Every few weeks in the spring and summer we set aside two hours for all employees to step away from their regular work assignment and come together to grab a trash bag, gloves, and a picker and go out to “green up” a section of Sugar Bowl’s grounds.
Sugar Bowl’s Wildfire Prevention Efforts
The mighty forests stretching across the Sierra Nevada and our home on Donner Summit shape Sugar Bowl’s iconic landscape. But amidst the grandeur, the danger of wildfire looms. To mitigate the risk of wildfire at Sugar Bowl, our team has been taking three steps over the past few years.
Uphill Travel Inbounds at Sugar Bowl
We’re excited to offer uphill travel for skiers and splitboarders on three designated inbounds routes between 7am and 7pm. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you have a fun, safe uphill experience at Sugar Bowl.
Sugar Bowl Parking Guide
Sugar Bowl has a variety of ways to park and enjoy the mountain including free lots with first-come-first-serve parking, a 10-minute drop-off zone, and preferred ski school and hotel parking. Make a plan to carpool whenever possible.
What Level Ski Lesson is Right for Me?
Our ski lessons are offered in four levels so you can join a group that’s tailored to your skill level: Level 1 (first time), Level 2 (beginner), Level 3 (intermediate), Level 4 (advanced). Let’s decide which lesson is right for you.
Real-Time Information Hub
Here’s a collection for our favorite tips, tricks, and handy links to help you stay connected with what’s happening at Sugar Bowl Resort. Bookmark for quick access and have your best possible day on the slopes.
Essential Chairlift How-To’s for Kids
Planning for a fun day of skiing or riding with young kids? Let’s make sure you know the essentials of chairlift safety. Chairlift safety is important for kids of all ages but we have specific guidelines for children under 55” tall.