Find the best place to stay — Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort

What is the best area to stay when traveling to Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort?

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, here are the areas with the largest selection of vacation rentals for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort:

  • Heavenly Ski Resort: 1,478 vacation rentals
  • Christmas Valley: 240 vacation rentals
  • Kirkwood Mountain Resort: 2,421 vacation rentals
  • North Upper Truckee: 121 vacation rentals
  • Tahoe Paradise: 1,638 vacation rentals

For other neighborhoods, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

What are the popular point of interests near where I can stay when traveling to Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort?

VRBO offers a large selection of vacation rentals near lovely places in Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. From VRBO travelers, the top most popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • North Bowl Ski Lift: 3,278 vacation rentals
  • Powderbowl Express Ski Lift: 3,312 vacation rentals
  • Magic Carpet Golf: 3,793 vacation rentals
  • Lake Tahoe Golf Course: 3,451 vacation rentals
  • Heavenly Village: 2,511 vacation rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort listed on VRBO where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Winter getaways at Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort

With 400 to 500 inches of average annual snowfall, acre upon acre of backcountry terrain and wind-protected slopes, the award-winning Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort offers a truly authentic ski experience. Typically open between November and April, the world-class conditions here see winter sports enthusiasts from around the world converge on the area, each one keen to show off their moves in the powder. For the best experience, visitors often choose to stay in a Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort vacation rental, many of which are found in the nearby community of Twin Bridges or, further afield, along the southern shoreline of Lake Tahoe.

Get to know Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort

If you're visiting the resort for the first time, a great way to get to grips with your surroundings is to join an interactive mountain tour, available on Saturday and Sunday mornings throughout the season. Tales of the Pony Express fresh in your mind, an array of outdoor adventure awaits, with terrain parks, pipes and backcountry access all on the agenda. Carve your way through the old-growth red fir on the mountainside, and before heading back to your Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort vacation rental, swing by Solstice Plaza for refreshments and a view of the last of the day's action on Broadway Park.

Family fun at Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort

Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort serves up an abundance of thrills for experienced skiers, but if you're new to the slopes or traveling with kids, you might appreciate a slower pace. The Burton Progression Park is the ideal spot for first-timers, while younger visitors can learn to snowboard at the Star Wars-themed Yoda's Riglet Park. For something different, head to Blizzard Mountain where 3 miles of snowshoe trails and a sledding area, not to mention fun-packed tubing trails, offer the chance to explore at your own pace. Keep an eye out for appearances by Ralston the snow bear for the perfect photo opportunity.

Best time for snow at Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort

Snow starts to appear on the resort's mountains as early as September, but it's in November that things really start to heat up - or cool down! It's around this time that keen travelers begin snapping up the best Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort vacation rentals. The popularity of rentals continues through the winter months of December, January and February, before gradually starting to slow down as the season creeps towards its end in March or April. On-the-day snow reports are the best way to check specific conditions, but you can expect typical temperatures of around 40 degrees throughout the season.

Mountain splendor at Sierra-at-Tahoe-Resort

Located within California's Eldorado National Forest, Sierra-at-Tahoe lies a little over 10 miles south of Lake Tahoe's southern shore. This medium-sized resort counts a number of natural highlights among its stand out features, among them Huckleberry Canyon, a 320-acre space where everything from untouched tree runs to big open bowls and cliff drops create an ideal environment for expert skiers. Those who prefer to take time to soak up the idyllic mountain scenery can zig-zag at a carefree pace through the evergreens lining the gentle 2.5-mile Sugar and Spice trail, the resort's longest and arguably most picturesque trail.