1960 Squaw Valley Road
Olympic Valley, CA 96146
Lodging Phone: 800-403-0206
Squaw Valley USA, site of the Winter Olympic Games in 1960, is a legendary vacation destination plunked down squarely at the end of a gorgeous Sierra valley. Squaw's terrain may seem endless to those trying to conquer it, with 33 lifts, including North America?s only Funitel and an aerial Cable Car, access six peaks, 4,000 acres and 2,850 vertical feet of terrain.
The Village was built with the inviting ambiance of a European style mountain village and features the sort of restaurants, shops, and support services skiers expect to find when visiting such a venerable area.
Ski in-out condo-hotel luxury accommodations. Forty hotels within eight miles of Squaw Valley. Overnight facilities in Tahoe City six miles, Truckee nine miles; RVs welcome at resort but no hookups.
Ski shops, designer boutiques, post office, beauty salon, liquor, cleaners, grocers, ski equipment, drug store, fast food and factory outlets in Truckee and more. Nursery/childcare available in Squaw Valley for ages 2-12. Doctor's office on-site; Tahoe Forest Hospital in Truckee 12 miles away. Ski rental and repair, and cross country rental and repair available on-site. Classes in racing, mogul, extreme, parabolic, freestyle, snowboarding, powder; Just For Women; Snow School for ages 3-12, ski instruction and games.
An 18-hole, par 72 golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. sits nestled in Squaw Valley. Full service amenities are available on-site. The Adventure Center sports new 50 foot tree house towers, giant swing, hands-on team building and recreation activities for all. Squaw Valley also offers cable car rides, tennis courts, swimming lagoon and spa, hiking trails for all abilities, pony rides, or tour the area on horseback (choose one hour, two hours, or half day package). Stop by the Olympic Ice Pavaillion, open for skating throughout the spring and summer. Skate rentals and lessons are available on-site.
Cross country and touring at area. Also offering ice skating, movie theater, sleigh riding, snowtubing, swimming, jacuzzi and tennis. Ice fishing and mountaineering nearby. Coin-op race courses and family fun park. Night skiing (free with all day and afternoon lift tickets) and night riding.
Cross country and touring at area. Also offering ice skating, snowtubing, swimming, jacuzzi, indoor climbing wall, sleigh rides, a health and fitness spa, dog sled tours and snowshoeing. Ice fishing and mountaineering nearby. Coin-op race course.
Three terrain parks including Belmont Park for smaller kids, a Super Pipe, and halfpipe.
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