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Six-Pack Lift Tickets on Sale for 2011-12 Season

Six Days of Skiing or Riding at Lake Tahoe's Seven Premier Resorts for Only $299
Lake Tahoe, CA & NV (July 7, 2011) - Fresh off a record-shattering season that included skiing and snowboarding this past Fourth of July weekend, the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts announced the general availability of the Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Lift Ticket. Valid at all seven world-class resorts and priced at only $299, this transferrable lift ticket offers the ultimate in variety, flexibility and savings for destination guests planning a winter vacation to Lake Tahoe for the 2011-12 winter season.  
A limited number of Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Lift Tickets will be available for purchase and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The Six-Pack Lift Tickets are valid throughout the 2011-12 season (see blackout dates below) and do not have to be used on consecutive days. Given Lake Tahoe's typically long winter season, this means ticket holders can use a lift ticket in December and as late as the month of April. The lift tickets are also fully transferrable to family and friends.
The Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Lift Ticket includes:
- 1 ticket valid at either Heavenly, Kirkwood or Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe
- 1 ticket valid at either Heavenly or Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort
- 1 ticket valid at either Kirkwood or Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort
- 1 ticket valid at either Alpine Meadows or Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort
- 1 ticket valid at either Squaw Valley USA, Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort or Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe
- 1 ticket valid at either Squaw Valley USA or Alpine Meadows
Boasting more resorts in close proximity than any other winter destination in North America, Lake Tahoe received more than 800 inches of snow last season while still averaging close to 300 days of sunshine. This truly unique weather pattern regularly results in bottomless bluebird powder days and reliable top-to-bottom snow conditions from November through the end of April.
Looking forward to the 2011-12 winter season, new guest amenities and improvements in Lake Tahoe help the region remain a top winter destination. The seven Ski Lake Tahoe resorts have recently dedicated close to $100 million toward lake-wide capital improvements both on and off the slopes. This positive growth trend has also been reflected in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport being named the number one airport in the nation in terms of new flights including Delta Airlines' new nonstop service from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport.
For more information or to purchase a Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Lift Ticket, guests should visit www.skilaketahoe.com. As a reminder, only a limited number of these unbeatable lift tickets are available for purchase.
Special notes: 
- Only 1 voucher per Six-Pack redeemable per resort, per day.
- The following holiday blackout dates apply: November 26-27, 2011; December 25, 2011 - January 1, 2012; January 15-16, 2012; February 18-19, 2012.
 - Lift tickets cannot be resold.
About Ski Lake Tahoe
Surrounding North America's largest alpine lake, the seven resorts that make up Ski Lake Tahoe are Alpine Meadows, Heavenly, Kirkwood, Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe, Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort and Squaw Valley USA. Lake Tahoe boasts over 300 days of sunshine a year, and the region has some of the highest annual snowfall amounts in North America. The seven resorts, all offering unparalleled scenic vistas of panoramic mountain and lake views, are located less than an hour from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. For further information and to directly book travel, lodging and transportation for Ski Lake Tahoe resorts and its travel partners, visit www.skilaketahoe.com.

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