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Squaw Offers Discount to Closed Resort Passholders

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April 20, 2006

OLYMPIC VALLEY, CA – (News Release) – While this is the final weekend for many Lake Tahoe resorts, there is still tons of snow and Squaw Valley USA will remain open for skiing and riding until May 29, 2006. Squaw Valley currently boasts an extraordinary 25 ft. base at the top of the mountain and there’s no reason that everyone shouldn’t be able to take advantage of the unbelievable spring conditions. For this reason, Squaw Valley is offering passholders at closed resorts a discounted rate on lift tickets, so they will feel “stranded” no longer.

Starting Friday, April 21, passholders from any closed resort can ski or ride at Squaw Valley for $10 off the full price lift ticket (until discounted price goes into effect). To take advantage of this deal, guests can simply bring their 2005/2006 season pass, from any closed resort, to Squaw Valley’s Special Tickets office. The offer is limited to one discount ticket per pass holder, per day.

Squaw Valley USA is also offering the “Rise up to Squaw” Program, designed for skiers and riders interested in becoming passholders for next season. By purchasing a 2006/2007 season pass (full or midweek) before the end of the season, you can ski or snowboard for the rest of this season for FREE; plus, you will receive free Cable Car rides all summer long. To “Rise up to Squaw” visit Squaw Valley’s Special Tickets office or purchase your pass online at www.squaw.com.