Get a free Alpine or Nordic ticket to one of eight participating resorts when you buy a CA or NV Tahoe license plate between November 1, 2017 and April 1, 2018.
The Plate for Powder campaign started back in 2011, and has grown in popularity since then, says Amy Berry with the Tahoe Fund. “In California, the money goes directly to the California Tahoe Conservancy. In Nevada, the money goes directly to theNevada Department of State Lands. And with those funds, those two state organizations are able to help get more environmental improvement projects done around the lake,” Berry said.
Berry says that includes building new hiking and biking trails, as well as restoration efforts to improve Lake Tahoe’s water quality.
A Tahoe specialty plate in California runs $50 for the first year. In Nevada, it’s $61.
Participating resorts include Diamond Peak, Heavenly, Homewood, Kirkwood, Northstar California, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, Tahoe City Winter Sports Park, and Tahoe XC.
Ticket valid for the 2017-2018 season while supplies last, limited black-out dates. Click here to read the Terms & Conditions.
* The Plate for Powder program is valid for new license plate purchases only.