Sierra Skiing on the Cheap

By Davidson, Ben | Sunset, January 1997 | Go to article overview

Sierra Skiing on the Cheap


Davidson, Ben, Sunset


Talk skiing and you're usually talking big bucks. But bargainsavvy snowsporters know that good deals are available, especially around Tahoe and in the western Sierra.

Badger Pass. Cross-country skiers have free access to 90 miles of trails and 40 kilometers of machine-set track, including a "skating" lane from the main trailhead near the downhill area out to Glacier Point. (209) 372-1000.

Bear Valley. A Skiing Bears package including an all-day lesson and rentals is free for children 4 through 8 on their birthdays. A copy of the child's birth certificate is required. Ages 6 and under ski free every day. (209) 753-2301.

Boreal. The free Nugget chair lift gives beginners a chance to get their ski legs on easy terrain. (916) 426-3666.

Diamond Peak. Downhill lift tickets are half-price ($18.50) and cross-country trail tickets just $7 every nonholiday Wednesday. (702) 831-3249.

Donner Ski Ranch. Regular prices for lift tickets are the lowest in the Tahoe region ($22, $10 kids and seniors). On nonholiday Tuesdays through Thursdays, tickets cost $15, $5 ages 6 through 12. (916) 426-3635.

Mt. Rose. Nonholiday deals include two-for-one tickets on Tuesdays and a half-price discount on all-day tickets weekdays for season-pass holders from any ski area. …

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