Combine kids, Burton Snowboards and Star Wars and your guaranteed lots of fun as is the case at Sierra At Tahoe ski resorts new Burton Star Wars Experience. Looking for something to do with the kids on the next big pow day, full day packages includes: lesson, equipment, lunch, snacks, indoor-outdoor games and activities for only $145.00.
The Force is strong at Sierra for Younglings and Padawans this winter in Yoda's Riglet Park at Wild Moutain Children's Center. The Burton Star Wars Experience uses the beloved intergalactic saga to help children ages 3-6 make their first snowboard turns using Burton's innovative Riglet Reel Technology. This singular on-mountain experience filled with visuals from the Star Wars galaxy combines Burton's industry-leading technology with Jedi Master Yoda's teaching methods - movement, navigation and control.
Younglings and Padawans will learn using the ways of the Force through interactive drop in nodes showcasing custom-made wood carvings of R2-D2, C-3P0, Chewbacca and more. Availability is limited and may sell out on a daily basis; reservations are strongly recommended. Please call 530.543.3150.
Sierra At Tahoe has received over 25 feet of snow this winter, sitting on 2,000 skiable acres with easy backcountry access, one of the top rated snowboard parks in the country and a 2.5 mile long beginners ski run makes this the perfect family destination. TGR Readers Save 35% on Sierra-at-Tahoe lift tickets currently on SALE.
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