Keep Sierra Clean Day
Sierra-at-Tahoe’s Keep Sierra Clean Day is BACK for its 15th year! And this year we are going extra GREEN. While staying true to our roots we will also be planting new ones. Keep Sierra Clean Day 2023 will be an opportunity to give the beloved mountain the refresh she needs by collecting trash + treasures of years past, as well as the chance to replant an all-new piece of Sierra-at-Tahoe. Hike areas of the mountain to clean up the grounds + participate in reforesting select areas with seedlings provided by the El Dorado RCD.
This is a FREE family-friendly event with lunch provided, live music + more! Don’t forget the always all-around good vibes!
What you need to know:
- Registration check-in starts at 9AM (Pre-register below)
- Mountain + lift access starts at 10AM
- Awards at 2PM (Please note: There will be no clean-up teams this year. Come with your friends, clean-up + replant with your group, however all prizes will be awarded on an individual basis.)
- Event ends at 3PM
- FREE lunch for all registered participants
- Trash bags + gloves provided
- Be sure to bring appropriate hiking gear, snacks, water, + sunscreen for you and your crew
Pre-register by 10/8/23 to ensure your spot!
Have questions regarding Season Passes? Don't stress, our Season Pass Office will be open during the event to help you buy, pickup, and answer any questions.
LOCAL BUSINESSES: Are you interested in a booth space in the Vendor Village? Reach out for more details! Chelsea Grabham-Mader, Event Manager / email@example.com / 530-543-3139.
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Keep Sierra Clean Day is BACK for its 15th year! And this year we are going extra GREEN. While staying true to our roots we will also be planting new ones. Give our beloved mountain the refresh she needs by collecting trash + treasures of years past, as well as the chance to replant an all-new piece of Sierra-at-Tahoe.