Sierra-At-Tahoe, Stevens Pass Add Pizazz To Mountain High Freedom Pass
They say, “Free is good.” Maybe that’s why the new offer Southern California’s Mountain High is making on its Freedom Pass is eye-catching: Free skiing at Sierra-at-Tahoe and Stevens Pass plus all of Mountain High.
Those who purchase Mountain High’s Freedom Pass can ski for free at both Sierra-at-Tahoe, Calif. and Stevens Pass, Washington. All three ski areas are part of the CNL Lifestyle resort portfolio.
Purchase the Freedom Pass by Nov. 6 at prices reduced as much as 57 percent. The price is regularly $699, but passes currently start at $299. The pass is good any day or night Mountain High is open with no restrictions.
There are other local benefits, including free tickets to the North Pole Tubing Park, and discounts on Zipline tours, equipment at the Mountain Outhouse in Wrightwood, adult ski and snowboard lessons, and on non-sale retail items.
Mountain High is a 90-minute drive from Los Angeles and Orange County and includes three mountains: Mountain High, East, West, and North. The longest high-speed quad in the region is located at Mountain High East.
Sierra-at-Tahoe is located 10 miles west of South Lake Tahoe. The ski area has an annual snowfall average of 480 inches of snowfall. There’s also 320 acres of backcountry terrain. Freedom Passes will be honored every day of the week during non-holiday periods. There is a limit of 10 visits during the season.
Stevens Pass is located 78 miles east of Seattle, and is celebrating its 75th anniversary this winter. The ski area averages 482 inches of snow each year and terrain covers 1,125 acres, including bowls, glades, and chutes. Freedom Passes are honored here every day of the season. There are no usage limits, nor restrictions.
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