Squaw Valley is a mountain destination at Lake Tahoe with a variety of activities for visitors of all ages and a scenic beauty throughout the seasons that is unmatched. As host of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games, Squaw Valley was established as a winter destination offering some of North America’s most diverse and expansive terrain for skiers and snowboarders.
Significant improvements and additional activities added in recent years have put Squaw Valley on the map as a year round destination. The summer and fall seasons offer amazing hiking, sightseeing and evens from music festivals to athletic competitions. Stay in the heart of the valley just steps from the slopes at the Village at Squaw Valley and stroll the pedestrian village to discover it’s variety of shops and restaurants. In spring, summer and winter, ride the scenic Aerial Tram 2,000 vertical feet to High Camp where you can dine, shop, sightsee and hike in summer or swim in the mountaintop pool (spring and summer). The Olympic Ice Pavilion is the world’s highest elevation ice rink and overlooks Lake Tahoe. In summer, the aerial tram allows hikers to begin at elevation 8,200’ and our well marked mountain trails afford expansive views, an assortment of fauna and even glimpses of sierra wildlife.
New in 2012, Squaw Valley acquired neighboring resort Alpine Meadows providing a combined 6,000 acres, 43 lifts and 8 mountain peaks making for the ultimate winter resort all accessible with a single lift ticket. Whatever season for varying tastes, Squaw Valley truly offers something for everyone.
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