Getting to the ski resort and parking can be a pain sometimes. That’s why one Tahoe ski resort is trying to make it easier for people to commute to the mountain
Palisades Tahoe has announced the return of its Park and Ride program for the 2023-24 ski season. This initiative is set to elevate the guest experience by offering convenient transportation alternatives, simplifying access to the resort.
This season, Palisades Tahoe has partnered with Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (T.A.R.T.) to provide Park and Ride shuttles from two strategic locations: TTUSD in Truckee and the Tahoe City Transit Center/64 Acres in Tahoe City. These chosen pick-up points are designed to ensure a smooth transition for guests to reach Palisades Tahoe, and detailed schedules and maps are available on the Palisades Tahoe website, offering comprehensive information on shuttle timings and designated locations for pick-up and drop-off.
The Park and Ride program is tailored to provide a hassle-free transportation solution, allowing visitors to focus on enjoying their time on the slopes. Opting for Park and Ride eliminates the need for parking reservations, contributes to reducing emissions, and helps guests save on fuel costs.