New Lift and Four New Runs!
This latest infusion of cash will include the installation of a new lift replacing the Olympic chair, called Olympic Express. With this new chair, four new runs will be available in this area: The Pines, Bohemian Grove, Nevada Woods and Nova.
Heavenly’s slopes will receive even more meticulous attention with four new low-emission Prinoth 350 groomers and one new, state-of-the-art PistenBully 600 ultra-low-emission snow groomer. Numbering 16, Heavenly maintains its claim to the largest fleet of Prinoth 350s in North America. Heavenly’s state-of-the-art snowmaking system, which services 70% of the mountain’s runs, will also see improvements for the coming season.
Also new this winter will be the Heavenly Sky Flyer at Adventure Peak. This elevated zip line cable ride will take guests on a 50-mile-an-hour thrill ride from the top of Tamarack Express back to the top of the Gondola, a vertical drop of 525 feet. At 3,100 feet, the Heavenly Sky Flyer will be the longest zip line in the lower 48 U.S. states.
When you’re a season passholder at Heavenly, you get the best of everything: Tahoe’s biggest mountain, most high-speed lifts, longest runs, most vertical, highest elevation, coolest tree skiing, most extensive grooming, sweetest sweet spots, rockinest nightlife and the hottest deal.
Heavenly Season Pass Benefits
Skiing and riding seven days a week at Lake Tahoe’s largest ski and snowboard resort (blackout days apply).
Unlimited half-priced lift tickets at any of Vail Resorts’ four Colorado resorts: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone (sorry, not applicable to the College Pass). No blackout dates. One Lift Ticket per day, for passholder use only. For the 2009/10 Season Only.
$20 discount on regularly priced Heavenly lift tickets on 2009-10 blackout dates (sorry, not applicable to College Pass).
Exclusive passholder e-mail offers allowing you to save on resort purchases, including ski and snowboard school, food and beverage, retail and more! (Valid email address required)
2009 summer Gondola access (when paid in full).
Early Purchase Benefits
Purchase your pass on or before June 21, 2009 and receive:
Option to purchase four $50 Buddy Tickets* to be used during the 2009/10 winter season.
Buddy Tickets have no blackout dates, and may be used on restricted days.
Pass must be purchased on or before June 21, 2009 to receive buddy tickets.
One-year subscription to both SKIING Magazine (six issues) and Transworld Snowboarding Magazine (nine issues)
NEW PASS PURCHASE: By purchasing your 2009/10 Season Pass (paid in full) you are eligible to receive one free day of skiing or riding during the remainder of the 2008/09 winter season. To use your one free day, visit a season pass office at the California Lodge or Gondola base area, or a ticket window at Stagecoach or Boulder lodge. You will be issued a voucher good for one free day of skiing or riding, good for that day only.
November 16 through April 23, 2008
Hours of Operations (PST):
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekends
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays
6,540 feet – California
7,200 feet – Nevada
70% of mountain trails
Average Annual Snowfall:
2004 – 2005 Snowfall:
4,800 acres (California’s largest resort)
Trail Classification Total:
30 (15 lifts in CA and 15 lifts in NV)
1 Eight-passenger Gondola
1 Aerial Tramway
2 High-speed Six Passenger
7 High-speed Quads
5 Triple Chairs
3 Double Chairs
6 Surface Lifts
4 Magic Carpets
Total Uphill Capacity/Hour:
More than 300 days average of sunshine per year
Average Winter Temperatures:
45 degrees daytime
below 30 degrees nighttime
Average Summer Temperatures:
75 degrees daytime
45 degrees nighttime
2015 / 2016 Season Passes are now on sale! Purchase before April 12th to lock in great spring benefits!
Have questions? Speak to a season pass expert at 800.842.8062.
Visited 869 times, 1 Visit today