For skiers and snowboarders, the 2010-11 season was one to remember in the Lake Tahoe region. A total of 763 inches of snowfall, 40-plus powder days, countless face shots, and plenty of sunshine made it a memorable season for Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort.
With the promise of another big season possibly on the way, Sierra is offering its season pass for skiing and snowboarding that accesses the 2,000-acre Sierra resort that includes wind-protected slopes, tree skiing, extreme backcountry terrain, six terrain parks, and the south shore’s only Superpipe.
Note that prices below are subject to change after Sept. 30.
Sierra Value Pass– $219
The SierraValue Pass is designed for people who like to shred mid-week and have the mountain all to themselves. Three visits to the Sierra and the pass pays for itself. The Sierra Value Pass is valid Sunday through Friday excluding blackout dates.
Blackout Dates: Dec. 26-31, 2011; Jan. 14-15, 2012; Feb. 18-19, 2012
Sierra Unlimited Pass – $369
This pass is good for skiers, riders and families who want unlimited access to the mountain seven days a week, all season long with no restrictions.
Prices are $369 for Adults, $269 for Young Adults (13-22), and only $99 for Children (5-12). Ski or ride whenever you want all season long with no blackout dates.
Sierra Unlimited College Pass- $269
College students now have the option of skiing or riding Sierra all winter long any day of the week – even over holiday breaks. The pass is valid every day, all season long. Students must be enrolled in six credits or more for the fall semester in order to apply.
Sierra is located off Highway 50, 12 miles from South Lake Tahoe. For more information, visit www.SierraAtTahoe.com or call 530 659-7453.
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