Sierra-at-Tahoe Offers Free Skiing to Passholders at Neighboring Resorts

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The 2017-18 winter has been a rough one in California, but that doesn’t mean Sierra-at-Tahoe won’t take care of you. Season pass holders at neighboring resorts have been offered a free day of skiing at Sierra-at-Tahoe through the end of February.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Press Release:

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – February 6, 2018 – Sierra-at-Tahoe is offering free skiing to passholders of neighboring resorts with the “Have One On Us” program. Passholders from Dodge Ridge Ski Area and China Peak Mountain Resort will be granted one day of free skiing at Sierra-at-Tahoe through the end of February.

“This winter has been a fickle one. While we are able to provide most of our mountain, other resorts in northern California haven’t been as fortunate by no fault of their own,” says General Manager, John Rice. “We hope this program will provide relief and additional value to their guests who’ve invested money in the season and just want to enjoy some turns.”

Free skiing for eligible passholders is available Sunday through Friday, Non-Holiday until February 28, 2018. Blackout dates include February 17 and 18. To redeem their free ticket, passholders will present their valid 17/18 Season Pass for Dodge Ridge Ski Area or China Peak Mountain Resort.

Sierra-at-Tahoe is excited to offer free skiing to fellow winter enthusiasts. It gives a chance for people to enjoy skiing and snowboarding in Tahoe while eliminating the cost barrier. For non-passholders, day tickets can otherwise be purchased at any ticket window or online at

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2 thoughts on “Sierra-at-Tahoe Offers Free Skiing to Passholders at Neighboring Resorts

  1. Right on, John! Way to give back. The Ridge and The Peak are non-existent this winter, so at least their pass holders can come up and make some turns.

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