Homewood Mountain Resort Transportation and Dial-A-Ride
Starting April 4th, 2019, Dial-A-Ride will only operate on Saturdays & Sundays through the end of our extended winter ski season. Dial-A-Ride service is a FREE service for those skiing with us. Door-to-door service on the West Shore between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Please make reservations the day prior before 5:30 p.m. by calling 530-525-2922.
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Get the full peak to shore experience by booking a Tahoe Bleu Wave Ski Charter to and from the mountain. Starting in South Lake Tahoe, guest board the Bleu Wave and cruise the lake to the West Shore. Along the way, guest will enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast along with panoramic views of the Tahoe Basin. The Bleu Wave will dock at the West Shore Cafe’s pier, directly across from our ski resort. Guests then have the opportunity to enjoy a full day of skiing before heading back on this luxurious yacht.
Packages include a full day Lift Ticket, round trip cruise, and a continental breakfast. Lessons and or rentals are available as an add-on to this package.
The Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) system began service on the north shore of Lake Tahoe in 1975.
The system is currently operated by Placer County and operates seven days a week. The service operates on State Routes 28 and 89 along the northern and western shores of Lake Tahoe, from Incline Village, Nevada on the northeast to Sugar Pine Point State Park in El Dorado County on the southwest, and to Truckee via State Route 89.
Service is generally provided ona hourly basis with a base fare of $1.75. For more information or schedules, contact TART at 530-581-6365, or from out of the area call 1-800-736-6365
North American Charter (NAC) Ski
Founded in 2003, NAC SKI has become the fastest growing ski travel company in North America. Their Northern California operation offers two routes. Route 1: Foster City – San Francisco – Concord to Tahoe. Route 2: Milpitas – Pleasanton – Concord to Tahoe. Their Homewood trips feature late-model Mercedes-Benz luxury fleet with restroom, flat panel video monitors, leather seat and footrest. Cost includes lift ticket, transportation, and light breakfast. Other options include: bus ride only, one-way bus tickets, rentals, learn to ski/ride package, etc.
Traveling to Homewood from outside the area? Zip on up to the mountain with Zipcar! Zipcar provides a wide variety of vehicles to its members by the hour and the day. Every reservation comes with gas, insurance, maintenance, and 180 miles per day. Join Zipcar, reserve online or via app, then get driving!