Uphill use of the resort and its surrounding areas by means of skinning, snowshoeing, hiking, and running have gained popularity at Sugar Bowl. Skiers and riders must review, agree to and sign the Uphill Use Policy before traveling uphill at Sugar Bowl Resort, and abide by the rules and regulations established by Sugar Bowl and USFS when accessing the resort both during and after operating hours.
We strive to deliver a safe and enjoyable resort experience, and we appreciation your attention and cooperation!
Sugar Bowl is proud to now operate Royal Gorge Cross Country, North America's largest XC resort,
boasting eight distinct trail systems and featuring nine different warming huts across 6,000 acres atop majestic Donner Summit, seamlessly connected with Sugar Bowl Resort and America's only snowbound Village.
A special thanks to all the parties that made this historic acquisition happen, including the Truckee Donner Land Trust, the Trust for Public Land, the Northern Sierra Partnership and all the individuals and families who so graciously donated time, money, effort and resources to help the cause.
Known for its rich history and deep powder, you'll find 1,650 acres of fun, challenging terrain. We've poured over $50 million in improvements into our resort over the last few seasons, including the new Crow's Peak chairlift, providing access to tons of advanced/expert terrain. We are also in our third year operating Royal Gorge, North America's largest cross-country resort.
Sugar Bowl offers an incredible high-alpine experience with four picturesque peaks, three progressive terrain parks, the most snow in Tahoe, endless XC trails, incredible backcountry and a magical snowbound village.
With all that Sugar Bowl has to offer, you'll find working here is as much fun as skiing here.
Join us for our annual Job Fest on Saturday, October 29th from 11:00am – 1:30 in the Mt. Judah Lodge.
At our job fest you will be given the opportunity to interview with managers of up to three departments of your choice.
Please apply online prior to the job fest. We look forward to seeing you there!
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We provide a welcoming escape from everyday life that brings family and friends together, creating memories of all-mountain adventures. Come join the Sugar Bowl team. It's Your Turn...
Season Passes for dependents of full-time employees
Affordable employee housing
Half off food
Rental and retail discounts
Discounted lift tickets for friends and family
A variety of employee activities
Dorm Style Rooms
Dorms: Some dorms are on-site at Sugar Bowl and some are 3 miles down the road at Donner Summit Lodge, accessible by personal car and shuttle, available in mid-December. Dorm rooms have 2-4 people per room and community bathrooms down the hall. Rent ranges from $245 - $275/month per person, including all utilities.
We have two different types of affordable housing for rent: Dorms and semi-private hotel style rooms.
Semi-Private Rooms at Donner Summit Lodge
Semi-private rooms: All of these are located 3 miles away at Donner Summit Lodge. These rooms have 2-3 people per room and have a private bath. Rent ranges from $275 - $305/month per person, including all utilities.
For all rooms, you must bring your own linens/pillows/towels. You must also bring a HEAVY comforter with you for your top warmth. Additionally, we cannot determine whether you will have a twin or double bed until you arrive, so we recommend that you bring a sleeping bag and then purchase sheets after you arrive.
Housing at one of our lodges is a privilege and not a right or condition of employment. For the safety and well being of all, residents must adhere to the housing regulations, and policies & procedures.
SUGAR BOWL CORPORATION RESIDENCE REGULATIONS
Residents and guests must be at least 18 years of age.
Drinking alcoholic beverages is only permitted in a resident’s room if such resident is over 21 years of age. Any person under 21 years of age found drinking an alcoholic beverage in a residence will be evicted.
According to California law and Nevada and Placer County health ordinances, smoking of any sort is not permitted in a resident’s room or in common areas including hallways, restrooms, TV rooms, or laundry room. Violation will lead to eviction.
Possession of controlled substances is prohibited. Residents caught with any illegal substances will be subject to eviction.
Possession of firearms of any kind is prohibited. Residents caught with firearms will be subject to immediate eviction.
All residents will show respect for their fellow roommates, their privacy, and their belongings.
Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM.
Sugar Bowl does not offer couple or family housing.
When at the residence, residents MUST accompany their guests at all times. Guests are not allowed after 10:00 PM for any reason, unless by prior written approval from the Housing Department.
Residents who have cars are responsible for shoveling and moving their cars when it snows so snow removal can occur. Cars must be parked in designated areas. Failure to do so may result in a resident’s car being towed and/or loss of parking privilege. Residents with vehicles must read and sign the Parking Agreement.
All residents’ rooms must be kept clean and orderly.
All residents will participate in the cleaning of community areas. Residents are expected to clean up after themselves. Room trash must be taken out to a dumpster and not placed in common area receptacles.
Shoes must be worn at all times in community areas.
All Donner Summit Lodge residents with deck side access must keep area free of trash, and all their food and drinks must be placed in a proper storage container. Village Dorm residents must use the dorm window boxes for outside storage. The boxes must be kept clean at all times.
Do not move furniture or make any alterations to your room.
Use of any appliances (washer/dryer, microwave) or bathrooms serving the residence is reserved for residents only.
Due to insufficient electricity and risk of fire, plug-in appliances beyond what is supplied by Sugar Bowl are not permitted in rooms (i.e., microwaves, burners, heaters).
Candles or other open flames are not permitted.
Sugar Bowl is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen property. Residents should keep their door locked at all times.
No pets of any kind are allowed.
Initial room assignments are made by Sugar Bowl. Sugar Bowl recognizes that in some cases, a change of rooms or roommates may be desired by residents. Room and roommate change requests must be sent to Sugar Bowl’s Housing Manager. Requests will be granted at the discretion of Sugar Bowl. Unauthorized room or roommate changes are prohibited and may result in any or all of the following: a notice requiring the resident to move back to his or her original room, disciplinary action, up to and including termination of the Residence Agreement as determined at the sole discretion of Sugar Bowl.
Utilities services included in rent are: electricity, gas and cable.
Replacement keys are $10.00. A re-keying fee of $50.00 will be charged for replacement of any lost keys.
You will be evicted for cause, pursuant to your Residence Agreement, if any of these regulations are violated.
These regulations are in addition to the policies and practices set forth in the Employee Handbook. Both the regulations in the handbook and on this agreement must be followed.
Residents’ rooms may be inspected by Sugar Bowl management under the following circumstances:
in case of emergency;
to make necessary or agreed repairs, decorations, alterations or improvements, or supply necessary or agreed services;
to exhibit the premises to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workers or contractors;
if the resident abandons or surrenders the premises; or
pursuant to court order.
Sugar Bowl will give the resident at least twenty-four (24) hours notice of its intent to enter unless an emergency exists, the resident has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or it is impracticable to do so. Further, Sugar Bowl will enter during only normal business hours unless an emergency exists, the resident has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or the resident consents to an entry that is not during normal business hours.