Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows

Spread across six peaks there are miles of groomed trails, wide-open bowls, expansive beginner areas, world-renowned steeps and manicured terrain parks and pipes.  The village offers shopping, fire pits, restaurants and bars.  Whether you’re enjoying dinner, relaxing with a luxurious spa session, or sipping a micro-brew, Squaw Valley Village has all the ingredients for a time you won’t soon forget.  Base yourself here and explore all the resorts of North Lake Tahoe – Alpine Meadows, Diamond Peak, Homewood mountain resort, Mt Rose, Sugar Bowl and Northstar at Tahoe.


Alpine Meadows 

Alpine Meadows is situated just ten minutes from Squaw Valley and is skiable on the same lift pass.  Ideal for those who enjoy a variety of terrain at one affordable price.  While there is no accommodation at Alpine Meadows there is a shuttle service between the two resorts and complimentary or paid parking.  Once there enjoy multiple dining options at the base area or mid-mountain.  There is even one back-bowl restaurant, Ice Bar, where you can indulge in a barbeque meal and a beverage in their alfresco area.

Gateway City             Reno 77km / San Francisco 315km

Why Squaw Valley

  • Offers a wide variety of ski terrain for all levels but well known for its impressive expert terrain
  • Squaw Valley was the host of the 1960 winter Olympics
  • Can ski the resort of Alpine Meadows on the same lift ticket as Squaw Valley

Squaw Valley Mountain Statistics

Summit 2760m
Base 1890m
Vertical 870m
Acres 3600
Lifts 30
Runs 170+
Average Snowfall 990cm
Beginner 25%
Intermediate 45%
Advanced 30%

Alpine Meadows Mountain Statistics

Summit 2633m
Base 2084m
Vertical 549m
Acres 2400
Lifts 14
Runs 100
Average Snowfall 1143cm
Beginner 25%
Intermediate 40%
Advanced 35%

Additional Accommodation

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