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Affordable Season Passes Now at Available at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe


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Offering one of the most affordable season pass options at Lake Tahoe with rates starting as low as $229, the Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe season pass sale pricing for the winter 2015-16 season goes through September 30.

Providing access to some of the most diverse terrain and highest quality snow conditions in the region, Mt. Rose’s season pass lineup includes the holiday periods (no blackout dates) as well as a slew of added value perks.

Climatologists’ long-term forecasts indicate the 2015-16 winter season has the potential to surpass some of the largest El Nino events on record.

In anticipation of what could be a significant winter weather year in the Sierra, Mt. Rose is gearing up with $1.2 million in on-mountain improvements that include enhanced snowmaking, four new beginner trails and the realignment of the new “Wizard” chairlift, renovation of the children’s lesson registration area and the Timbers Bar, a new rental equipment fleet and more.

Season passholders will enjoy season long access to some of the best terrain and highest quality snow conditions in the region, no holiday restrictions, and our earliest scheduled opening ever on October 29, 2015.

Featuring Lake Tahoe’s highest resort base area at 8,260 feet, skiers and riders who visit Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe have access to the best natural snow conditions in the region and some of the most diverse terrain for all ability levels.

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is also making it easier than ever to pay for a season pass. With payment plans that allow passholders who purchase the Premier Pass to split it into four easy payments, skiers and snowboarders are invited to “Ski Today & Pay Tomorrow.” After the initial payment, subsequent installments will be automatically charged on the first of the month.

All season passes can be purchased online at www.skirose.com or in person at the resort’s Main Lodge from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday in September and October, and daily once the resort opens for the season.


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