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New snow + Super Bowl = terrific weekend ahead

Jan 31st 2014

Squaw Valley skier enjoying the new snow | January 30, 2014

Did you hear? The Ski Lake Tahoe resorts received 6-29 inches of new snow (over TWO FEET!) in yesterday’s storm, ensuring fantastic conditions for Super Bowl weekend. Some of the ski resorts are opening up new terrain as well, making this weekend one not to miss!

If you’re keen to get to Lake Tahoe this weekend to ski and ride powder snow, but aren’t sure where you can catch the big game, never fear. We’ve got you covered. Many of the Tahoe ski resorts are getting into the spirit with parties, giveaways and more. So you’ll be able to get your shred on AND root for your team.

Sierra-at-Tahoe will be holding its Super Bowl Party in The Sierra Pub, and will have food and drink specials, a cornhole tournament giveaway, and of course every TV tuned to the big game as the Broncos take on the Seahawks. The Bud Light girls will also be there to give away prizes, plus there will be complimentary shuttles will be available to take you back to South Lake Tahoe so you don’t have to worry about driving. Sport your team’s gear up on the hill to show your team spirit!

Squaw Valley will be hosting a Super Bowl Viewing Party at Plaza Bar with $12 Coors Light pitchers all day long.

Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe will be holding its ‘Big Game Weekend’ pancake breakfast at the Main Lodge from 7:30 – 10:00 am. It’s a great way to fuel up before a big day on the slopes and in front of the big screen!

Homewood Mountain Resort will have an après-ski Super Bowl party going on in the North Lodge, with food and drink specials throughout the game.

Up on the north side of Lake Tahoe, the Tahoe Biltmore is hosting a Super Bowl Party, and in South Lake Tahoe, Super Bowl parties can be found at both Harrahs Lake Tahoe and at Harvey’s Casino Resort.

What are you waiting for? Whether your team wins or loses, this weekend at Lake Tahoe promises to be awesome! Check out our deals page (and snow conditions) for more inspiration.

Photo: Squaw Valley, January 30, 2014

Posted by Jenn Gleckman 


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