If you have a premium season pass for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts, the purchase just got a little sweeter today. The pass now includes access to Sierra-at-Tahoe.
New and existing gold and silver Squaw and Alpine season passholders will now be upgraded to the Tahoe Super Pass Plus, offering access to Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows in North Lake Tahoe, and now to Sierra ski resort in South Lake Tahoe. There will be no price increase for skiers and riders – just pure added value.
With the new Tahoe Super Pass Plus, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows’ new and existing gold and silver passholders will now have access to 8,000 acres, 15 terrain parks, 2 super pipes, 57 lifts, and 316 trails across three Lake Tahoe ski resorts.
The Tahoe Super Pass Plus will be valid at Sierra Sunday-Friday, non-holiday. Blackout dates will include December 26-31, January 19-20 and February 16-17.
Also as part of the new resort partnership, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort season passholders will now be able to ski Squaw and Alpine for free from opening through December 21, and from April 15 through closing. On all other days throughout the season, Sierra-at-Tahoe passholders can enjoy $75 lift tickets on non-holiday weekends, and $50 lift tickets on non-holiday weekdays.
This new season pass perk comes in addition to discounted lift tickets for friends, free or discounted dawn patrols, free spring pool access and discounts on lodging, lessons, lift tickets and food. Gold passholders will also receive 50 percent off lift tickets all season long at Squaw and Alpine’s sister Mountain Collective resorts: Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole and Alta.
“Sierra Resort is one of the great mountain resorts of California and a long-standing legend with its history, terrain and family-friendly slopes. After getting to know their mountain and their staff, it was clear that our inspiration and values are very much aligned,” said Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. “It was in that light that we forged this substantial new benefit for our gold and silver passholders.”
Sierra is known for its backcountry gates, terrain park and pipe offerings, wind protected slopes and tree skiing.
“Sierra Resort passholders will get to experience the open bowls, iconic runs, unforgettable big mountain terrain, and legendary spring conditions that Squaw and Alpine offer,” said John Rice, general manager at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. “Passholders now have options on both the North and South Shore, offering access to nationally recognized terrain parks, extraordinary learn-to-ride programs and more. It’s the ultimate value.”
The Tahoe Super Pass Plus is available at www.tahoesuperpass.com starting at $519 for adult silver passes and $749 for adult gold passes. Prices are only guaranteed through December 7. Regular bronze Tahoe Super Passes are still available for $429, though they do not include access to Sierra-at-Tahoe.