SEASON PASSES ON SALE NOW!
Winter is coming, and we are getting ready! During this unique time of COVID-19, we are dedicated to safely providing a 2020/21 ski season this winter. Precautions, regulations and planning have been in the works for several months to prepare a safe winter operation for members, staff and guests. Learn more about our planning for the 2020/21 season.
SECURITY THIS SEASON
We understand this ski season will be a unique one. Because of this, we have created free TD Pass Protection with every season pass purchased for the 2020/21 ski season. If you purchase a season pass for Cross Country and/or Downhill Ski Resort , you will have until December 10 to defer the value of your unused season pass to the 2021/22 season for any reason. No questions asked. No ski days lost.
As a passholder at North Lake Tahoe’s best cross country center, you will also enjoy exclusive perks during the ski season such as four free ski days at Diamond Peak, retail discounts and buddy passes valid at either Tahoe Donner ski location. NEW this season, XC and combo passholders will also receive two free ski days at Tahoe Cross Country. More about our perks here.
2020/21 Cross Country Ski Season Passes
|2020/21 Cross Country Ski Season Pass||Public||Member|
|Child (6 & under)**||$64||$39|
|Super Senior (70+)||$329||$39|
|Dog Season Pass***||$84||$74|
*Ages are as of December 31, 2020.
**Tahoe Donner members wishing to purchase a 6-and-under pass should contact Member Services to create a member profile for your child. Learn more about member profiles below.
***See the dog trail page to find details and check if your dog qualifies to be on trails.
2020/21 Combo Cross Country/Downhill Ski Season Passes
|2020/21 Combo Cross Country/Downhill Ski Season Pass||Public||Member|
|Child (6 & under)**||$74||$49|
|Super Senior (70+)||$479||$49|
*Ages are as of December 31, 2020.
**Tahoe Donner members wishing to purchase a 6 and under pass should contact Member Services to create a member profile for your child.
Season Pass Purchase + Validation
HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR PASS: The easiest and fastest way to purchase your pass is online via ShopTD starting September 15, 2020, or download the pass application to complete and either mail or bring to Member Services (or to the Cross Country Ski Area once open).
HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR PASS/VALIDATION STICKER: Once purchased, bring your membership card or previous year’s season pass and payment to Member Services (or to the Cross Country Ski Area once open) to obtain your validation sticker prior to your first ski day.
IF YOU ARE A NEW PASSHOLDER: Please email a headshot/passport-type photo (jpg or JPEG preferred), and we will have your pass ready for collection.
- Find Member Services at 11509 Northwoods Clubhouse (be sure to check opening hours due to COVID-19)
- Visit our online help center
- Email us
- Call (530) 587-9400 ext. 0
Season Pass Rules and Restrictions
PASSES MUST BE VALIDATED: You must have your pass validated with a current season sticker. Trail access is not allowed without the current year’s sticker on your pass.
ALWAYS SCAN YOUR PASS: Trail access is not allowed without scanning prior to skiing.
SKI WITH YOUR PASS VISIBLE: Ski Patrol check passes. Ask us for an armband so you don’t have to stop for a ticket check.
EARLY BIRD ACCESS: Check the grooming report before leaving home to see if 7AM early bird access is permitted. Reports are updated by 6AM each morning. There is usually no early bird access on storm days to allow for efficient snow removal.
NO ACCESS AFTER HOURS: Accessing the trails after 5PM is considered trespassing. Violators are subject to pass revocation and/or fine.
SNOWSHOEING: Access is allowed on all ski and snowshoe trails. Snowshoers are encouraged to travel on the snowshoe routes — especially in soft conditions — to minimize damage to the ski trails. Snowshoers are asked to give right-of-way to skiers and not walk on the classic ski tracks. See our snowshoe page for more information.
DOGS: Dogs must be well-behaved on and off-leash at all times. Valid rabies, parvo and distemper vaccinations and licensure of pet are required. Access is allowed only on specified dog trails. Some restrictions apply on weekends and holidays. See the dog trail page for full details. Please note that dog season passes are required and are only available to season passholders. Dog day passes will not be available for the 2020/21 season.
FAT BIKES: Fat biking is no longer offered on Tahoe Donner trails.
For updates on season pass sales, opening day and events and specials throughout the winter, subscribe to our cross country email list.