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SQUAW SPRING PASSES STARTING APRIL 1, 2010 FOR $129
Skiers and riders can buy their 2010/11 Squaw Season Pass and add this spring for just $129

[Squaw Valley USA] March 26, 2010 – Skiers and riders can enjoy all that spring has to offer with Squaw’s Spring Pass, on sale now for $129 when packaged with any 2010/11 Season Pass. The Spring Pass is valid 7 days a week starting April 1, 2010. Spring passholders will get their money’s worth as Squaw Valley offers Tahoe’s longest winter season, the most expansive, diverse and highest quality spring terrain and free use of the High Camp Lagoon and Spa starting mid-spring. Squaw currently boasts a 12+ foot base on the upper mountain and is scheduled to remain open until May 9, 2010, conditions permitting. Skiers and riders may also purchase a Spring Pass separately for $179.

This spring, skiers, riders and sunbathers are in for a treat as Squaw rolls out a host of events including everything from pool parties and rail jams to pond skimming and on-mountain competitions. Every Saturday brings a DJ pool party to the High Camp Lagoon and Spa, el. 8200′. Noteworthy parties include the Monster Mash Pool Parties following Monster Energy’s spring series’ events on March 27, April 3, April 24 and May 1. In addition, Squaw hosts the Hot Tub Time Machine Retro Pool Party on April 17, and on May 9, KTKE 101.5 hosts the KTKE Pool Party. The KTKE Pool Party includes $20 lift tickets for anyone who mentions KTKE at the ticket window, free pool entry with Squaw season passes and a 2010/11 Season Pass give-a-way.

Other springtime events will include the Peaks and Lagoons Spring Party Weekend featuring a variety of pool parties, activities and competitions on Saturday, April 3 and Sunday, April 4. Then, April 16-18, Squaw hosts the first ever U.S. Professional Ski Patrol Olympics featuring professional patrollers from across the country. Later this spring, daredevils cross the frigid waters of Lake Cushing for the 20th Annual Cushing Classic. This wildly entertaining competition challenges local lunatics and gregarious guests to cross the vast and chilly waters of Lake Cushing on skis, a snowboard or any ski or snowboard-based vessel. Notorious for its colossal crashes, hilarious costumes, and ultra-creative pond skimming contraptions, the annual Lake Cushing Classic comes to Squaw mid-April to early May on a date to be determined.

The following is the adult season pass pricing if purchased by May 9, 2010.
2010 SPRING PASS:
$129 – purchased with any 2010/2010 Season Pass
$179 – purchased separately

2010/2011 BRONZE PASS – $369
Valid 7 days a week beginning November 20, 2010 excluding Saturdays in January & February and fifteenblackout dates. Includes FREE night skiing/riding.

2010/2011 SILVER PASS – $499
Valid 7 days a week beginning November 20, 2010 excluding twelve blackout dates.
Includes Summer Cable Car if purchased before May 9, 2010 and FREE night skiing/riding.

2010/2011 GOLD PASS- $949
Valid 7 days a week beginning November 20, 2010 with no blackout dates.
Includes:
2 guided half-day private lessons
4 vouchers for $20 off an Adult All Day lift ticket
15% off Squaw Valley retail purchases
Hosted Passholder party
Summer Cable Car with purchase by May 9, 2010

2010/2011 PLATINUM PASS – $1599
Valid 7 days a week beginning November 20, 2010 with no blackout dates.
Includes:
4 guided half-day private lessons
2 complimentary Adult All Day lift tickets
Hosted Passholder party
20% off Squaw Valley retail purchases
FREE 10 Wax Card
4 vouchers for $20 off an Adult All Day lift ticket
Summer Cable Car with purchase by May 9, 2010

Note: Complete child, young adult, senior and race team pricing is available at www.squaw.com.
The most up-to-date resort conditions, operation schedules, events and live mountain cams are available on www.squaw.com.
For Great Lodging Specials Call 866-366-7261
or visit www.squaw.com.