Thank you for choosing Tahoe XC as your year-round recreation area. Purchase your cross-country ski and snowshoe season pass here by clicking on the appropriate age group below.
2021-2022 Season Pass for an Adult, 19-59 yrs.
2021-2022 Season Pass for an Adult, 60-69 yrs.
2021-2022 Season Pass for an Adult, 70 yrs and above.
2021-2022 Season Pass for a Youth, under 19 yrs.
2021-2022 Season Pass for a doggie, any age. Woof!
*Passes for Adults 70+ and Youth are Free with a $5 processing fee
Tahoe XC Season Pass Includes
- Access to Tahoe XC cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, lodge, and amenities throughout the entire 2021-22 winter season, there are no blackout dates
- Two complimentary family/friend day tickets to Tahoe XC
- Cookie pass included
- Use of Tahoe City Winter Sports Park (restrictions may apply; see below for more details)
- Two complimentary day tickets to Tahoe Donner Cross-Country Ski Center (certain restrictions apply; see below for TDXC restrictions)
- Fat biking is not permitted at Tahoe XC
Adult 70+, Youth and Dog passes are excluded from the cookie pass, all complimentary passes and use of Tahoe City Winter Park
Season Pass Policies
- You will need to stop at the Front Desk to pick up your pass
- All trail users must carry their season pass while using trails
- Replacing a pass will incur a $5.00 processing fee
- If you are lucky enough to be eligible for a free pass, there is a processing fee of $5.00
- Before purchasing a dog pass, please review the Dog Trail Rules
- Season passes are non-refundable
Before Coming to Tahoe XC
Read our COVID-19 Operations & Safety Plan. Be prepared to follow all safety guidelines, wear a face mask and practice physical distancing. We may be limiting the number of day tickets sold to reduce congestion and preserve the experience for everyone. We are assessing our operations daily and appreciate your patience and understanding. Be prepared for operational changes to occur at any time. If you are feeling sick or showing symptoms, do not come to Tahoe XC.
How to Register for Tahoe City Winter Snow Park Use
As a Tahoe XC Season Pass Holder, you get the perk of accessing the trails at the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park. After purchasing your season pass through Tahoe XC, you need to register separately with Tahoe City Public Utility Distrcit (TCPUD). How to register:
- After purchasing your Tahoe XC Season Pass Holder, email TCPUD Recreation Office at email@example.com and include a copy of your Tahoe XC Season Pass receipt. You can also call the TCPUD at 530-583-3440 (ext. 2), but you still have to provide proof of purchase.
- TCPUD staff will assist you in set-up and/or check on your status in their registration system and familiarize you with the process to make an online reservation for cross country ski sessions at the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park.
- Once you are established in the TCPUD system as a Tahoe XC Pass Holder, you will be able to make reservations to use the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park. Reservations can be made the same day if there is availability. The price for reservation will be reduced to $0.
- Review TCPUD for information on time blocks, reservations, guidelines, rules of use, and more. TCPUD can help answer any questions you may have, get you acquainted with and help navigate their new process for using the Winter Sports Park.
Tahoe Donner Cross-Country Ski Center Pass Restrictions
- Complimentary passes not valid on these holiday dates: December 18 - January 1, January 15-17, and February 19-26, 2022, and ALL Weekends (Saturday and Sunday), January 1 thru March 13, 2022
- Present your season pass at the Tahoe Donner XC ticket window to get your day pass
- Valid from 8:30am-5:00pm
- Tickets are to be used by Tahoe XC passholder only
- No pre-reservation required
- Tahoe XC Youth, Senior and Dog passes do not qualify for the Tahoe Donner XC day pass perk
Fat Bike Policy
We do not allow any fat bikes at Tahoe XC during the winter season. We apologize for any inconvenience, but our trail system is groomed specifically for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. At this time, we do not have the capacity to create specific trails for fat bikes and we cannot allow them on our ski and snowshoe trails because they affect the quality of our grooming. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.