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Squaw Valley

Ski resort sheet

57 slopes
Tracks map
330 KM. skiable
340snow cannons
38 lifts
4 carpet lifts
25 chairlifts
5 button lifts
4 cable cars
0 gondola lift
1900 - 2760 M. ski resort altitude
70 - 80 Price of ski pass day/adult
67 KM. Distance to airport
disabled access

Squaw Valley, is a Californian resort that became famous internationally, starting with the 1960 Winter Olympics. Near Lake Tahoe, a lake that separates the states of Nevada and California, Squaw Valley is one of the ski resorts that surround this great natural lake that gives us a surprising and unusual landscape.

For three years, voted the best ski resort in North America and the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley’s legacy has sustained a vibrant ski culture and mountain energy that extends from the village at the foot of the slopes, to the top of its colossal mountains.

Your spirit of outdoor adventure is reflected in the views of the translucent waters of Lake Tahoe. Beginners will find indulgent learning zones nestled among spectacular alpine scenery, while the sweeping slopes, potholes and bowls will be geared towards the more athletic skiers and snowboarders. With constant snowfall that lasts well into spring, Squaw Valley boasts one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in the country. The views from its slopes to Lake Tahoe will leave you stunned!

Its maximum altitude is 2760m above sea level and it has 4,000 hectares of land and six peaks above 2,000 meters. A very famous snow destination for its off-piste and the large amounts of snow that accumulates every season. Its more than 170 tracks, we will have a multitude of options for all tastes, from extreme riders to families, they will find their place in this great ski area in California.