Sierra-at-Tahoe Extends 2022/23 Season to April 23

TWIN BRIDGES, California. – April 7, 2023- Sierra-at-Tahoe is extending the 2022/23 season until Sunday, April 23 with a bonus Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, April 24 to benefit local youth + recreation in South Lake Tahoe.  

Sitting at 680”, the second highest annual snowfall in Sierra’s 76-year history, this will provide guests and loyal Season Passholders to take advantage of bluebird days, spring skiing conditions, and a stacked lineup of events this weekend through closing day. 

April 17-April 23 Operations  

Starting Monday, April 17 through Sunday, April 23, Sierra will spin Grandview Express, Easy Rider Express, and Rock Garden chairlifts giving guests access to over 30 trails that range from green level groomers all the way to black level terrain in Jack’s Bowl. In addition, south shore’s only Halfpipe along with the legendary terrain parks will continue to be modified for eager park riders to lap via Rock Garden and Easy Rider Express. West Bowl, Huckleberry Gates 4+5, and the Backside will be closed to focus on frontside operations. 

Hours of operation will remain the same, open 7 days a week from 9:00AM-4:00PM on weekdays and 8:30AM-4:00PM on weekends. 

Spring is the perfect time to learn to ski or ride with warm temperatures and soft conditions. Adult Ski + Ride School and Wild Mountain Children’s Center will be operating and available on a first-come first-serve basis—walk-ins are welcome! Rentals will also be available for any of your skiing or riding needs. 

April 24, 10:00AM-2:00PM: Customer Appreciation Day   

To close out a near record-breaking year, Sierra will treat guests to an extra day of shredding the slopes to make final turns and reminisce about the plentiful powder-filled days this comeback season. All lift ticket proceeds from Customer Appreciation Day will benefit local youth recreation + education in South Lake Tahoe, including baseball, soccer, swimming and more. 

Sierra will operate a limited number of lifts on April 24, from 10:00AM-2:00PM, including Grandview Express + Rock Garden + Easy Rider Express. Guests can pay tribute to Paul Beran, former Director of Mountain Operations who left a legacy at Sierra and was a pillar in the community, at the top of Grandview Express at 2:00PM for the official ‘last run of the season’ spinning the last chair in his honor. 

Last call at the Sierra Pub will be 2:45PM, just in time for the ending of all winter operations at 3:00PM. 

Non-Season Passholders of all ages can purchase a discounted lift ticket for only $50, and all passholders are invited to get one more scan before we say sayonara to the season.  

2023/24 Season Passes on Sale Now: Prices Go Up After April 30 

2023/24 Season Passes are on sale now starting as low as $299 and new passholders can ski for free the rest of this season. Passes come loaded with benefits such as BFF tickets, 20% off on-mountain purchases + access to 60 FREE days of skiing with the Powder Alliance with perks starting at the beginning of the 2023/24 season. 

Phase 02 Caldor Fire Restoration 

Phase 02 of restoration from the Caldor Fire will begin shortly after the season ends with plans to utilize the current snowpack to assist with removal of fire-weakened trees. The restoration focus will be on areas in the East + Backside that were closed during the 2022/23 season with a goal of a full reopening of those areas for the 2023/24 season. 

A true rise from the ashes, Sierra is thankful for the monumental support and fighting spirit this comeback season and looks forward to an even more promising 2023/24 winter season ahead.  

Press Contact 
Shelby Dunlap 

About Sierra-at-Tahoe   

Play is the name of the game at Sierra-at-Tahoe, where 2,000 acres and 2,212 vertical feet of skiable terrain offer skiers + riders the freedom to explore their style at any level. With restoration efforts complete for phase 01, after a season off due to damage sustained from the Caldor Fire, Sierra welcomes long-time loyalist and new friends back to explore. Whether it’s sending big mountain terrain via Huckleberry Canyon, carving down new sunbathed groomers in West Bowl, learning a new trick in the Sierra Playgrounds or the exhilaration of making one’s first turns on Sierra’s Sculpted Learning Terrain, there is a new landscape and a place for you here, that is just waiting to be discovered. Welcome back to Sierra, #WherePlayReignsFree. For more information please visit