|Valid for: 2020-2021Price expires: Apr 30, 2021||199.00||399.00||499.00||199.00|
Last update of prices 2021 Apr 22. Disclaimer: Lift ticket prices are provided to OnTheSnow directly by the mountain resorts and those resorts are responsible for their accuracy. Season prices and daily ticket prices are subject to change. Call resort for updates.
|NameLast Updated: Dec 24, 2019||Child5-12||Junior13-22||Adult23-64||Senior65-69|
|Two day pass||82.00||179.00||199.00||134.00|
Last update of prices 2019 Dec 24. Disclaimer: Lift ticket prices are provided to OnTheSnow directly by the mountain resorts and those resorts are responsible for their accuracy. Season prices and daily ticket prices are subject to change. Call resort for updates.
How many times will you visit Sierra-at-Tahoe resort? A season Pass is the best choice for avid skiersand for all who want to return to Sierra-at-Tahoe through entire winter season. Skiers can choose from various season pass types to suit all ages and preferences.
Season Pass holders get the best price and various benefits in addition to their season lift tickets.
Check ski pass prices for the ski season 2022-2023 with an estimated start date of 2022 Dec 25 and a tentative end date of 2023 Apr 18. With the 47 slopes and 14 lifts, ski pass holders have a great opportunity to enjoy this ski season.
Daily Lift Tickets for the 2022-2023 ski season may vary depending on whether you buy your lift ticket in the pre-season, high season, peak season or before the end of the season. The lift ticket price also depends on the number of days and the age of the skier. Some ski resorts offer dynamic lift ticket pricing - the price changes depending on how far in advance you buy the lift ticket and at what period of year.
Our hint: You can buy cheaper ski passes in the pre-season and also at the end of the season. If the resort offers dynamic ski pass prices, it is worth buying a ski pass in advance. You can also save money by buying ski passes online - compared to prices at the ticket office, online prices tend to be more affordable.
Lift tickets can be purchased online through a resort website, or in person at a cashdesk in the resort. For the detailed information call (530) 659-7453.
Purchasing your tickets in advance is the best way to save. We recommend to check out resort’s specials page for all kinds of deals, including retail, lodging and ticket deals.