Only 3 days left to ski in Las Vegas resort’s longest season ever!
Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort announced that its 2009/10 season will be extended by an additional week through Sunday, May 2. Recently scheduled to close on Sunday, April 25, the new closing date marks the longest season in the resort’s 47-year history. Historically, the resort would close during the second week of April. During the extended season, three of the area’s four lifts will operate daily from 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and all 2009/10 season passes will be honored. Skier shuttle services will also operate under regular ski-season hours. As added incentives, pass holders from any ski resort in the United States can present a valid 2009/10-season pass and I.D. to receive an Adult All-day lift ticket for $25, a 50 percent savings. The resort’s Facebook fans will also receive deeply discounted rates on All-day lift tickets.