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Lake Tahoe Ski Area Season Passes



It's quite amazing how much the season pass landscape has changed over the last several years. The ski resort powerhouses have moved into Lake Tahoe in full force. KSL now owns Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows and has a season pass agreement with Sierra at Tahoe as well. Vail Resorts now owns Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood and offers different levels of passes for those three resorts (as well as their entire line of resorts). The Mountain Collective also offers a pass of sorts which includes days at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Diamond Peak and homewood have teamed up to offer days at their resorts. Below we'll try to clear up the mess that is the Tahoe pass situation. The good news is that things appear to be calming down. For the last several years we've tried to guess who was gonna buy who before our pass purchasing decision was made, hoping to buy a pass and then have that pass be good at a bonus resort or two. those days seem to be over, although there are still some independents out there. We'll start with them. Please note these are prices as of November 23, 2013 and will change.


1.Sugar Bowl - Like others, Sugar Bowl has rolled back pricing.
Unrestricted: Adult $749; Youth (13-22) $449; Senior (60-69) $449; Child (6-12) $249; Super Senior (70+) $249; Child (0-5) FREE.
Slightly Restricted: Adult $519; Youth (13-22) $399; Senior (60-69) $399. Valid every day with the following blackout dates - 12/26/13 - 12/31/13, 1/18 - 1/19/14, & 2/15 - 2/16/14.
Midweek Plus: Adult $349; Youth (13-22) $299; Senior (60-69) $299. Valid M-F with the same blackout dates. Midweek passes are good seven days through 12/25/13 and after 3/3/14.
Summit Sunday Plus: Same as midweek but you also get Sundays (blackout dates apply). Adult $449; Youth (13-22) $349; Senior (60-69) $349
Pay your pass off in 5.47 days.

2.  Mt. Rose Ski Resort - Premier Pass (7 days with no blackouts), Adult  $479, Child (6-12) $279, Teen (13-22) $399, Senior (65-74) $399, (Under 5) $20, College $399.
Midweek - $399 with blackout dates 
Pay your pass off in 5.70 days.
 

3. Sierra at Tahoe - Sierra at Tahoe is now a semi-independent. Your pass includes lkiing at Squaw and Alpine from opening day 2013 - December 20, 2013; January 12-17, 2014; and April 14, 2014 - closing day 2014. 
Adult Value Pass: $239 Valid Sunday-Friday with blackout dates. December 26 - 31, 2013  |  January 18 - 19, 2014  |  February 15 - 16, 2014
Unlimited Adult $389; Young Adult (13-22) and College $289; Child (5-12) $129; SuperSenior (70+) $129. Seven days, no blackouts.
Pay your pass off in 2.84 days. We used $84 as ticket price.

4. Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows - Tahoe Super Passes
Gold - Unlimited skiing and riding at Squaw and Alpine and same as Value Pass at Sierra at Tahoe. Adult - $809; Young Adult (13-22) $639; Child (5-12) $339; Senior (65-75) $639; Super Senior $339.
Silver - Same as gold, but with blackout dates (Dec. 26-31, 2013; Jan. 18-19, 2014; Feb. 15-16, 2014). Adult - $579; Young Adult (13-22) $429; Child (5-12) $269; Senior (65-75) $429; Super Senior $269.
Bronze - 7 days a week except  Saturdays between 1/4/14 and 3/1/14 and same blackouts as Silver. Does not include Sierra. Adult - $519; Young Adult (13-22) $369; Senior (65-75) $369.

5. Homewood Mountain - Homewood only offers a seven day pass. Prices are as follows and include 4 non-holiday days at Diamond Peak. Lower price is local's rate. visit the site to see if you qualify.
Adult (19-61) $479/$399; Teen (13-18) $349/$289; Youth (5-12) $189/$159; Child (0-4) Free; Seniors (62-69) $299/$249; Super Seniors (70+) $239/$199. There are also several options for family passes

6. Mammoth - Mammoth Value Pass (MVP), valid every day at Mammoth and June Mountain. Adult  $999; Child (7-12) $349; Youth (13-18) $749; Senior (65-79) $499. June Mountain Passes are available at June only until closing. Then they are good at Mammoth. Adult  $399; Child (0-12) $FREE; Youth (13-18) $299; Senior (65-79) $299.

9. Boreal Mountain - Boreal offers the All Access Pass that is good at the resort and at the popular Woodward Tahoe. It is $458 for adults; $458 for youths (13-17 and includes tickets at 5 other resorts), and $358 for children (7-12 and includes tickets at 5 other resorts).
Anytime Pass-Valid every day and night at Boreal only. Adult $299; Teen (13-17 and includes tickets at 5 other resorts) $299; Child (7-12 and includes tickets at 5 other resorts) $149; Senior (60-69) $149; Super Senior (70+) $59; Young Child (0-4) $29
Night Pass $129

10. Donner Ski Ranch - Season Pass: Adult $299; Young Adult (13-17) $249; Child (7-12) $99; Senior (70+) $150 

12. Diamond Peak -  Full: Adult $499; Youth (13-23) $239; Child (7-12) $169; Senior (65-69) $169; Super Senior (70+) $69. Midweek: Adult $309; Youth (13-23) $199; Child (7-12) $156; Senior (65-69) $156; Super Senior (70+) $59. Prices are significantly lower for Incline Village/Crystal Bay locals with IVGID cards. Season Pass holders also get 4 days non-holiday at Homewood Mountain.

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