Sierra-at-Tahoe is often overlooked by destination skiers visiting the South Shore due in part to the areas own strategy of being "Lake Tahoe's Full Service, Value Oriented, DAY Use Snowsports Resort." What exactly does that mean? Basically that other than on-site lodging, Sierra-at-Tahoe has pretty much everything else you are probably looking for in a ski resort like 2,000 acres of terrain, a 2,212 vertical rise, 46 trails, 6 terrain parks, 9 chair lifts and 3 surface lifts and...oh yeah, about 560 inch of snowfall on average. As for that whole lodging thing, the resort is located just 30 minutes away from South Lake Tahoe where there are plenty of options and Sierra at Tahoe even runs a shuttle which stops at over 40 of them.
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September 20, 2012
On-hill upgrades to look forward to this season.
October 7, 2011
Significant amounts of snowfall have blanketed Utah, Tahoe, Wyoming, and Colorado. Wolf Creek (CO) is even open for weekends, starting October 7. So what does all this white stuff look like? Check out these photos.
March 23, 2011
Chances are, you can enjoy springtime skiing wherever you are— there’s snow in California, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Vermont.
April 9, 2010
The only thing better than spring skiing? Spring skiing with mid-winter conditions. We hate to see the ski season end for most resorts in the next few weeks, but what a way to say goodbye. Here are some slopes that got buried this week and are fooling the calendar.