Palisades Tahoe Military Discount for Military and Veterans
Palisades Tahoe Military Discount
Palisades Tahoe is one of the largest ski areas in the US and was the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics. They offer a military discount on lift tickets.
What is the Military Discount?
They offer a discount on tickets, both on Monday through Friday lift tickets and Sunday lift tickets. They also offer a military discount on season passes, however, they sell out early.
Active duty, veterans, and military personnel as well as legal dependents of active duty members qualify for this military discount. Dependents are however not eligible for the discount on the season passes.
How Do You Get the Discount?
You can call or you can get the tickets in person.
Can This Discount Be Used Online?
About Palisades Tahoe
Palisades Tahoe was started when the former University of Nevada star skier, Wayne Poulsen purchased the first 2,000 acres of Squaw Valley Ski Resort which opened in 1949. The resort was modeled after European ski destinations.
In 2010 it was purchased by a private equity group, KSL Capital Partners, and merged with Alpine Meadows. Alterra Mountain Company was then formed. Ticket holders have joint access to 43 lifts. In 2021, the name was changed from Squaw Valley to Palisades Tahoe.
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Julie Provost is a freelance writer, blogger, and owner of Soldier's Wife, Crazy Life, a support blog for military spouses. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.