Lake Tahoe Season Pass Options For 2013/14

Squaw + Alpine Meadows + Sierra at Tahoe:

Type Gold Silver Bronze College*
Adult 23-64 $769 $539 $479 $399
Young Adult 13-22 $599 $389 $329
Child 5-12 $299 $229
Senior 65-75 $599 $389 $329
Super Senior 76+ $299 $229
Blackout Dates None 10 Blackout Dates
Dec. 26-31, 2013
Jan. 18-19, 2014
Feb. 15-16, 2014
17 Blackout Dates:
Dec. 26-31, 2013
Jan. 18-19, 2014
Feb. 15-16, 2014
Saturdays Jan-March 1
None

Sugar Bowl + Royal Gorge XC:

Pass Type Unrestricted Slightly Restricted Summit Sunday + Midweek + College
Sugar
Bowl
Only
+ Royal
Gorge
Unrestricted
Sugar Bowl
Only
+ Royal
Gorge
Unrestricted
Sugar
Bowl
Only
+ Royal
Gorge
Unrestricted
Sugar Bowl
Only
+ Royal
Gorge
Unrestricted
Sugar Bowl
Only
+ Royal
Gorge
Unrestricted
Adult (23-59) $799 $949 $469 $619 $399 $549 $299 $449 $399 $499
Young Adult (13-22) $399 $499 $349 $449 $299 $399 $249 $349
Child (6-12) $199
Senior (60-69) $399 $499 $349 $449 $299 $399 $249 $349
Super Senior (70+) $199
Blackout Dates No Blackout Dates 12/26/13 – 12/31/13
1/18/14 – 1/19/14
2/15/14 – 2/16/14
12/26/13 – 12/31/13
1/18/14 – 1/19/14
2/15/14 – 2/16/14
12/26/13 – 12/31/13
1/18/14 – 1/19/14
2/15/14 – 2/16/14
No Blackout Dates

Northstar + Heavenly + Kirkwood:

Epic Pass
Epic Local Pass Tahoe Local Pass Tahoe Value Pass
Access: Unlimited Access To:
• Vail
• Beaver Creek
• Breckenridge
• Keystone
• Heavenly
• Northstar
• Kirkwood
• Arapahoe Basin
• Eldora
• Afton Alps
• Mt. BrightonPlus, Five (5) FREE days at Verbier, Switzerland
Unlimited Access To:
• Breckenridge
• Keystone
• Arapahoe Basin
• Afton Alps
• Mt. BrightonLimited Restrictions At:
• Heavenly
• Northstar
• Kirkwood

Plus, Ten (10) days at Vail or Beaver Creek (blackout dates apply).

Limited Restrictions At:
• Heavenly
• Northstar
• KirkwoodSaturdays included.

 

Limited Restrictions At:
• Heavenly (Daily)
• Northstar (Sun – Fri)
• Kirkwood (Sun – Fri)
Adult $689 (13+) $529 (19+) $439 (19+) $389 (19 – 64)
Teen (13 – 18) - $409 $329 $309
Child (5 – 12) $359 $269 $209 $189
Senior (65+) - - - $309
College† - $479 - NEW $399 (learn more) $329 (learn more)
Additional Tickets • 6 Ski-With-A-Friend tickets (up to 15% off the window rate). • 6 Ski-With-A-Friend tickets (up to 15% off the window rate). • 6 Ski-With-A-Friend tickets (up to 15% off the window rate).
• Half price tickets at Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail, and Beaver Creek
• 6 Ski-With-A-Friend tickets (up to 15% off the window rate).
• Half price tickets at Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail, and Beaver Creek
Pass Holder Tickets During Blackout Dates n/a $52 at Northstar, Heavenly and Kirkwood. $52 at Northstar, Heavenly and Kirkwood. $52 at Northstar, Heavenly and Kirkwood.
2013.2014 Blackout Dates None 11 Blackout Dates
• 11/29 – 11/30
• 12/26 – 12/31
• 1/18
• 2/15 – 2/16
11 Blackout Dates
• 11/29 – 11/30
• 12/26 – 12/31
• 1/18
• 2/15 – 2/16
11 Blackout Dates
• 11/29 – 11/30
• 12/26 – 12/31
• 1/18
• 2/15 – 2/16
• All Saturdays at Northstar & Kirkwood.

Homewood:

Adult (19-61)  $359
Adult local employee* (19-61)  $299
Senior (62-69)  $239
Super Senior (70+)  $209
Teen (13-18) $309
Youth (5-12) $119
Child (0-4)  FREE

Diamond Peak:

Non-Resident Rates – Sale Price

Age Child
(7-14)
Youth
(15-17)
College
(with ID)
Adult
(18-64)
Senior
(65-69)
Super Senior
(70-79)
Full
(Any Day)
$169 $239 $229 $449 $169 $69
Midweek1
(Mon-Fri)
$156 $199 $199 $309 $156 $59

Boreal:

Adult (13-59) Anytime $199
Teen (13-17) Anytime $199
Child (5-12) Anytime $99
Senior (60-69) Anytime $99
Senior (70+) $59
Child 4 and under free

Donner Ski Ranch:

Adult (18-69) $299

Young Adult (13-17) $249

Senior (70+) $150

Child (7-12) $99

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19 Comments

  1. Not another empty real estate development! says:

    Wow that Homewood pass is way to expensive for slow lifts, dirt/mud parking, minimal snowmaking, and crappy grooming. You might even get a side order of attitude from the rookie marketing dept. Folks you can do alot better then Ski Homewood. Lot of great options this season for the people who live in Tahoe and support the community.

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    • Justin Dohms says:

      Thanks Unofficial for a very informative article. With so many nearby mountains, I think it illustrates just how lucky we are to call Tahoe home!

      I noticed that a previous comment was directed at myself (“rookie marketing”) and my Homewood employer. If the anonymous author had a bad experience at Homewood this year, then I fully take responsibility and apologize for any “attitude” that was directed his/her way. I also invite them to give us another shot next winter.

      They are right that we may not have the fastest lifts, heated parking lots, or the latest snowmaking quiver that many Tahoe resorts and their guests enjoy. We acknowledge this when designing our Season Pass offerings, with the goal of making them the best value in Tahoe. Improvements are on the horizon, and my fellow employees and I work hard to make sure our visitors have an awesome time with their friends and family while on the West Shore.

      All of the mountains on this list are incredible. Having moved from the Jackson Hole area recently, the variety and affordability of our Tahoe mountain resorts are second to none. Alright, enough writing…there’s some fresh snow in the mountains!

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    • Fred Gaper says:

      but then, there is Quail Face…. ;)

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    • Fred Gaper says:

      oh yeah, and did I mention the(endless) tree skiing on powder days ???

      Reply
  2. The Dude says:

    Squaw, Alpine, Sierra pass details are not accurate as shown above. You can only ride Sierra Sun-Fri as a gold or silver pass holder. (The gold pass should be unlimited to Sierra also.) You still have to pay for discounted lift tickets as a bronze or college pass holder. Pretty weak. 2nd half of the page: http://www.squaw.com/the-mountain/lift-tickets-passes/season-passes

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  3. Loomis Powderdogs says:

    midweek sugarbowl is the hidden gem of them all ….

    Reply
    • Shhhhhhh. says:

      Not true, nothing hidden or good about the bowl. Everyone stay at Squaw, Alpine, Heavenly, homewood ect. Sugar Bowl has nothing to offer. You will not like it there. It is no fun.

      Reply
  4. holy shit your passes are cheap. see how much money you all save in snowmaking! no blackout dates in the east = >$1,000 easy. rejoice tahoe skiers. good article.

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  5. gnar says:

    what if I’m 80 and want to ski at Diamond Peak? Apparently I’m supposed to be dead

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  6. Rusty Shackleford says:

    Sierra passes are $279 (unlimited) and $219 (Sunday-Friday) right now. You get Squaw and Alpine early and late season too.

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  7. HaytinHater says:

    Ha ha ha. Hah ha. Wow. Sorry. Have fun wasting,another season. What a shame.

    Reply
  8. Mike says:

    Mt Rose $399.00 no blackouts

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  9. Mud Skier says:

    Time for Unofficial Homewood?
    I got lots of good stories. I’ll write a book too.
    “As the Bullwheel Turns”

    Reply

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