This is sweet, Epic pass holders now have access to Northstar and Sierra included in the price of their Epic pass. I was planning on making a trip to Tahoe this year anyway but this just made the deal a whole lot less expensive.
yeah it was pretty exciting to hear that our epic passes just got epic-er
"Just ahead, over the rolling wheatfields all golden beneath the distant snows of Estes, I'd be seeing old Denver at last. I pictured myself in a Denver bar that night, with all the gang, and in their eyes I would be strange and ragged like the Prophet who has walked across the land to bring the dark Word, and the only Word I had was 'Wow!'"
because theres competition. i could buy an epic pass for at least a hundred less than a season pass to my local mountain because for my town its the option of driving a half hour or 2 and a half. Everything is closer together in CO.
LEGENDARY LONGBOARDS, KONA BIKES, LINE SKIS
scooters r like fat girls, they're fun to ride till ur friends catch u
Wiley Miller: "Well skiing is kinda like partying, you swerve to and fro, hit shit, and sometimes you fall. You can be hurting the next day and say ill never do that again, yet a few days later your back at the same stupid antics you were doing."
Sounds like a sweet deal for pass holders, but I mean thats one hell of a drive from south lake to N* or vice versa. I see the S Lake to N* making sense, but I cant imagine many people from truckee or north lake heading to south shore to shred Heavenly.
I might, I just would not plan a Tahoe trip specifically to ski those places. Tahoe has much better mountains than either of those. If I happened to be there, than yeah I might, but I would not plan a trip around skiing Northstar or Heavenly.
i did it last year but last year sucked in summit, me n my roomates went to reno lived at his house (free) then skied heavenly. we timed it right though with 2 24+ inch dumps in the 4 day trip we took. It wasnt the greatest mountain but it was different than skiing breck or vail 3 days a week