Spring skiing has arrived in the Lake Tahoe region. That means warm weather, corn snow, relaxed atmosphere, and one more thing – deals!.
This spring, skiers and snowboarders who are looking for the ultimate excuse to extend their season will find it at many Tahoe ski resorts, including in Homewood Mountain Resort.
Spring-Loaded 3-Pack costs $132
Homewood is offering its Spring-Loaded 3-Pack – three unrestricted lift tickets valid for the rest of the 2012-13 ski season priced at $132, or just $44 per day. Homewood actually had a great price all season at $59.
There are no restrictions or blackout days and the Spring-Loaded 3-Pack also includes direct-to-lift convenience, as skiers or riders only need to pick up their 3-pack card once and then can go directly to Homewood’s chairlifts on their second and third visits.
“Spring skiing and riding in Lake Tahoe is an unforgettable experience,” said Homewood General Manager Kevin Mitchell. “We simply wanted to offer a product that allows everyone to come experience the classic Tahoe peak-to-shore fun of Homewood Mountain Resort at our very best price.”
Purchase online or at Homewood resort
While the Spring-Loaded 3-Pack is available online and at the resort, adult skiers and riders who would like to see what Homewood has to offer before committing to three full days can turn in their daily lift ticket – purchased either at the resort that day or through the Homewood eStore – for a $66 or $58 credit respectively toward the purchase of a 3-Pack.
That means, for the price of one additional daily lift ticket, day skiers/riders can upgrade to the 3-Pack and receive two additional days at Homewood.
For additional details and restrictions, as well as to purchase online, please see SkiHomewood.com/3pack.