Ski California Gold Pass: What’s Included?

James Pulfer | | Industry NewsIndustry News
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Enjoying a nice powdery day at Squaw Valley, CA. Unsplash

If you live in California or Nevada, you are gonna want to put this pass on your radar. The “Ski California Gold Pass” includes 32 mountains across both California and Nevada, covering the whole Tahoe area and some. Including big names such as; Sierra-at-Tahoe, Heavenly, Mt. Rose, Squaw Valley, Northstar, Mammoth, Big Bear, and Homewood just to name a few. You will have access to 50 days of skiing at each of these 32 destinations. This ultimate flexibility and freedom is perfect for those that like to road trip!

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The legendary KT-22 lift that is accessible with the Ski California Gold Pass. SnowBrains

One unique selling point worth mentioning is that these passes are fully transferrable. This means that you can loan your pass to buddies, coworkers, family, or anyone else who would enjoy some turns. This pass also offers No Blackout Dates, so you can ski any day of the season that you choose without worry. Direct Lift Access is offered at most locations utilizing RFID chips, built right into your pass.

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A patriotic skier enjoying some sunny Tahoe skiing. SnowBrains

The cost of the Gold Pass is $3,300. However, Ski California and SnowBrains have teamed up to bring you a $500 discount, bringing the price back down to the early-season price of $2,800. On checkout, use the code SNOWBRAINS500.

Due to the uncertainty of what this ski season will look like, Ski California is offering a “Gold Promise“. This refund policy should give buyers confidence that they will get their money’s worth, no matter what comes our way this winter.

Local Tahoe ski manufacturer, Praxis Skis, is offering a limited edition graphic on a pair of their skis, that you can only purchase along with your Ski California Gold pass. Grab yours while you still can, there are only 100 of these passes available on a first-come-first-served basis each season, usually selling out early. The High Fives Foundation will receive a $50 dollar donation with every Gold Pass sold, which is pretty Rad if you ask me!

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All smiles on this lift chair. Unsplash

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