Sierra-at-Tahoe: Unparalleled Alpine Bliss in California
Nestled in the breathtaking Eldorado National Forest, Sierra-at-Tahoe stands out among California ski resorts for its diverse terrain, family-friendly atmosphere, and proximity to South Lake Tahoe. While Mammoth Mountain may boast a larger footprint, Sierra’s intimate setting and varied slopes make it a top choice for skiers and snowboarders seeking an authentic mountain experience.
Family-Friendly Atmosphere: Sierra is renowned for its welcoming vibe, making it an ideal choice for families.
Varied Terrain: From gentle slopes for beginners to challenging steeps for experts, Sierra caters to all skill levels.
Proximity to South Lake Tahoe: Just a short drive from South Lake Tahoe, visitors can easily explore the vibrant town and its amenities.
Smaller Resort Size: Compared to larger resorts, Sierra has a more intimate feel.
Limited Nightlife: The après-ski scene is quieter compared to resorts in more bustling towns.
Best Areas for Different Skill Levels:
Beginners/First-Time Skiers: Easy Street and the magic carpet area provide a gentle introduction.
Intermediates: Explore the long cruisers like Sugar ‘n Spice and Dynamite for a thrilling experience.
Experts: Steeps like Huckleberry Canyon challenge even the most advanced skiers and riders.
Freeriders/Snowboarders: Dynamite and Upper Snowshoe offer exciting tree runs and natural features.
Suggested Slopes for Different Occasions:
Full-Day Ride: Take on the Grandview Express and explore various slopes like Bashful and Bedrocks.
Shorter Rides: Carousel and the West Bowl Express provide quick laps for those short on time.
Specific Areas for Different Ages:
Kids: Easy Street and the Burton Progression Park cater specifically to young beginners.
Teens: The terrain parks, including the Alley and Broadway, offer exciting features for teenage riders.
Seniors: Enjoy the scenic views from Easy Street or opt for a relaxing ride on the Grandview Express.
This has been tested on over 2,500 new skiers over the past two years. We have taken the exact techniques from several Sierra at Tahoe’s pro skiers on what works best in their training and put it in this one course.
Lessons for All Ages and Levels.
YES! You can be absolutely UNSTOPPABLE on skis. By learning this system, you are going to take out frustration, the slow-trick learning, the falling, and the mediocrity.
Skiing is one of the most amazing sports in the world!
Do you want to effortlessly fly down slopes through powder? Ski Lessons of Sierra at Tahoe teaches the 10-Point Learning System. A system recommended by the U.S. -Russian Consulate General.
Now is a perfect time.
Experience the thrill of an experienced skier.
Fun and Satisfaction are Guaranteed!
- Weight Distribution
- Learn How To Balance
- Downhill, Cruising, or Slalom
- How To Use The Board For Transportation and Bomb the Steeps
- Basic Maneuvers (Power slide, Fast Turns, Ski Turns, etc)
- Intermediate (Moguls, Glade technique, Pole Planting)
- How to Ride the Half pipe, Get air, Grind, and do Tricks
Before and After Skiing - Don't Miss:
Stay: Consider lodging in South Lake Tahoe for a broader range of accommodations.
Park: Arrive early to secure a good parking spot, and utilize shuttles if available.
Lift Passes: Check for multi-day passes for cost-effective skiing.
Rent Gear: Visit Sierra Ski and Cycle Works for quality rentals.
Eat: Indulge in local cuisine at The Sierra Pub for a hearty post-ski meal.
Drink: Try the popular local drink, the “Tahoe Blue Vodka,” at local bars.
Relax After Ski: Unwind at The Ridge Tahoe’s spa for a rejuvenating experience.
Party: Head to South Lake Tahoe for a vibrant après-ski scene at places like The Loft.
See: Explore Emerald Bay State Park for stunning views of Lake Tahoe.
Best Location for Photos: Capture breathtaking shots from the top of the Tahoe King Lift.
Must Visit for Seniors: Discover the local art scene at Marcus Ashley Gallery in South Lake Tahoe.
Shopping: Explore the boutiques at The Shops at Heavenly Village for unique finds.
Souvenirs: Bring home Tahoe-themed items, such as locally crafted jewelry or art pieces.
Sierra at Tahoe Address
59265 Hwy 168, Lakeshore, CA
We meet outside of the base lodge for your first lesson. When ready, we take you down your first beginner trail.
Sierra at Tahoe Investment: (Full equipment rental available)
Private Lessons (Offered at Sierra at Tahoe ) – From $87.50/Student/Lesson
Group Lessons From $69/Student/ Lesson