Sierra-at-Tahoe ending season today with customer appreciation day |

Sierra-at-Tahoe ending season today with customer appreciation day

Sierra-at-Tahoe will stop spinning all its lifts later today after one last day of fun.

The resort is celebrating the season’s end with its annual customer appreciation day.

As the Sierra-at-Tahoe states: “this special day is dedicated to reminiscing about the plentiful powder-filled laps had, terrain park challenges with friends + memorable moments shared throughout the incredible season!”

Lift tickets for non-pass-holders can purchase tickets for $40. All lift ticket proceeds from the day benefit local youth recreation and education.

The resort will be operating from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., with limited lifts operating, including Grandview Express and Easy Rider Express.

General Manager John Rice will help lead the last run of the season from the top of Grandview Express at 2 p.m. Last call at the Sierra Pub will be at 2:45 p.m.

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