Sierra-at-Tahoe Announces Improvements for 2017/18 Winter Season

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – October 11, 2017 - Sierra-at-Tahoe delivers a snowsports experience unlike any other. With an average of 460 inches of organic, locally-sourced and GMO-Free snow, Sierra has something for everyone. Snowsport discoverers to local heroes, Sierra makes everyone feel at home. In 2017/18 Sierra is committed to enhancing the guest experience and making your trip to the Tahoe basin unforgettable. Here’s how:

Expanded Sculpted Learning Terrain

Learning to ski or snowboard is all about balance, control and movement. To help with this, Sierra has an expanded learning environment that features SMART TERRAIN®. Designated, sculpted terrain that fosters an elevated learning curve so guests can progress more efficiently and gain confidence in their new sport. With affordable options, sculpted learning terrain and certified instructors, it’s no wonder why Sierra is the place to learn to ski or snowboard in Lake Tahoe.

From Sierra to South Korea: Winter Olympics 2018

Sierra-at-Tahoe provided a foundation for some of the worlds best athletes. Olympic gold medalists Jamie Anderson, Maddie Bowman and Hannah Teter all call Sierra home and will competing on the world stage yet again at the 2018 Winter Olympics. While all three girls participate in different disciplines, you can catch the athletes training at Sierra on any given day. If you’re looking to ski or ride with an Olympian, Sierra-at-Tahoe is the spot.

Updated Food and Beverage Offerings

As no stranger to emerging food trends, we’ve revamped our menus at the base area and on-mountain dining locations in 2017/18. Sierra will continue to source sustainable, healthier food options in the Solstice Eatery, with the hungry snowsport enthusiast in mind. This value isn’t going to eat itself.

Powder Alliance Continues to Grow

The Powder Alliance welcomes La Parva, Chile and Bogus Basin in Idaho to the list of world class resorts offered to all Sierra Season Passholders. Sierra passholders can score 3 free days at La Parva or Bogus Basing along with 14 other resorts, to complete 48 days of free skiing at some of the best powder stashes in the west and around the world. Our ability to stretch the guests’ dollar is part of why Sierra-at-Tahoe offers the best value in Tahoe for passholders.

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About Sierra-at-Tahoe

Sierra-at-Tahoe boasts 2,000 acres and 2,212 vertical feet of dynamic terrain with panoramic views of Lake Tahoe from the summit and one of the deepest snowpacks in the region. Access to expert off-piste terrain in Huckleberry Canyon, incredible tree runs, a commitment to consistent, quality grooming and excellent beginner programs, including a $49 beginner package, make Sierra Resort a favorite Northern California resort. Easy to get to and always welcoming, Sierra-at-Tahoe is located just 12 miles from South Lake Tahoe and offers Ski & Stay packages with local resorts and casinos. Known as the “locals spot,” Sierra is a bastion of the authentic California ski experience. Where unserious fun is taken seriously.