Alpine Meadows Offers Unrestricted Skiing All Spring
with the $99 Spring Pass

Lake Tahoe’s Alpine Meadows Ski Resort will offer the $99 Spring Pass, which will allow guests to ski and snowboard every day from Friday, April 1 until the end of the season.  The Spring Pass can be purchased at Alpine Meadows or at SkiAlpine.com starting Sunday, March 20.

Join Alpine Meadows’ Alpine Club skier benefit program to purchase the Spring Pass
Alpine Club members may visit SkiAlpine.com to purchase the Spring Pass for just $99.  Not a member yet?  The Spring Pass is a reason to join.  Visit SkiAlpine.com to join the Alpine Club ($20) for access to purchase the Spring Pass.  Alpine Club members may opt for the Spring Pass, and membership automatically includes savings for mountain dining, retail shopping, rentals, adult/kids’ lessons, and more.

Have a pass to another ski resort?  Alpine Club membership fee is waived.
Passholders who present a 2010-2011 season pass from any other resort can join the Alpine Club (which provides access to purchase the Spring Pass) free of charge.  A passholder simply presents his or her valid 2010-2011 season pass when picking up a Spring Ticket at the mountain.

World’s best spring snow
With more than 48 feet of total snowfall accumulation at its mid mountain elevation so far this season, Alpine Meadows’ spring snow pack guarantees perfect conditions from summit to base throughout spring 2011.

Event-packed spring
Alpine Meadows Spring Concert Series brings live music to the mountain every weekend.  Live music is a spring tradition at locations like the Ice Bar, Mid Mountain Chalet, sundeck, and Last Chair Bar; as well as the Alpine Meadows Bandwagon mobile stage and sound system.   Additionally, spring event classics as well as a few new events are highly anticipated – like College Week (March 14 – 20), Take the Lake (March 18 – 20), the Disabled Sports Ability Celebration (March 22 – 26), the Red Bull Schlittentag (April 9) the annual Season Pass Party (April 16), the Ice Bar Spring Bash (April 17) the Beacon & Eggs beacon search contest (April 24); the Mad Cow Downhill (May 8), and many more.   For a full list of spring concerts and events, visit SkiAlpine.com.

Spring chair lifts and terrain
Conditions permitting, Alpine Meadows plans to remain fully operational until April 24 and then transition to a spring operating schedule with select lifts running Friday through Sunday until May 8.  Ski or ride top-to-bottom terrain on Alpine’s renowned corn snow all spring.

Ranked as a top winter resort by SKI Magazine, Alpine Meadows Ski Resort blends an authentic mountain experience with cutting-edge technology to enhance the guest experience.  Focusing on online savings programs, Alpine Meadows offers guests everyday ticket savings with adult prices starting at $50 for winter 2010/2011.  Alpine is situated in the picturesque Tahoe National Forest and offers skiers and snowboarders 2,400 acres of terrain.  With 14 lifts, more than 100 trails, and majestic views of Lake Tahoe, Alpine Meadows is accessed via Interstate 80, 45 miles west of Reno, NV and 200 miles east of San Francisco, CA.  Alpine Meadows’ parent company is San Francisco, California based JMA Ventures, LLC.  JMA is a full service real estate investment firm, serving as managing member of over $500 million in existing projects. Visit SkiAlpine.com or call 530-583-4232 for more information about Alpine Meadows.