(Lake Tahoe, CA) Alpine Meadows, Kirkwood, and Homewood Mountain Resorts have teamed to offer the Triple Threat season pass exclusively to college students during winter 2011-2012.
Students can choose the $199 Limited Triple Threat, which is valid Monday through Friday*; or the $329 Unlimited Triple Threat pass, which is valid daily*. Early-purchase prices are available through December 13, 2011.
“The Triple Threat pass offers access to three of Tahoe’s best resorts,” said Deanna Gescheider, vice president of marketing and sales for JMA Sierra Ventures, LLC, parent company of Alpine Meadows and Homewood. “With 5900 acres of some of the country’s most prized terrain, nine terrain parks, and famously deep powder, Triple Threat offers unlimited terrain options as well as a superb value,” she added.
Undergraduate and graduate students must be enrolled at an accredited two- or four-year college or university carrying a minimum of six units or credits. Students must produce a signed letter from his or her school registrar, administration, or Dean stating he or she is enrolled full-time, carrying the minimum of six credits or units. Students are required to show a photo I.D. and college transcript when picking up their purchased season pass.
The Triple Threat Limited pass offers additional resort benefits such as a ten percent savings on retail and dining, complimentary internet, and two-for-one private instruction at Alpine Meadows; and two discounted Kirkwood buddy tickets per day, ten percent off of Kirkwood logo wear and savings at www.ShopKirkwood.com.
The Triple Threat Unlimited pass offers resort benefits such as a 10 percent retail/dining savings, complimentary internet, and two-for-one private instruction at Alpine Meadows; and two complimentary Kirkwood buddy tickets to be used on or before December 25, 2011. Additionally, four discounted buddy tickets may be purchased per day. A 20 percent retail savings at Kirkwood is also available. Additionally, Triple Threat pass holders receive a $25 dining credit at Homewood’s West Shore Café & Inn.
Students may purchase the Triple Threat season pass by visiting Tripl3Threat.com or by calling Alpine Meadows at 530.581.8310 or Kirkwood at 209.258.7277. Additionally, information is available at SkiAlpine.com and Kirkwood.com.
*Unlimited Triple Threat season passes are not valid at Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resorts on the following days during winter 2011-2012: December 26 – December 31, 2011; January 14 & 15, 2012; and February 18 & 19, 2012. Unlimited Triple Threat season passes are valid every day including holidays at Kirkwood Mountain Resort.
*Limited Triple Threat season passes are not valid at Alpine Meadows, Homewood, and Kirkwood Mountain Resorts on the following days during winter 2011-2012: all Saturdays and Sundays; December 26 – December 31, 2011; January 14 – January 16, 2012; and February 18 – February 20, 2012.
**Homewood access subject to terms of issuance.
About Alpine Meadows Ski Resort
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.
About Kirkwood Mountain Resort
Kirkwood Mountain Resort is one of the nation’s top year-round family destination lifestyle resorts. Located just 177 miles from the Bay Area along scenic Highway 88, its base elevation of 7,800-feet assures skiers more annual snowfall than any other Tahoe resort. Kirkwood is recognized by winter purists and national media alike for the quality of its snow and terrain variety. Known for its pristine beauty and action-packed expeditions and events, winter fun includes skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, sled dog tours, and backcountry expeditions. An ideal location for weddings and corporate meetings, the Kirkwood Village includes boutique shopping, live music and dining. Resort real estate ranges in size from condominiums and townhomes to luxury slopeside residences. For more information about Kirkwood Mountain Resort, log on to www.kirkwood.com or call 209.258.6000.
About Homewood Mountain Resort
Homewood Mountain Resort is one of California’s first winter recreation resorts. Offering a family-friendly atmosphere since 1961, Homewood continues to offer premier winter skiing and snowboarding with a focus on top level guest service and custom vacation packages. Homewood is accessible via Interstate 80 to California State Route 89, just 55 miles from Reno Tahoe International Airport. Homewood’s parent company is JMA Ventures, LLC, a full service real estate investment firm, serving as managing member of over $500 million in existing projects. Visit SkiHomewood.com or call 530.525.2992 for more information about Homewood Mountain Resort