Squaw Valley is a legendary destination ski resort on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. With recent improvements at Squaw Valley including new dining experiences, lift improvements and more, Squaw Valley remains the destination resort to visit.

With six mountain peaks, Squaw offers exceptional terrain for every level of skier and snowboarder. All levels can ski from the mountain top and enjoy stunning views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierras.

Mountain Stats at Squaw

Base Elevation: 6,200’
Peak Elevation: 9,050’
Vertical Rise: 2,850’
Six Mountain Peaks
Terrain: 25% Beginner, 45% Intermediate, 30% Advanced
Skiable Acres: 3,600
Trails: 170+
Bowls: 16
Longest Run: Mountain Run, 3.2 miles
Uphill Capacity: 49,000 people per hour.
Terrain Parks: 5

Squaw Children’s Center

Squaw Valley offers private and group lessons for kids and a 12,000 square ft. facility dedicated to providing a fun and supportive learning environment.

Night Skiing and Snowboarding at Squaw

Try night skiing and riding at Squaw Valley. Ice skating, restaurants and bars are also open for a festive night of activities and dining.

Ice Skating at Squaw

Take the aerial cable car up the mountain for panoramic views while skating at the Olympic Ice Pavilion.

Snowtubing at Squaw

Families and adults can enjoy the thrill of tubing down the mountain.

Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing

The Resort at Squaw Creek offers 400 acres of groomed trails for skiers and snowshoers.

Visit the Squaw Valley website for more information.