Lake Tahoe's Best Storm Day Skiing/Riding

Skiing and snowboarding in California is typically a mellow affair. The sun is usually shining and, with Homewood's proximity to Lake Tahoe, the views are magnificent.

But when snow storms blow through the Tahoe basin, shutting down operations at other ski resorts due to high winds, Homewood's wind-protected slopes and lifts typically keep on offering up world-class powder and tree skiing all day long. It's why many locals who have passes to other Tahoe resorts also buy a Homewood pass - so they can ski/ride great pow on stormy days.

Experience the Homewood difference

With lift tickets starting as low as $47 when pre-purchased online in advance, why not give Homewood a try the next time it's going to be stormy. You won't have to wait in rowdy lines of other powderhounds fighting for the goods, and you won't have to worry about your favorite chair going on wind hold.

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The storm-day mini-pass

Want the ultimate storm-day insurance policy against lift closures at your home resort? Pick up a Homewood Triple Play 3-Pack and you can ski or ride any 3 days this winter at a huge discount - just $62/day - without having to plan ahead at all. The Triple Play 3-Pack has no blackout dates, and once picked up, you go directly to the lifts instead of waiting in line at the ticket window. Full details...

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Homewood Mountain Resort

5145 West Lake Blvd.
Homewood, CA 96141
Snow Phone: 530-525-2900
Guest Services: 530-525-2992
Road Updates: 800-427-7623