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Lake Tahoe 1-Night/2-Day Hotel Trips

»Trip Itinerary

- Depart Bay Area: 4-5:15am
- Ski from: 9:00am-4:00pm
- Apres-Ski Party: 3:30-4:30pm
- Shower, Dinner, hot tub
- Night, night!

- Shuttle to Ski Resort: 8:00am
- Ski from: 9:00am-4:00pm
- Apres-Ski Party: 3:00-4:00pm
- Depart for Home: 4:00pm
- Home between 8:30 & 10:00pm

Beach Retreat & Lodge  
for trips that include at least
S. Shore resort

Biltmore Hotel & Casino  
   for North Shore trips

- Both have Hot Tubs, close
  access to restaurants, nightlife
  & casinos :)

Lake Tahoe Weekend Hotel Packages
Ski or Ride Tahoe 2 days - Hassles-Free!
2014-2015 Schedule 
Dates Resorts Retail
Dec 20-21 Squaw Vly & Sugar Bowl $370 $329
Dec 27-28 Sierra Tahoe & Kirkwood $434 $409
Jan 10-11 Kirkwood & Northstar $430 $385
Jan 17-18 Squaw Vly & Sugar Bowl $393 $349
Jan 24-25 Sierra Tahoe & Northstar $430 $385
Jan 31-Feb 1 Heavenly (Both Days) $436 $399
Feb 7-8 Northstar & Squaw Vly $413 $375
Feb 14-15 Sierra Tahoe & Alpine $477 $419
Feb 21-22 Kirkwood & Sierra Tahoe $374 $345
Feb 28-Mar 1 Heavenly & Kirkwood $405 $379
Mar 7-8 Kirkwood & Squaw Vly $424 $369
Mar 14-15 Heavenly & Sierra Tahoe $405 $375

Single Occupancy Rates range from $65-$80

Rates without Lift Tickets are available too!

»Payment and Terms

Prices include:
Luxury Bus Ride, Lodging, Lift Tickets, daily breakfast, afternoon BBQsnacks

Registration Deadline is 15 days prior.

Cancellations within 15 days will forfeit $100.
Cancellations within 5 days will forfeit All monies paid.

Solo registrants will room with another of same gender.

Customer Testimonial:
I wanted to be sure to tell you that Holly, our host on that trip (the trip with quite the unexpected adventures) was marvelous and showed herself to be an excellent crisis manager. I hope you do something special for her for representing your company well, keeping a cool head, and making some good decisions during a difficult and stressful time. She maintained a sense of humor and kept the group's morale as good as it could be under the circumstances. Her number one priority, as she repeatedly stated, was to get us back down the mountain safely...which she did.
   -- Marielle