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Sierra-at-Tahoe 2014-2015 Season Pass on sale

Steve Hemphill, Communications Director at Sierra-at-Tahoe announced that the resorts Season Pass is now on sale. Sierra has a lot to offer.

Flying high at Sierra
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Consider this: 2,000 acres of great skiing, slopes that are wind protected, 11 acres of sculpted beginner terrain, a nationally recognized group of terrain parks, the world's only Burton Star Wars Experience, 320 acres of prime backcountry terrain, and great food. In addition, the resort boasts three Olympic gold medal winners, Jamie Anderson, Maddie Bowman, and Hannah Teter.

That's quite a bit, but the season pass offer adds to all that. The Keepin It Real Pass makes it that much better. Here is what Hemphill has to say:

"...Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort has something for everyone! Along with a mountain experience unlike any other, Sierra Resort is focused on giving guests the ultimate value! Only $289, guests who purchase a 2014-15 Keepin’ It Real Unlimited Season Pass, will get to ski free the rest of the 2014 season and enjoy free skiing at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows and the Powder Alliance.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is offering the Keepin’ It Real Unlimited Season Pass for a limited time only. Through April 30, 2014 guests can buy a Keepin’ It Real Unlimited Season Pass and get unrestricted access to the mountain seven days a week, all season long, with no restrictions the entire 2014-15 season. That means no blackout dates on powder days, holidays or weekends when other passholders may get shutout. They also can ski or ride at Sierra Resort for free the rest of the 2013-14 season. Guests are encouraged to act quickly before prices will increase by up to $100 after April 30, 2014, or until quantities run out."

Sierra is a part of the Powder Alliance, and unlimited pass holders get to ski and ride for free, 4 days worth, at several other resorts in the system: Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Crested Butte, Snowbasin, Stevens Pass, Timberline, Schweitzer, China Peak, Mountain High, Arizona Snowbowl, Mt. Hood Skibowl, Angel Fire Resort, and Bridger Bowl. That is a lot of terrain at great resorts.

The best time to buy the pass is now. Since it's time limited for the best price, early birds win.

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