Season pass information
Lake Tahoe ski resorts
Resorts have a number of packages based on the age of the buyer, the amount of holiday days blacked out or available or the amount of ski resorts a consumer wants to access. The best way to get answers to specific questions regarding season pass deals is to head to the website of the resort you are interested. The following is a run-down intended to provide general guidelines for resort prices for the upcoming season.
The big news in the offseason, was Vail Resorts further push into California with the purchase of Kirkwood. Consumers can buy and Epic Pass at $699 (ages 13 and up), which provides access to Northstar, Kirkwood, Heavenly and five Vail-owned resorts in Colorado or they can choose the Tahoe Local Pass for $459 which provides access to the three California resorts. The prices are only available through Sunday, Nov. 18.
In an interesting season pass deal, the two resorts owned by Colorado-based KSL Capital, Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley, have teamed up with Sierra-at-Tahoe to offer passholders access to all three mountains at one price. Adults can pay for $749 for unlimited access to all three resorts, or $519 for limited access and $429 for restricted access.
At Sugar Bowl, adults can pay $899 for unlimited access, $629 for access aside from holiday dates and $529 for non-holiday access aside from Saturday. Discounts are available for individuals that are renewing passes.
For Homewood Ski Resort, adults will pay $399 for the regular season pass.
Mt. Rose is charging $427 for a regular adult season pass. Diamond Peak is charging $449.
Prices vary according to a variety of factors so readers are encouraged to visit the websites of each resort to find further deals and price points.