$10 Lift Tickets at Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA For “Pre-Opening Day” From 12-4 On November 29th

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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – November 28, 2019 – Thanks to recent snowfall and with the Thanksgiving holiday in mind, Sierra-at-Tahoe will be running lifts a day early, on Friday, November 29, 2019, from 12-4PM for a pre-Opening Day event.

Lift tickets will be available for purchase at ticket windows for just $10, with half of all proceeds to be donated to the Food Bank of El Dorado County. Operations will be limited, with Easy Rider Express and Rock Garden scheduled to spin, conditions permitting.

“Sierra will be joining REI and Subaru in the #OptOutside movement this Friday, offering affordable skiing and riding for a good cause, to kick off the season with gratitude and snow,” stated Marketing and Sales Director, Katie Hunter. “This will be a pre-Opening Day event, so operations will be limited, but we aim to provide guests with an opportunity to get outside with us and embrace the winter spirit.”

Season Passes will be valid for Friday’s activities, and guests can take advantage of Sierra’s Ski and Ride School through Private Lessons and Day Care.

Sierra will still be hosting its full Opening Day event on Saturday, November 30, offering a fun-filled day for the whole family.

Additional details for tomorrow’s event can be found, here.

Sierra-at-Tahoe on 11/27/19. image: sierra-at-tahoe

About Sierra-at-Tahoe

Play is the name of the game at Sierra-at-Tahoe, where 2,000 acres and 2,212 vertical feet of skiable terrain offer skiers and riders the freedom to explore their style at any level. Whether it’s sending big mountain terrain via the Huckleberry Canyon Gates, carving down sun bathed groomers in West Bowl, learning a new trick in the Sierra Playgrounds or the exhilaration of making one’s first turns on Sierra’s Sculpted Learning Terrain, there is a place for you here that’s just waiting to be found. Welcome to Sierra, #WherePlayReignsFree.

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