Alpine Meadows Offers Discounted Tickets Through May 13
Alpine Meadows is still open, spring conditions are optimal and lift ticket prices are low.
[Press Release, Tahoe City, Calif.] April 30, 2012 – While most ski resorts have closed for the season, Alpine Meadows will still be open Friday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., through May 13. To celebrate spectacular spring skiing and riding, Alpine is offering discounted lift ticket prices for May.
The snowfall from March and April has presented such great skiing and riding, it just wouldn’t be right to end the season before May. Skiers and riders taking advantage of Alpine’s legendary spring skiing into May can purchase adult lift tickets for $78. Young adult and senior tickets are $62 and child and super senior lift tickets are $20. One and two-day tickets and reload tickets will be available.* Season passholders get a 50 percent discount off of the adult $78 lift ticket for friends. Additionally, passholders of other resorts can ski or ride for just $50.
*Half-day, four packs and three-day advanced purchased ticket will no longer be available after April 29.
Alpine’s Spring Music Series is still in effect, featuring live music every Saturday and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the Sun Deck. As part of the remaining Spring Music Series, guests can soak up some rays and enjoy music by Milton Mendez (Saturday, May 5), DJ One Truest (Sunday, May 6), DJ Zeb Early (Saturday, May 12) and Funky Miracle (Sunday, May 13).
Another Alpine springtime festivity to look forward to includes a special Cinco De Mayo Celebration that will take place on the Sun Deck starting at 12 p.m., Saturday, May 5, with $5 margaritas, $5 nacho plates and fun games.
Don’t forget to purchase a 2012/2013 season pass before May 7 for the best pricing and benefits. Tahoe Super Passes are on sale starting at $429 for adults and include free skiing and riding for the remainder of this winter season. Lowest pricing is only guaranteed through May 7, 2012.
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