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Feature Event at Sierra At Tahoe Saturday to Honor Natasha "Tash" Sagucka

Sierra Rec Magazine – “Jammin 4 Tash – Feature Event For Weekend of January 19-21 Includes USASA Rail Jam & will honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka at Sierra At Tahoe

Sierra Rec Magazine – Sierra At Tahoe – January 18, 2017  – As the snow finally arrives in the Tahoe Basin and the rest of the Sierra this week we have a cool event to share with you if you are heading to Tahoe for the weekend.  Sierra At Tahoe will hold its 3rd USASA Rail Jam on Saturday which on its own could just be a cool party to check out, but Sierra At Tahoe decided to Honor a special member of their family on Saturday, January 20th and would like to invite the Ski World to their doors for this special event “Jammin 4 Tash”.

Come jib your heart out on some awesome features and commemorate a rider near and dear to the Sierra family. The season’s last USASA Rail Jam will honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka, a former USASA athlete who lost her battle with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia this past November. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Cancer Research for A.L.L to support further research of diseases such as Natasha’s. Celebrate the spirit of Tash and throw down your best tricks in her memory!

7:30 AM Registration in Solstice Eatery
9:00 AM Practice
10:00 AM Competition start time
The morning competition is open to USASA members only– all ages. However, there will be an open category rail jam held after that is available to the public. Preregistering for events will save you $5 per event.  Preregistration closes at midnight before the event. Go to http://www.usasa.org to purchase memberships, register for events, and find all event information.  More information can be found at http://www.usasasouthtahoe.com

About Sierra At Tahoe~

Sierra’s famous terrain broken down by the numbers.

Trails and Terrain

It’s All About the Mountain

  • 2,000 Acres
  • 2,212’ Vertical Rise
  • 8,852’ Top Elevation
  • 6,640’ Bottom Elevation
  • 46 Trails
  • 25% Easier
  • 50% More Difficult
  • 25% Most Difficult
  • Longest Run: Sugar n’ Spice – 2.5 miles from the top of the mountain
  • 5 Gates access Huckleberry Canyon backcountry


14 Lifts

  • 3 Express Quad Chair Lifts
  • 5 Double Chair Lifts
  • 1 Triple Chair Lift
  • 5 Surface Lifts

Terrain Parks

  • 6 Terrain Parks – Small, Medium, and Large
  • Burton Progression Park
  • Smokey Boarder X
  • TransWorld SNOWboarding Top 10-rated Halfpipe

Family Adventures

  • 4 Adventure Zones – just for kids
  • Blizzard Mountain with 2 lift accessed tubing hills and a snowplay area
  • Snowshoe trails – 3 miles

About the author

Charlie REC magazine - Charlie Pankey ~ Publisher

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