The ski resort of Sierra at Tahoe has runs of all difficulty levels. The beautiful forest runs in the West Bowl offer lots of variety and are mostly intermediate to difficult. The slopes on Huckleberry Mountain are very varied too. When skiing or snowboarding on the higher slopes in the resort, you can enjoy beautiful views of the deep-blue Lake Tahoe. Beginners can find an ideal area around the base station.
Total: 46.5 km
Valley run available The lowest point in the ski resort is at the West Bowl base station at 2,024 metres. You always need to take the lift back up from here. Car parks are located at the Base Lodge at 2,225 metres. Slopes lead to all points.
under tree line
Sugar n'Spice · Length 4 km · Elevation difference 484 m
Most difficult run
Huckleberry Canyon · Length 1 km · Elevation difference 400 m