While we’re having trouble coming to grips with the fact that this ski season is quickly leaving us, it’s time to look to the future! That’s why several Lake Tahoe-area ski resorts are already offering early-bird specials for their 2010-2011 season passes.
Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resort have both revealed their season pass prices, starting with the $339 Midweek-Plus-Sunday pass, which is valid at both mountains and valid on Saturdays before Dec. 25, 2010 and after March 12, 2011. The two mountains also offer a slightly “filtered” adult pass for both mountains for $459, with several blackout dates at Alpine, and an “unfiltered” dual mountain pass for $699.
At Squaw Valley, pick up a $369 bronze pass, or go up to a $1,599 platinum pass. These last until May 9th, 2011. Until April 4th 2011 at Boreal Ski Resort, pick up an adult anytime pass for $239 and night passes for $129.
In Incline Village, Diamond Peak Ski Resort is offering full adult passes for next season at a cost of $454 with beginner passes costing $109, only valid for the Lodgepole and Schoolhouse lifts.
Next season, Heavenly Ski Resort is still offering their Heavenly pass for $339. Blackout dates for this apply November 26th-27th, December 27th-31st and February 19th-20th, 2011.
Northstar-at-Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe resorts have announced their Double Whammy passes, including the unlimited, which costs $699 before April 30th, and the limited pass, with 10 blackout dates at Northstar, which costs $459 before April 30th. The Northstar Monday-Friday pass is $269 and the Sierra Sunday-Friday pass is $199.
Stay tuned for more announcements as they come!