RENO TAHOE IS READY TO WELCOME GUESTS FOR THE UPCOMING WINTER SEASON

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Leading Destination Unveils Ski Resort Opening Dates, Special Events and Hotel Offers

RENO, Nev. (November 8, 2023) – A premier winter destination, Reno
Tahoe [2] reveals the latest news for the upcoming 2023-2024 ski season,
along with exciting developments from its hotel and destination
partners. Following a record-breaking snowfall last season and with
fresh snow is already reported to come this fall, North Lake Tahoe’s ski
resorts are set to welcome skiers and snowboarders as early as this
week.  

 “We’re looking forward to welcoming guests to Reno Tahoe, a
destination that combines the excitement of our base camp city with the
largest concentration of ski resorts in North America” said Reno
Tahoe Interim President and CEO Mike Larragueta. “With plenty of
flights across the country – including scheduled nonstop service from
ATL, JFK, DFW, and PHX – significant investments enhancing the guest
experience, hotel offers and live events, Northern Nevada is primed to
attract new and returning adventurers for another fantastic winter
season.”

 Located just 30 minutes from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, these
resorts have announced their anticipated opening dates and new updates
for ‘23-‘24 ski season:

 ●      Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe [3] will open for the season on November
10. The resort has made improvements and investments to the guest
experience ahead of this season, including the installation of a new
deck at the top of the new Lakeview Express Lift, a redesign of the
Lodgepole Cafe and a heated ramp from the parking lot to the main lodge
ticket windows.

 ●      Northstar California Resort [4] will open on November 17 with
a new café bar in the Village at Northstar, Experience Vous, which will
feature service from first chair to last call. Skiers and snowboarders
can also use the My Epic App to skip the ticket window and go straight
to the lifts. Mobile life tickets will be scanned hands-free straight
from riders’ pockets where their phones are stashed.

 ●      Boreal Mountain [5] opens on November 17 and offers skiers and
boarders the chance to save money by introducing GoTime Tickets that
include the option to pick a time to start skiing. Once a month, skiers
will be able to get lift tickets for as little as $25 on Play Forever
Fridays with $5 of each ticket sale going to a local nonprofit.

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 ●      Heavenly Mountain [6] also opens on November 17 with the
option for guests to use the My Epic App to go straight to the lift with
contactless tickets. Visitors can check out a new Brews and Views
monthly experience at the Lakeview Lodge with beautiful views of Lake
Tahoe, food, beer tastings, music and more. In March, riders can see the
Toyota Air and Aprés event to see professional athletes showcase their
incredible tricks on a 45-foot jump during an incredible light show.

 ●      Palisades Tahoe [7] kicks off its 75th season on November 22
with major investments including a multi-million dollar makeover to the
Gold Coast mid-mountain lodge plus new dining options. Palisades will
again host one stop of the Audi FIS World Cup–the Palisades Tahoe Cup
– February 23-25, 2024 – featuring competition from the world’s
best athletes, live music, fireworks, and more.

 ●      Sugar Bowl Resort [8] opens November 24 to kick off its 85th
season with a new ski racing speed venue for racers and a warming hut
with the Royal Gorge Cross Country Resort.

 ●      Kirkwood Ski Resort [9] opens December 1 and Sierra-at-Tahoe
[10] opens on December 2.

 ●      Diamond Peak Ski Resort [11] opens on December 7 with a
remodeled dining space at Base Lodge Provisions for easier access to ski
dining classics such as burgers, pizza, and more.

 ●      Homewood Mountain Resort [12] will open for the season on
December 15 with new culinary offerings and an enhanced on-mountain
experience.

 The urban basecamp of Reno Tahoe is ideal for travelers looking for a
destination to unwind after a long day on the slopes, with dynamic
dining options, top-rated hotels, and thrilling events. After time spent
in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, visitors can enjoy winter events
and hotel offers in the urban Reno-Sparks area:

 ●      39 North Pole Village Holiday Festival [13] will be in
Victorian Square Plaza from Nov. 30 – Dec. 2 in Sparks. Visitors can
enjoy shopping at heated village vendors selling local goods, train
rides, lighting displays, food trucks, and more.

 ●      Let It Glow, Reno [14]; a city-wide holiday light competition
will take place Dec. 1 – Jan. 7. The competition will be held between
the businesses within Downtown Reno, MidTown Reno, Riverwalk District,
Brewery District and Wells Avenue. Visitors and locals can vote
throughout December for their favorite displays while supporting local
businesses. Travelers can also book a Twinkle Tour [15] to view the
lights from the comfort of a pedicab or brew bike with Pineapple
Pedicabs.

 ●      The iconic Reno Santa Crawl [16] in Downtown Reno will take
place on December 9. Travelers can join 20,000 Santas for the largest
and longest-running event of its kind, a crawl to 40 participating bars.

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 ●      Whitney Peak Hotel [17] will be joining the Hilton family of
properties as part of its Tapestry Collection later this year. And in
anticipation for the ski season, the property is offering a STAY & Ski
package that includes discounted lift tickets to Palisades Tahoe,
breakfast vouchers at the hotel’s on-property restaurant, Café
Whitney and a four-pack of beer from a local brewery.

To learn more about all that Reno Tahoe has to offer, visit:
https://www.visitrenotahoe.com/ [2]

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About Reno Tahoe
Reno Tahoe is a dynamic, four-season resort destination in a spectacular
natural setting – where America’s largest alpine lake meets “The
Biggest Little City in the World.” Here, genuine Western heritage and
hospitality are served up alongside a region in the midst of an exciting
transformation, offering travelers world-class attractions, outdoor
adventure and an annual calendar of cultural, culinary, and sporting
events. Reno Tahoe is marketed by the Reno-Sparks Convention and
Visitors Authority (RSCVA), an organization established in 1959 to
promote convention and tourism business in Washoe County, which includes
Reno, Sparks, and North Lake Tahoe. For more information, go to
www.VisitRenoTahoe.com [18].

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