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Sierra-at-Tahoe Added To Tahoe Super Pass With Squaw, Alpine

Sierra-at-Tahoe

A partnership with Sierra-at-Tahoe on the south shore means the Tahoe Super Pass offered by Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows on the north shore has taken on added value. 

 

New and existing gold and silver Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows season pass holders will be upgraded to the Tahoe Super Pass Plus offering access to all three resorts. There will be no price increase.

 

Use of the pass means skiers and riders have access to 8,000 acres, 15 terrain parks, 2 super pipes, 57 lifts, and 316 trails across the three resorts. 

 

The pass will be valid at Sierra-at-Tahoe Sunday through Friday, non-holiday. Blackouts dates are Dec. 26-31, Jan. 19-20, and Feb. 16-17. The pass also includes perks including discount lift tickets for friends, free or discounted dawn patrols, free spring pool access, and discounts on lodging, food, and lessons. 

 

Gold passholders also receive 50 percent off lift tickets all season long at fellow Mountain Collective resorts of Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, and Jackson Hole.

 

Sierra-at-Tahoe is known for its backcountry gates, terrain parks and pipes, wind-protected slopes and tree skiing. The resort is about 50 miles from Squaw and 45 miles from Alpine.  

 

Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw and Alpine said the new benefit for passholders was developed after “getting to know their mountain and staff” and finding their values aligned. 

 

Photo: Sierra-at-Tahoe 

 

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