Squaw Valley, truly world famous, is about the family, the joy, the spirit of fun , adventure and exploration. With 4,000 acres of skiing and riding across six peaks, Squaw Valley offers mellow mountaintops for beginners, endless groomed terrain for intermediates, terrain parks galore and infamous steeps and bowls loved by experts. Squaw Valley also hosts spring pool parties, concerts and Tahoe’s wackiest pond skimming contest. In all seasons, Squaw Valley is a mecca for endless outdoor activities. With miles of hiking trails, mountain biking, road biking and lake activities you will not want to go home.
Squaw Valley Resort, 1960 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, California 96146
800-403-0206 | Category: Activities
Hit the links on 250 acres of pristine alpine terrain, where breathtaking views and challenging holes come together in seamless fashion, offering both natural and manmade beauty for all the senses.
400 Squaw Creek Road, Olympic Valley, California 96146
530-583-6300 | Category: Attractions
Engage in the ultimate high-octane winter thrill by taking a snowmobile over 100 miles of snowmobile trails with amazing views of Lake Tahoe.
3411 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California
530-546-4280 | Category: Attractions
Venture out on the beautiful waters of Lake Tahoe by kayak or paddleboard or one of the many group hike or bike tours. In the winter try guided snowshoe tours or a snowshoe star gazing tour.
P.O. Box 3951, Truckee, California 96160
530-913-9212 | Category: Attractions
If downhill skiing isn't for you try out Cross Country Skiing. Only nine miles away from the Squaw Valley, you'll be able to enjoy freshly groomed cross country trails, cafe lodge, rentals, and lessons. Enjoy the scenic trials of the Ponderosa Pine and White Fir Trees as you ski or snow shoe across the Tahoe National Forest.
925 Country Club Dr, Tahoe National Forest, Tahoe City, California 96145
530-583-5475 | Category: Entertainment