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The air is getting crisp and Mammoth Mountain has already reported snow flurries.  Are you ready for a big winter in Tahoe? Reports of the monster El Niño continue… have you purchased your season pass yet?  Now is the time as most pass prices will go up in or after October.   Every resort in the Tahoe area has it’s perks.  It will be hard to pick just one.  With Northstar’s Epic Pass you can ski at over 12 resorts, three of which are here in the Tahoe Basin.  Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows has teamed up with Sugar Bowl and Sierra-at-Tahoe to give pass holders bonus days at their resorts.  Squaw/Alpine has also set up their “Worry-Free Guarantee” program giving customers a credit for next season if they don’t use their pass more than 5 times this season.  Sugar Bowl throws in food and beverage discounts and 1 trail pass/lesson/rental at Royal Gorge Cross Country Center.  Diamond Peak and Homewood Mountain Resort always have the best Lake views.  Boreal Mountain has teamed up with Woodward Tahoe with a season pass good for both venues so you can polish your park riding skills on and off the mountain.  What mountain will you choose?




Passes starting at $499

Passes starting at $409

Sugar Bowl
Passes starting at $269

Diamond Peak
Passes starting at $349

Ski Homewood
Passes starting at $439

Boreal Mountain
Passes starting at $259