Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort season passholders will have a view more options for skiing and riding this winter.
The ski resort announced Thursday that it will be included in the Powder Alliance, a new partnership of 12 resorts spread across nine states, for the 2013-2014 ski season.
People who purchase Sierra-at-Tahoe’s $369 any day season pass will receive three days of Sunday through Friday, non-holiday skiing or snowboarding at each of the Powder Alliance resorts, as well as special offers on amenities like lodging and rentals.
Resort spokesman Steven Hemphill said Powder Alliance resorts represent many of the “hidden gems” of the ski industry.
The partnership’s resorts include Arizona Snowbowl; Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico; Bridger Bowl in Montana; China Peak and Mountain High in California, Mt. Hood Skibowl and Timberline in Oregon; Stevens Pass in Washington; Schweitzer Mountain Resort in Idaho; Crested Butte in Colorado and Snowbasin Resort in Utah.
Sierra-at-Tahoe will continue to partner with Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows this winter. The benefits at the Tahoe-area resorts extend to all Sierra season passes and provide access to the North Shore ski areas during select dates. The Tahoe Super Pass does not include Powder Alliance benefits, Hemphill said.
Pass upgrades are available to people who have already bought season passes, according to the resort spokesman.