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Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski & Ride

Keepin' It Real

Ask any local what they love about Sierra-at-Tahoe® Resort and, aside from the 480 annual inches of fresh powder a year, 2,212 vertical feet, access to Huckleberry Canyon, state-of-the-art terrain parks, wind protected slopes, and carveable corduroy, they’ll tell you it’s the vibe.

Where après ski still means a cold beer with your friends, where epic snow conditions and mountain terrain are why people still make the trip, and where we remember why we fell in love with skiing and riding in the first place, Sierra-at-Tahoe is a bastion of the authentic California winter experience.

Toss in gorgeous views of Lake Tahoe, 300 days of sunshine a year, and massive amounts of snow and Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is definitely Keepin’ It Real.

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Lake Tahoe skiing that's fun for the whole family

Sierra makes Lake Tahoe skiing a truly fun-filled family affair. Adults and teenagers enjoy their beautiful slopes and easy-service facilities. They have grown to be one of the largest Lake Tahoe skiing resorts with over 2,000 acres. Their Lake Tahoe slopes are serviced by ten chairlifts, including three express quads.




Voted 4th best terrain park in America by TransWorld Snowboarding Magazine 2006, Sierra-at-Tahoe Parks and Pipes is perfect for the pro-rider or the amateur looking to improve their skills.



Nordic Skiing

Telemarking..."If you free your heel, you ski for real."

Or so say the instructors at the Sierra-at-Tahoe Telemark Center.  (Cut them some slack. They're good guys).


Mountain Masters (ages 16+)

6-day program for intermediate or advanced telemarkers ages 16+.

Friday Clinics

Annual Telemark Festival

Join them for 2 days of Telegrass clinics, Bluegrass bands and equipment demos!

All can be found online.

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