Sierra's famous terrain broken down by the numbers.

Trails and Terrain

It's All About the Mountain

  • 2,000 Acres
  • 2,212’ Vertical Rise
  • 8,852’ Top Elevation
  • 6,640’ Bottom Elevation
  • 46 Trails
  • 25% Easier
  • 50% More Difficult
  • 25% Most Difficult
  • Longest Run: Sugar n’ Spice - 2.5 miles from the top of the mountain
  • 5 Gates access Huckleberry Canyon backcountry


14 Lifts

  • 3 Express Quad Chair Lifts
  • 5 Double Chair Lifts
  • 1 Triple Chair Lift
  • 5 Surface Lifts

Terrain Parks

  • 6 Terrain Parks - Small, Medium, and Large
  • Burton Progression Park
  • Smokey Boarder X
  • TransWorld SNOWboarding Top 10-rated Halfpipe

Family Adventures

  • 4 Adventure Zones - just for kids
  • Blizzard Mountain with 2 lift accessed tubing hills and a snowplay area
  • Snowshoe trails - 3 miles

Hours of Operation

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Weekends and Holidays

Snow and Weather

Average Annual Snowfall

400+ inches direct from Mother Nature


Mid-November through mid-April (conditions permitting)


  • Avg. Annual Days of Sunshine: 274 winter days
  • Average Winter Daytime High: 45°F
  • Average Winter Overnight Low: 19°F

Season Passes On Sale Now

Unlimited Skiing/Riding for only $479

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Huckleberry To Host Event

Known by locals and fans as some of the best and most accessible backcountry terrain in Lake Tahoe, Huckleberry Canyon will host the Sierra-at-Tahoe Huck Cup. This 2-star Freeride World Tour Qualifying event, presented by Subaru, will take place on 320 acres featuring everything from mini-Alaskan style lines to triple drops to tight chutes.

Event Details
Get Your Grub On at Solstice Eatery

Newest restaurant on the block, the Solstice Eatery, provides a fresh-spin on mountain fare with wraps, salads, whole wheat and gluten-free pizzas + built-to-order ancient grain rice bowls. Enjoy your meal with a glass of wine or signature Tru Organics cocktail in the new Corkscrew Bar.

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