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Extra day tickets for passholders at Squaw/Alpine, Sugarbowl, Royal Gorge 2014/15

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Sugarbowl announced the clearest indication of some extra sweetners to having season passes NEXT season:

 

"Sugar Bowl’s Unrestricted Season Passholders will receive four free tickets to Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows next season, which can be used Sunday-Friday on any non-holiday dates.

 

Sugar Bowl’s Slightly Restricted Season Passholders will receive three free tickets,

 

while Summit Sunday and Midweek Season Passholders will receive two free tickets, all subject to the same restrictions.

 

Squaw Valley’s Gold Season Passholders will receive four free lift tickets to Sugar Bowl/Royal Gorge XC,

 

while Silver Passholders will receive two free tickets.

 

All tickets will be redeemable Sunday-Friday and subject to holiday blackouts.

 

If tickets are used at Royal Gorge, North America’s largest cross country ski resort, XC ski rental equipment will be included free of charge."

 

 

(The above reads differently to the impression in an email from Sqam that says:

 

We're excited to have you among the very first to know that we've added Sugar Bowl and Royal Gorge as season pass partners for the 2014-15 winter season. That means that next season you could have a pass that gives you Tahoe access to:

• Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows
• Sierra-at-Tahoe
• Sugar Bowl
• Royal Gorge
• 9,650 acres
• 69 lifts
• 419 runs
• 13 Peaks
• 200 km/124 miles of cross country trails on 7,500 acres at North America's largest cross country resort

And that doesn't even count access to the Mountain Collective resorts Alta, Snowbird, Aspen, Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, and Whistler Blackcomb. Specific details will be announced soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime we hope you can get out there and enjoy using your current season pass.

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This is little consolation to losing all season access to Sierra at Tahoe that Squaw/Alpine passholders recieved last season.  I wonder what happened?  It will be much more difficult for Squaw/Alpine to compete against the Tahoe Local pass.  I for one really enjoyed being able to choose between skiing the South or North shore all season.  I was really impressed with Sierra at Tahoe last season and will miss skiing there this season but look forward to skiing Kirkwood, Heavenly, Northstar.  It will be interesting to see how much of an impact this season pass change has on the crowding at Squaw/Alpine.  I was hoping you would get more days at Sugar Bowl as well with this change, that is a great resort too, but two or four days at Sugar Bowl and Sierra is not enough of a benefit.

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