Diamond Peak extends season and kicks off early-bird 2017-18 season pass sale

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Early-Bird pass buyers get lowest prices of the year plus free skiing/snowboarding for the remainder of the 2016-17 ski season – extended through April 23.   

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (March 17, 2017) – With a massive snowpack on the ground and the prospect of incredible spring skiing and snowboarding in the cards, Diamond Peak Ski Resort is thrilled to announce an extension of its 2016-17 ski season to Sunday, April 23. Coinciding with this great news, 2017-18 Diamond Peak season passes go on sale today at early-bird rates, and all 2017-18 passes include spring access for the remainder of the newly-extended season.

“This has been an incredible season in Lake Tahoe, and especially here at Diamond Peak,” said Mike Bandelin, Diamond Peak general manager. “With all of the snow we have on the slopes and the enthusiasm we’re seeing from our customers – and especially our season pass holders – we’re happy to extend the season another week so that folks can enjoy these great conditions for a little bit longer.”

Diamond Peak’s early-bird season pass sale will run from March 17 through April 30, 2017, with incredible values on both unrestricted and mid-week passes as well as pass holder perks including lift tickets at partner resorts throughout the West.

During the early-bird sale, unrestricted adult season passes will cost just $379 for the general public (or $289 for IVGID Picture Pass Holders). Unrestricted senior passes (ages 65-69) will cost just $159 (or $109 for IVGID Picture Pass Holders), while full-time college students (12+ units) and youth (ages 13-23) can buy unrestricted passes for just $219 (or $139 for IVGID Picture Pass Holders).

As a bonus, new passholders who purchase during the early-bird sale will be able to ski or ride for free for the remainder of the 2016-17 ski season (newly extended to April 23, 2017, conditions permitting).

In addition, all 2017-18 Diamond Peak season passholders will receive four complimentary bonus days at partner resorts including Homewood Mountain Resort, Bogus Basin, Red Lodge Mountain Resort, Purgatory Resort, Arizona Snowbowl, Pajarito Mountain Ski Area, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort, and Hesperus Ski Area.

Every Diamond Peak season pass comes with our Peak Pledge, a 100% money back guarantee for refunds requested by January 15, 2018 on unused 2017-18 season passes – no insurance or doctor’s note needed. Passholders just need to visit Guest Services by January 15, 2018 to request a full refund. 

Diamond Peak offers an unrestricted pass valid every day with no blackout dates, and a midweek pass valid Monday - Friday (void during holiday periods: December 23, 2017 – January 7, 2018; January 13-15, 2018; February 17-25, 2018). The midweek pass is valid 7 days a week starting in March 2018. 

2017-18 Diamond Peak season passes can be purchased online at DiamondPeak.com, at the resort’s Guest Services office during the remainder of the 2016-17 ski season, or by phone at (775) 832-1177. For full details, prices and restrictions please see DiamondPeak.com.

About Diamond Peak Ski Resort
Celebrating 50 years of skiing and snowboarding fun this winter, Diamond Peak Ski Resort remains North Lake Tahoe’s hidden gem. Located in Nevada’s Incline Village, the affordable, family friendly resort offers breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe, a summit elevation of 8,540-feet and a 1,840-foot vertical drop. Skiers and boarders can experience 655 acres of beginner to expert-level terrain including some of the best tree skiing in the Tahoe Basin. For more information or to check the snow report, visit DiamondPeak.com or call (775) 832–1177. 

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Paul Raymore, Marketing Manager
(775) 832-1120, par@diamondpeak.com
Jaclyn Ream, Marketing Coordinator
(775) 832-1117, jmr@diamondpeak.com