Sierra-at-Tahoe's annual average snowfall total is 400+ inches directly from Mother Nature. Snowfall is measured from the first snow storm until closing day.

2022/23 Season Snowfall Totals


Season Total



Total Monthly Summit Snowfall Per SeasonNovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruary1/22020/212019/202018/192017/182016/172015/162014/150100200300400500600Month During Winter SeasonInches of Snow

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2022/23 Monthly Snowfall Totals

DayTime (5 AM-5 PM)
Overnight (5 PM-5 AM)
November 3Overnight12"8"
November 7Overnight11"6"
November 8Overnight36"24"
November 11Overnight6"4"

Month Total



Past Season Snowfall Totals: 2020/212019/20 | 2018/19 | 2017/18 | 2016/17 | 2015/16 | 2014/15

Caldor Fire Update

Sierra is gearing up for a winter like no other, reopening the resort for the 2022/23 season after being closed due to damage sustained by the Caldor Fire.  Ski/ride the beloved sun-kissed long laps in West Bowl your way— a new way. What used to be a place where tricks were hidden backstage in the trees, now will be your stage to perform. A place where old memories + new adventure unite. The road to reopening had every challenge possible thrown our way, and the feedback + insight from all those who love this mountain will be an invaluable asset. Ski it for yourself and be heard.

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2022/23 Season Passes on Sale

Sierra prides itself on continuing to offer Tahoe’s best deal on a 2022/23 season pass. With passholder perks like unlimited BFF tickets to stoke out your friends, 20% off on-mountain purchases, FREE Fridays + access to 60 FREE days at incredible independent resorts, join the Sierra Fam to take part in envisioning the future of your winter home.

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Good Things Come in 3's

Sierra’s 3-PAK lift tickets are perfect for those who aren’t ready to commit to a Season Pass but still want flexibility. Ski/ride for just $87 ANY day with NO blackout dates. Since you don’t have to use your days consecutively, you can save your 3-PAK for those powder days.