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Escape to a snowy playground With Lake Tahoe Ski Vacations

Fly down the mountains in the picturesque Olympic Valley, a snow-covered wonderland with 6,000 skiable acres for winter sports and recreation lovers. Discover two internationally renowned ski resorts moments away at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley is an incredible destination for Lake Tahoe ski vacations. Go skiing and snowboarding. Carve some corduroy or ride high in the half-pipe. Relax by the fire at the end of the day and recount your adventures together. With two resorts nestled among innumerable High Sierra peaks, you can enjoy an endless variety of winter sports in the epic Tahoe region.
 

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Events

Holidays at Squaw, Last Chair Festival, Aplenglow Winter Film Festival, Olympic Heritage Celebration, Wanderlust, Lake Tahoe Triathlon  
 

Activities

  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Dining & Shopping
  • Snowshoeing
  • Dog Sledding
  • Cross-Country Skiing
 

FAQs

  • What ski pipes will you find at Squaw Valley?

    Squaw Valley has three different terrain parks and one 22-foot super half-pipe to practice your high-flying moves. You'll also find rails, ball taps, jumps, tower tubes, rollers, cross jumps, and volcano snow features. Sign up for a lesson if you want to really improve your game.
  • What is the Skyjump trampoline?

    The Skyjump is an extreme trampoline for all ages (20-220 pounds) that lets you jump high in safety. Jumpers are attached to bungee cords at both sides for greater control on jumps and even somersaults. Squaw Valley's Skyjump is open from 11 am to 7 pm daily.
 

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