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04/30/2017
>> Sierra League Is ..

Adult ski racing for all ability levels, from beginner to expert. The fastest way to improve your skiing. Fun! And, a great way to meet new people who enjoy skiing.
A printable version of Sierra League and Council Brochure is available as a two page PDF file.

 
>> Who Races?

Sierra league racers are all ability levels, ages 18 to 121. We have 10 ability levels with two age groups in each level. There is a place for everyone. What Sierra League racers have in common is an interest in improving their skiing while having fun in a competitive environment. Racers ski slalom, giant slalom and Super G formats, against skiers in their same age and ability group. Even a beginner can win a gold medal in the Sierra League.

 
>> How Do I Join?

You are automatically a member of Sierra League if you are a member of one of our affiliated clubs. You can also join as an independent member of Sierra League ($20 annual membership fee).
To sign up please send email to the president or come to the registration place on any race day.

 
>> Race Fees

There are two ways to pay for your racing in Sierra League. You can purchase a seasons ski racing pass for $115, which covers the entire regular season and includes the Gatekeeping fee.
Or, you can pay on a race-by-race basis at $25 per race. There is also the option to pay the Race Fees online within the Registration Navigation Tab.

 
>> Lift Tickets

Discounted lift tickets are negotiated for Sierra League members on race day, another benefit of coming out to ski and race with us.

 
>> Clinics & Training

Sierra League sponsors several ski racing clinics each year at local ski areas. Our group buying power gets us good prices for these clinics and great training for our members. In addition, many of our members meet-up during the summer for summer ski race camps.

 
>> Travel

Each year Sierra League travels out of the Tahoe Basin for a ski week trip. In the recent past we have traveled to Copper Mountain, Sun Valley, Banff/Lake Louise and Whistler.