vibes along with it!
After our latest storm system dropped 50 INCHES of snow over the span of eight days, it’s hard to believe that we are nearly halfway through the month of March. El Nino can’t get enough of the Sierras and keeps bringing the goods, with over a foot of snow forecasted to fall before the end of the day Monday!
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to ride Sierra’s five backcountry gates, you know the excitement and freedom that comes along with dropping a cliff, navigating a chute, and popping a powdery pillow. The amazingly fun and playful terrain in Huckleberry Canyon gives riders the ability to get creative and #keepwinterweird Sierra style, which makes it perfect for hosting a freeride competition!
This Valentine’s Day weekend love is in the air and our Sierra family is definitely feeling the vibes!
Happy Shredruary, fam! While we have been fortunate enough to receive over 300 inches of snowfall so far this season, most forecasts are in agreement that El Nino is taking a break and we're going to have some mild weather for a bit. Don't fret! With a freshly cut halfpipe and plenty of activities planned, February is going to be yet another amazing month with conditions better than we've seen them in a few winters.
As of today, Sierra has reached over 300 inches of snowfall, more than doubling the snowfall total from last season!
This week, top athletes and Sierra family members Maddie Bowman, Jamie Anderson, Kyle Smaine, and Hannah Teeter have taken over Aspen, CO reppin hard for Sierra at the Winter X Games! Each athlete has brought their own style and flair to their event, making Sierra proud and crushing it in the process!
It doesn’t matter if you’re a skier or snowboarder, beginner or expert, we can all agree on one thing: getting injured sucks. The worst part is, it always seems to happen doing something exponentially uncool.