Sugar Bowl Resort was the first on the scene in 1939 as Walt Disney created the ultimate mountain theme park, and the first ski resort in California. With an average of 42 feet of powder a year, terrain suiting every level of snow rider, the closest … show more
Sugar Bowl Resort was the first on the scene in 1939 as Walt Disney created the ultimate mountain theme park, and the first ski resort in California. With an average of 42 feet of powder a year, terrain suiting every level of snow rider, the closest drive times from the Bay Area and Sacramento, and what many consider to be the most friendly and inviting atmosphere and employees in Tahoe its no surprise Sugar Bowl is a skier favorite. With 1,500 acres, 1,500 vertical feet, 84 runs, 12 lifts (with 5 high speed quads), 3 lodges, and much much more Sugar Bowl has plenty to offer for anyone.
General Admission is back year-round this year! We’ll be giving you FREE rentals and a FREE 2 hour lesson of any level with the purchase of a lift ticket Monday-Friday non-holiday. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out a free lesson with our MSLC professional instructors can take your skiing to the next level and make this season your best ever. Have you ever considered trying something new but couldn’t justify spending extra money when you’ve already got equipment? With General Admission you can mix it up and try skiing or snowboarding for FREE, and if you don’t get it right off the bat just take part in one of our free lessons and soon you’ll be ripping down the mountain and flying through the newly expanded park.
What ever you are into, you will find plenty of it at Sugar Bowl. Our mountain offers 17% beginner, 45% intermediate, and 38% advanced terrain,2 progressive terrain parks, a dedicated learning zone, and one Olympic training course for the 2010 winter games. We are converting our Pacific Crest Trail and part of Tunnel 41 runs into a training zone for skier and boarder cross Olympic athletes. You will watch some of the world’s top athletes and Olympians train for the winter games. At any point you may see Daron Rahlve, Sean Palmer, Nate Holland, Anik Demers-Wild or Jayson Hale here training! Once their morning training secession are over, you will...