Sugar Bowl is a ski and snowboard area in northern Placer County
near Norden, California
along the Donner Pass of the Sierra Nevada, approximately 46 mi (74 km) west of Reno
The resort has been in operation since it opened on December 15, 1939.
Sugar Bowl is a medium sized ski area in the Lake Tahoe region
, and is well known for its long history, significant advanced terrain, high annual snowfall and the terrain is 17% Beginner, 45% Intermediate and 38% Advanced.
It offers accommodations and lodging ranging from vacation rentals, condo rentals and chalet rentals.
Steeped in tradition and modern in amenities
, Sugar Bowl boasting the most annual snowfall in North Lake Tahoe thus provides great skiing on vast terrain. Progressive programs such as the points-based perks of CORE Rewards and free lessons & rentals of General Admission offer value-add options, while the Backcountry Adventure Center takes skiers and riders on professionally-guided tours into the Sugar Bowl backcountry beyond the ropes.
Visitors will find many comfortable accommodation, vacation rental, condo rental and chalet rental choices.
Sugar Bowl is the closest major resort to Sacramento and the Bay Area.
It spans four peaks, serviced by 13 lifts and 1500 acres with 500 inches of snowfall annually.
Sugar Bowl is equally well known as a popular and attractive summer spot
to host corporate outings, family reunions and memorable weddings, complete with world-class cuisine and gracious hospitality stemming from a guest-centric staff. Sugar Bowl offers alpine charm and first-rate service for your outing.
Enjoy your vacation in the seclusion of Donner Summit
, located in the beautiful Tahoe National Forest. Sugar Bowl is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Many accommodations, vacation rentals and chalet rentals offer panoramic views of both Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Disney.
At Sugar Bowl guests have many accommodation choices ranging from slopeside chalet rental options with magnificent views to spacious vacation rental options.