For those wishing to enjoy a skiing adventure during the holiday weekend you are in luck. The officials at California’s Alpine Meadows announced recently that the resort on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore will re-open for a three-day event of skiing and riding over the Independence Day holiday weekend.
Both snowboarders and skiers can enjoy the slopes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday through Monday, July 2 through 4. Terrain will be available from the summit of the mountain to the sun deck on the lodge, which is a great top to bottom for all levels of adventurers.
Rental equipment will be available throughout the weekend. On each day from 9 to 11 am, a two-hour beginner ski and snowboard lessons will also be offered. No reservations with be required for the lessons with private instruction available every hour on the hour for all levels as well. Reservations are recommended for those seeking private lessons via the resort or by contacting the Alpine Meadows Snow Sports Center at (530) 581-8200.
Party mode will begin every day at noon until 4pm with a slope side BBQ with all the fun you can dream of including special games, live music, and activities every day throughout the holiday. Alpine Meadows 4th of July Commemorative T-shirts will also be available that wish to remember the day.
Pre-purchased lift tickets will be available online by June 30 for $40 ($25 down and the $15 balance due upon arrival at the mountain). Season passholders will be able to ski or ride without costs.
In addition, Alpine Meadows will host the “4th of July Fan Quest” challenge from May 13 through June 30 where guests will have the opportunity to reduce the daily rates to only $25. For every 1,000 fans Alpine Meadows receives on Facebook during May 13 and June 30, they will reduce the balance $3 for all those that pre-purchase. The offer is only good for the first new 5,000 fans or with a savings of $15.