Top 10 Things to Do at Sierra At Tahoe
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Catch the Golden Girls – You’ve seen them all over the world, but Sierra-at-Tahoe is the only spot that Olympic gold medalists, Jamie Anderson, Maddie Bowman and Hannah Teter call home. When they aren’t out crushing the competition scene worldwide, you might run into them doing park laps or getting deep on a powder day right here at their home resort.
Nationally Recognized Terrain Parks – For freestylers, a commitment to innovative terrain parks has led to Sierra Resort being recognized by TransWorld SNOWboarding as a Top 10 Overall Resort as well as among the Top 10 Best Parks and Pipes in the nation. Sierra-at-Tahoe offers parks for all skill levels from beginner (small) to advanced (large) all incorporated with Smart Style tips and easy access for park laps!
Solstice Plaza – Right in the heart of Sierra-at-Tahoe lies the Solstice Plaza, featuring great views of the action on Lower Main and Broadway, fire pits and zero gravity chairs. The Solstice Plaza holds the Solstice Eatery where guests can indulge on healthy food options, the retail shop and our demo center, where guests can take the latest equipment out for a spin.
320 acres of backcountry heaven – Huckleberry Canyon, Sierra-at-Tahoe’s in-bound mecca of steep and deep terrain, has long been lauded by locals as the best and most accessible backcountry terrain in Lake Tahoe. The cliff drops, cornices, rock chutes, open bowls, gladed runs and pillow lines are accessible through five backcountry gates from the top of Grandview Express.
Star Wars Riglet Park – Kids ages 3-12 can harness their inner Jedi in the Burton Star Wars™ Riglet Park! The Burton Star Wars™ Riglet Park gives kids the opportunity to learn how to snowboard using terrain-based teaching, iconic Star Wars™ characters and Burton Learn to Ride technology and techniques. Young snowboarders will get the chance to “defeat the dark side” and become Jedi Knights by conquering their fears of sliding on snow. Kids will learn to snowboard in a one-of-a-kind environment unlike any other in the universe.
Quirky events – Sierra-at-Tahoe is not inhibited by a stuffy corporate landscape. Rather, you’ll find fun, quirky events and be encouraged to participate in the fun. Whether it’s Local’s Night in the Sierra Pub, the Salsa Showdown or Pony Hop Races on the Solstice Plaza, Sierra-at-Tahoe takes the cake for originality
360 BBQ – The restaurant with the best view of Lake Tahoe! Take the Grandview lift to the top of Sierra-at-Tahoe and enjoy a beer and brisket platter at the 360° Smokehouse BBQ! If the smell of smoked meat doesn’t draw you in, maybe it’s the sweet smell of cornbread waiting to be devoured. Feet tired from a hard day of riding? Grab a pair of complimentary slippers on your way in and dry your boots in our boot heaters. Cold drinks, BBQ, and comfy slippers? Treat yo self!
Laps in West Bowl – Carve the cords in West Bowl and cruise down to the Baja grill, where you can soak up the sun on the outdoor deck with a beer and taco in hand! The vibe in the west is the best, and with the West Bowl Express we make sure you’re spending less time in lines and more time shredding them.
Tubing and Snowplay including Snowshoeing – No winter vacation to Lake Tahoe is complete until you’ve raced down the tubing hill at Sierra-at-Tahoe in a gigantic donut. The two lift accessible tubing lanes have a start deck for easy take-off and a gentle run-out that will allow a comfortable stop. To get back to the top, just lay back and relax while the rope tow pulls the tube back up the top.
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