While Vail Resorts is shutting down all Lake Tahoe resorts this coming weekend, other places around the majestic blue waters are taking a stand for skiers & snowboarders who still want to ride the record setting snowfall. Mt. Rose is committed to keep things rolling and is offering some screaming deals too! So, throw some spring wax on your base, put on some sunblock and grab your gear. Mt Rose late season is just getting started!
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While other Lake Tahoe resorts got a TON of rain this season, Mt. Rose was able to take advantage of having the highest base in the Tahoe basin at 8,260’ and receiving nearly all snow. They recorded a WHOPPING 761 inches of snow (the most in their history) and still counting. This season has already shattered the old record of 600 inches from the 1994-95 season. Heck, Mount Rose has only recorded 500 or more inches five times in its entire history! To commemorate such a monumental winter, they’re staying open through Memorial Day AND throwing in some epic deals.
Lift Ticket Specials through Memorial Day
The following specials all start on April 27th:
Local’s Sunday – $25
Do you live within an hour of Mt. Rose? All you gotta do is buy a lift ticket BEFORE the day you shred then show up on a Sunday with your ID showing you live in one of the following cities and you’ll get a lift ticket for twenty-five bucks:
- Carson City
- North Lake Tahoe
- South Lake Tahoe
Four Friends Pack – $99
Got a couple of buddies you want to shred with? For only $99, you can get up to four people to ski/ride for next to nothing. Talk about a scorching price!
Four Days of Riding – $99
Feel like skiing/snowboarding for a few days in a row? You can purchase a lift ticket for $99 to ride 4 consecutive days (Thursday to Sunday).
Thursday is for the Ladies – $29
The classic Mt. Rose Thursday Ladies special will continue until the end of the season allowing all women to ride for next to nothing.
FYI… Starting on April 29th, Mt. Rose will transition their schedule to be open Thursday-Sunday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. If you’re wondering when is the best time to shred in spring, be sure to read our spring skiing article. I don’t know about you, but we at Local Freshies® will have to take them up on these off-the-charts deals. See ya on the slopes!