[Sponsored by Sierra-at-Tahoe]
January is officially Learn to Ski & Ride Month and Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA has some spectacular deals to celebrate. On January 25th, Sierra-at-Tahoe will be offering the best deal to get people who aren’t so sure about trying skiing or snowboarding on the hill. Beginner adults will have the opportunity to get a 2.5-hour beginner lesson, rentals and lift ticket included, for a stunning $79.
At some resorts, not naming names, lessons can cost in excess of $200 WITHOUT lift tickets and rentals. Bottom line, this is borderline stealing. Tickets are limited so check out the Sierra-at-Tahoe Learn to Ski/Ride page for availability and booking.
Are you new to skiing/snowboarding but want to jump in with both feet and take it to the next level? Sierra-at-Tahoe has the perfect option for you. In conjunction with the already amazing 3-PAK ticket offering, once a skier/snowboarder has completed a learn to ski/ride 3-PAK they have the option to upgrade their ticket using the Level UPgrade PAK to an Unlimited Season Pass for just $399.
Included in the Level Upgrade PAK are an 18/19 Adult Unlimited Season Pass, free rentals with a Rental Season Pass, a $15 Dining Credit, 1-Day Fast Pass (a fast pass lets you go in a shorter, members only, expedited lift line. SO good on powder days!), and 1-Day Preferred Parking. At a grand total value of $759, this package is perfect for someone who has taken a couple of lessons and can’t stop shredding sweet, sweet pow.
Don’t just take it from me, here is what General Manager, John Rice had to say about the deal:
“Sierra has always been a breeder resort for skiers and snowboarders—it’s a place where many people have their first learning experience. This program accelerates learning and breaks down some of the barriers to becoming a full participant. We are very excited that our key partners Burton and Rossignol have joined us in this effort to grow and evolve the sports.”
Are you STILL not sure and worried about the conditions before committing to learning or getting the 3-PAK? Conditions right now at Sierra-at-Tahoe are all time. Not only does the resort have one of the deepest snowpacks in North America, but they have also recently been getting hammered with even more snow. In the last 7 days, Sierra-at-Tahoe has received 67” of snow and brings their totals to 189” of snow at the summit with a 135” base. Bottom line, conditions are incredible and should not be missed!