Sierra at Tahoe

Sierra at Tahoe offers one of the best traditional ski lodge experiences at Lake Tahoe. Located south of the lake, in the Eldorado National Forest and not far from the towns of South Lake Tahoe and Stateline, the slopes at this resort boast excellent ski conditions, with an abundance of soft powder every year. The Sierra Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe caters to all types of visitors, from the complete beginner to the seasoned adventurer, with a wide range of slope grades and activities for every season.

The actual Sierra Lodge is set a bit of distance from the lake, while the slopes and parks of this ski resort in Tahoe stretch nearly to the shores of the lake itself. There are about 2,000 acres of ski area within the resort, and more than 2,200 feet of vertical inclines, as well as updated terrain parks, protected slopes, corduroy for cutting and carving with skis, and Huckleberry Canyon, a new 320-acre area packed with raw, steep terrain. All of these features create an adventurous atmosphere for visitors of Sierra at Tahoe, but the entire experience goes beyond just adventure. Guests can enjoy a drink or relax at the lodge after a day of skiing or snowboarding, and many visitors prefer the Sierra at Tahoe ski resort for this reason alone—access to the traditional ski lodge experience.

Among the many winter activities that take place at the lodge are skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and snow tubing, meaning there’s something for everyone, even young children. While at the Sierra at Tahoe ski resort, guests are invited to stop in for a bite to eat or even a cocktail or two during Apres Ski, which is ski-lodge terminology for happy hour. If you don’t have your own gear, this ski resort in Lake Tahoe provides guests with an array of supplies for purchase or rent.

Additionally, novices are encouraged to participate in the lessons offered. Adult programs consist of lessons for the amateurs, as well as options to allow intermediate and expert skiers to brush up on the basics or continue to develop already acquired skills. Vacationers with children can take advantage of several programs, including private and group lessons, day care for the very young, Sierra Teams for ages 8 to adult, Rippers Development Team for developing already acquired skills, and several other entertaining resources for children. This is one of the most family-friendly resorts in Tahoe, which is well worth keeping in mind when you’re choosing the best place to be on your vacation.

When choosing accommodations, guests can stay in South Lake Tahoe in order to be relatively close to the Sierra at Tahoe ski resort. The Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge, among other hotels in the area, is a popular place to stay, but South Lake Tahoe also has hotels to meet nearly any budget, and the hotels in Stateline include plenty of casino resorts, if you’re interested in taking advantage of some of the best nightlife in Tahoe during your trip.

Whether you’re learning new ski skills, exploring the mountains, or just relaxing and the lodge, guests of Sierra at Tahoe are guaranteed to have a memorable getaway. The array of things to do here means there’s something for every traveler, and with so many activities in South Lake Tahoe and Stateline, this can be a simple ski trip or the perfect combination of city and country during your vacation.

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