The sun is shining and the corn snow is abundant at Squaw Valley! We all know what that means: epic spring days filled with great conditions and fun! Follow the sun throughout the day, have an apres drink in the afternoon and perfect your goggle tan on one of the many sun decks. And while we all have spring fever, it's also that time of year when you need to start thinking about choosing where you'll ski and ride next season. Hard to believe, right?
Get the best of both worlds with the 2013-14 Tahoe Super Pass - giving you access to Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows for the remainder of this season AND the 2013-14 season. Here are a few reasons why the Tahoe Super Pass is Lake Tahoe's best season pass:
1) Access to three ski resorts
Gold and silver passholders can ski for free at Sierra-at-Tahoe while bronze pass holders can ski or ride Sierra for just $50.
2) Ski for free this spring
This spring, new passholders ski for free starting March 31 with the purchase of a 2013-14 Tahoe Super Pass.
3) More passholder perks than any other Tahoe Resort
The Tahoe Super Pass Membership Rewards Club has the most benefits of any pass in the area with perks valued at up to $2,000 (for gold passholders). Perks include onsite amenities such as 10% off food and beverage at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, discounted friends and family tickets and dawn patrol, just to name a few. Other perks include lift ticket privileges such as two free tickets to Whistler Blackcomb (for gold passholders) and 50% off at all the Mountain Collective resorts (Alta, Aspen-Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, Snowbird, Whistler-Blackcomb). Passholders also receive amazing lodging discounts. See all of the other sweet benefits here.
4) The Bronze Pass ($479 for adults) has the least restrictions of its kind than any other Tahoe Resort. With only 17 restricted days, the bronze pass has less restrictions than any other similar restricted pass in Tahoe.
5) Ski for free in less than 5 times
For those that purchase a bronze adult pass, the pass pays for itself in less than 5 days. For silver pass holders it pays for itself in less than 6 days and for gold passholders it pays for itself in less than 8 days.
Guarantee you have the best winter adventure next season with the Tahoe Super Pass and gain access to 8,000 acres, 15 terrain parks, 2 super pipes, 57 lifts and 316 trails across three Lake Tahoe resorts.
See you on the slopes!
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