Editors Note: The Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort mountain representative and ever-so-lovable, Ralston the Bear, broke into the office and wrote this guest post for the Ski Lake Tahoe blog.
Despite popular belief, bears don't hibernate all winter. In fact I love winter, especially at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort.
Aug 17th 2012
You know that feeling when you really miss your girlfriend, haven't had a nice home cooked meal in a really long time or just feel empty inside. At Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort that's how we feel most of the summer.
Although we try to fill that void with bike rides, paddling, surfing and other activities. Nothing can replace the feeling of winter. There is something magical about a fresh blanket of snow, cool-refreshing mountain air and fresh corduroy.
Jul 24th 2012
I am writing this with an ear-to-ear grin because twenty minutes ago I was making knee-deep powder turns in a foot of fresh snow with a group of amazing people. Sierra-at-Tahoe is truly a magical place. Winter has returned once again and the forecast is calling for more snow throughout the week and into March.
Feb 29th 2012
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort takes a lot of pride in being the “local’s” mountain. We do our best at Sierra Resort to make each guest feel like they are part of our family, whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been here a hundred times. Either way we hope each time you come to the resort, you feel like you’re coming home.
Feb 15th 2012