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Squaw Valley Guest Passes: Use or Lose

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I bought a season pass to Squaw Valley this season and have had a blast getting re-acquainted with the Mother Church of Sierra skiing.  The pass includes four guest discount passes at $50 good M-F and four at $75 any day for the rest of the season.  I can't bank 'em, and I've been making solo day trips from the Sacramento Valley (12 so far).  So, I can get you on the hill pretty cheap if we can hook up and be there at the same time.  Maybe even make a new ski friend or two.  Sharing the ride and gas would also be nice, but I just hate to see something useful go to waste.  Send me a PM if you can use one or more.  As I understand it, you have to be my guest, so it's not like a voucher I could sell you; we'd have to be able to meet at the ticket office on the day.

 

The mountain still has eight feet up top with more on the way this week (and probably next).  With Squaw's variety of sun exposures, surely there are some epic corn days ahead, and I haven't had nearly enough yet...

 

I'm tentatively planning to go up this Friday to catch some of the Super-G at the Alpine Nationals.  I really want to see top racers point 'em down Women's Downhill...

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I have a friendly Bear visiting me at the end of the week.  Perhaps he would be interested in taking you up on this offer Friday. 

 

I'll shoot you and him a PM. 

Thanks for sharing.   Someone owes you a Wildflour cookie. 

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50% off for pals' tickets - Squaw just emailed Starting April 7 and through the end of the season just bring your Season pass to the ticket office and get 50% off an Adult, Child, or Super Senior lift ticket. One lift ticket discount per passholder per day.
 

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