Lift tickets are just $63/day with the purchase of a 3-pack, which can be used any day all season long. Days do not need to be consecutive. 3-Packs are non-transferable and non-refundable. Season passes are also on sale, including the popular Family Pass which includes 2 adult and 2 teen/child season passes for $1,099.
Womens ski and snowboard camps are offered in February and March and include two full days of skiing and riding with top female instructors, a welcome breakfast on the first day, lunch on both days, a goodie bag, après ski at West Shore Café, plus a video analysis to help participants create a personalized strategy for improvement. Camps are just $499, which includes a 2-day lift ticket.
For those looking for a more flexible learning environment, the Friends and Family Private Lesson is perfect for groups of up to five skiers or riders who want to spend a day learning together. The Friends and Family Lesson offers an opportunity for the whole group to improve their skills, have fun, and make memories while taking advantage of priority ski school lift line access. Early Bird lessons start at just $89.
Lift tickets as low as $44 when you purchase online in advance from www.skihomewood.com. Great value! Great view! Great snow!
Planning to come back this season? Buy a 3-Pack and ski for just $63/day. 3-Pack tickets can be used any day all season long and do not need to be used consecutively. Use two now and save one for your next trip! Non-transferable and non-refundable.
Homewood Mountain Resort is now offering snowcat accessed backcountry skiing and snowboarding to advanced skiers and snowboarders from the top of Ellis Peak, just above the resorts designated ski area boundary on Lake Tahoes West Shore.
Over 750 acres of tree runs, steeps, glades, backcountry bowls and fresh snow await just out-of-bounds at Homewood Resort. This season, groups of up to 10 skiers and riders can enjoy guided access in the backcountry with Homewood Snowcat Adventures. Participants will enjoy laps of up to 1,828 vertical feet from the top of Ellis Peak to the bottom of Old Homewood Express chairlift. After each run, a short chairlift ride takes participants and their guides back to meet the snowcat for another ride to the top of Ellis Peak, where breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and Desolation Wilderness await, along with untracked terrain.
The terrain accessible by snowcat just outside the resort boundary is some of the most desirable backcountry skiing and riding on the West Shore, said Kevin Mitchell, general manager of Homewood Mountain Resort. Thanks to the El Nino winter conditions were experiencing in Tahoe this season, advanced skiers and snowboarders will have guided access to this incredible terrain through Homewoods Snowcat Adventures throughout the remainder of the season as conditions permit.
Homewood Snowcat Adventures are led by experienced backcountry guides with a focus on safety, fun and adventure. The maximum group size is capped at 10 people to ensure plenty of powder runs for everyone, with all participants required to be advanced skiers or snowboarders. Private group tours for intermediate skiers and snowboarders can be arranged in advance with a full buyout.
All day packages with Homewood Snowcat Adventures, which includes both lift access at Homewood Resort as well as the snowcat tour, are available for $399 per person, per day. Also included are the required backcountry backpack, shovel, avalanche beacon, and probe, as well as professional instruction related to mountain safety practices.
$52 adult ski and snowboard first-timer packages
Homewood Mountain Resort offers the best learn to ski/snowboard deal in the Lake Tahoe region – for just $52. Sunday through Friday, non-holiday, first-timers will receive a half-day lesson along with all-day equipment rental and beginner lift ticket – a savings of $40. It’s everything you need to make your first turns on snow!
Simply purchase your Learn to Ski or Learn to Ride package online, at least 2 days in advance of your desired lesson date to receive the special $52 price all season long.
Those interested in making a real commitment to learning to ski or snowboard can score the ultimate deal – Homewood’s Learn to Ski/Ride 3-pack comes out to just $57/day and includes three full days of lift tickets, rentals and lessons, as well as the Learn to Ski/Ride guarantee – you’ll be skiing/snowboarding down one of our signature upper mountain beginner runs by your third day, or your fourth day is free.
First Time Learn to Ski/Ride Packages
ONLINE/WINDOW RATE HALF DAY 3-PACK
Daily Rate $52/$92 $171 ($57/day)
Peak Rate* $92/$102 $171 ($57/day)
Holiday Rate** $92/$102 $171 ($57/day)
West Shore Café is open daily for dinner, and offers après ski specials including complimentary s’mores from 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., as well as $5 draft beer and house wine, and $3 off specialty cocktails from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday and over the holidays. For more information and reservations, visit www.westshorecafe.com.