Homewood, Diamond Peak offer reciprocal season passes
August 30, 2013
HOMEWOOD, Calif. — Season-pass holders of Homewood Mountain Resort and Diamond Peak Resort have come together to offer reciprocal pass holder lift tickets at each resort.
Homewood pass holders can enjoy four non-holiday days of skiing or riding at Diamond Peak this season, and Diamond Peak pass holders can enjoy the same perk at Homewood.
In addition, pass holders at Diamond Peak can take advantage of four days of non-holiday skiing or riding at Homewood's sister resort — Red Lodge Mountain Resort in Montana — where Homewood pass holders already enjoy unlimited privileges.
Both Homewood and Diamond Peak are known for incredible views of Lake Tahoe, great value across the mountain, and family-friendly atmospheres.
Pass holders love the uncrowded slopes, easy access from Highways 89 and 28, and fun on-mountain events.
To take advantage of the partner lift tickets, season-pass holders must present their valid 2013-14 season pass at the ticket window to receive one complimentary lift ticket valid on that day only.
Complimentary lift tickets will not be issued during holiday blackout periods. Details and restrictions are listed on the season pass pages at http://www.skihomewood.com and http://www.diamondpeak.com.
As an added bonus, 2012-13 and 2013-14 Homewood Mountain Resort pass holders will also receive discounts at the Incline Village Golf Courses for the remainder of the 2013 golf season — through mid to late October. Pass holders must reserve a tee time at either the Championship or the Mountain course by calling 866.925.GOLF. Details and discounted golf rates are available at http://www.golfincline.com.
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