Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA Will Open this Friday, 30th November with Upto 2-Feet of Fresh Powder

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Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA will be opening for the 2018/19 winter season on November 30, 2018. With the potential for up to 2-feet of fresh snow to fall between now and Friday, opening day might well be a powder day!

Sierra is excited to have three lifts and one surface lift scheduled to operate, conditions permitting, as well as terrain park features. Early season conditions are present throughout the mountain and guests are asked to obey all signs and closures, watch for unmarked obstacles and to stay on groomed runs.

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The forecast is definitely looking good… Credit: snow-forecast.com

“Mother Nature has been delivering the goods this past week,” says General Manager, John Rice. “We are excited to have a snowy start to the season and look forward to seeing everyone on the mountain this Friday.”

Sierra is scheduled to spin Grandview Express, Nob Hill and Easy Rider Express, as well as Magic Carpet. Sierra Snowsports School will be offering adult and children’s lessons, and snowplay at Blizzard Mountain will be open for everyone to enjoy.

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It’s going to be a very snowy opening! Credit: Sierra-at-Tahoe Facebook

The first hundred chairs on Grandview Express will be treated to a cup of Drink Coffee Do Stuff coffee and KIND Snacks while they take their first lift ride of the season. After guests have enjoyed a few turns, we invite them to join the Sierra Family at 12 PM on Solstice Plaza to sample local brews from Sierra while kicking off the season with a toast. Dining will be available in Mama’s Kitchen, Java Junction, and The Pub.

Whether people are looking to enjoy a beer on the plaza deck, pick up their season pass, or make a few turns, Sierra-at-Tahoe is excited to kick off another winter season. Stay up to date on open terrain and conditions via sierraattahoe.com.


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