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Squaw Valley

From the Palisades to Papoose, from Squaw Peak to Squaw Creek, Squaw Valley USA offers world-class skiing and snowboarding terrain to suit the needs of the resort’s every guest.

From the mountain-top pool to the pool tables, from the ice pavilion to the tubing arena, Squaw Valley has also worked to develop unique, cutting-edge facilities that offer virtually every option for on and off-slope activities. Through the years, however, the one thing this former Olympic resort has truly yearned for is a comprehensive, cohesive and complimentary base village experience. Well, until now.

This season at Squaw Valley USA guests will experience a greatly matured resort. A legendary mountain with terrain to rival any in the nation, if not the world. A place that attracts a passionate clientele of skiing and snowboarding adventurers that have been drawn to this spirited mountain because it inspires greatness. In addition, this year guests will be introduced to Phase II of the new pedestrian Village, further adding to the options and variety available to guests on the lower mountain. This much anticipated development, a collection of deluxe condos, restaurants and shops, was cleverly designed to compliment North America’s most exciting mountain. We hope guests will delight in this marriage of legendary big mountain skiing and snowboarding to the stylish, cosmopolitan, European village nestled beneath it. We think you’ll agree that it’s a great fit.


1960 Squaw Valley Rd.

Olympic Valley, CA

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Squaw Valley USA is just 42 miles from Reno, 96 miles from Sacramento

and 196 miles from San Francisco via all weather Interstate 80.

Located off Highway 89, between Truckee and Tahoe City on the

North Shore of Lake Tahoe.

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