The 2013/2014 Tahoe Super Pass is now on sale and includes free spring skiing and riding, access to three different resorts, including Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows and Sierra-at-Tahoe and plenty of extra passholder benefits.

Gold and Silver Tahoe Super passholders can also enjoy Sierra-at-Tahoe during the 2013/2014 season. That’s more than 8,000 skiable acres, 15 terrain parks, two super pipes, 57 chair lifts and 316 trails between the three resorts. Bronze and college passholders can upgrade their passes for $50 to access Sierra-at-Tahoe as well.

Here is a breakdown on the season passes:

Adults:

  • Gold - $769 – no restrictions
  • Silver - $539 – Some blackout dates
  • Bronze - $470 – 10 restricted holidays and restricted Saturdays in January and February
  • College - $399 – no restrictions

Young adults (13 to 22):

  • Gold - $599
  • Silver - $389
  • Bronze- $329

Children (5 to 12)

  • Gold - $299
  • Silver - $229

Seniors (65 to 75)

  • Gold - $599
  • Silver - $389
  • Bronze- $329

Super Seniors (75 and older)

  • Gold - $299
  • Silver - $229

 

Purchase before May 7 to guarantee the best possible price and receive Tahoe Super PassMembership Perks valued at $2,000 (for Gold passholders). Members receive 10% off food and beverages at Squaw and Alpine, lodging discounts at The Village at Squaw, discounted family and friend lift tickets and free or discounted Dawn Patrols.

All passholders can redeem $100 off a Woodward Tahoe Camp and $90 off a Woodward Bunker Pass ($259 with the discount).

Gold passholders get two tickets to Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia and 50% off lift tickets at the following ski resorts: Alta/Snowbird, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb.

The Tahoe Super Passes can pay for themselves by skiing or riding between four to eight days. Season pass insurance can be purchased for $35 for adults, young adults, college students and seniors or $24 for children and super seniors.

Click here for more information or to purchase a Tahoe Super Pass.