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Take Home the Gold at Squaw Valley

This once sleepy mountain town came to life after the 1960 Winter Olympics, which were held on Tahoe’s glistening slopes. More than 50 years later the Olympic Spirit is still strong.

Family Activities

High Camp at Squaw Valley

High Camp at Squaw Valley

Elevate your vacation with a ride on the Aerial Tram. This year-round attraction takes runs 2,000 vertical feet to High Camp and features spectacular views of Squaw Valley. Once you reach the top, enjoy panoramic views of Lake Tahoe as well as access to abundant activities, including a heated mountaintop pool, roller skating (ice skating in the winter), six hiking trails varying from easy to strenuous, and dining.

Olympic Ice Pavillion

Olympic Ice Pavillion

The Olympic Ice Pavilion, accessed via Squaw Valley’s aerial Cable Car, is a true wonder. Perched at the crest of Squaw Valley’s upper mountain, the rink offers unmatched panoramic views of the Squaw Valley Meadow, beautiful Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevada.

D.L. Bliss State Park

D.L. Bliss State Park

D.L Bliss State Park is located 4 miles north of Emerald Bay and offers access to family friendly beaches Lester Beach, Calawee Cove, picnicking areas, motor-less watercraft launch, and access to Rubicon Trail, Lighthouse Trail, and Balance Rock.

Local Attractions

Gaming

Gaming

Enjoy gambling at the North Shore casinos located just two miles from the resort, including Jim Kelley’s Nugget, The Crystal Bay Club, or the Tahoe Biltmore.  The Crystal Bay Club and Biltmore offer music and other shows throughout the week.  Enjoy dining at the Crystal Bay Steak and Lobster House or in the café at the Biltmore.

Nearby Shopping

The Boatworks Mall

The Boatworks Mall

The Boatworks Mall, Lake Tahoe’s enclosed two-story mall is home to unique stores and two waterfront restaurants.

Downtown Truckee

Downtown Truckee

Downtown Truckee, located on Commercial Row, offers a plethora of great specialty shops.  Discover many unique items including hand blown glass, jewelry, clothing, and toy shops.

Village at Squaw Valley

Village at Squaw Valley

Outdoor outfitters, boutiques, yoga, restuarants, chocolatiers and so much more! The Villiage at Squaw Valley has truly has something for everyone. Enjoy an afternoon of shopping, dining, and lively libations in the evening.

Outdoor Recreation

Northstar at Tahoe

Northstar at Tahoe

One of the finest year-round mountain resorts in North America, Northstar offers 92 ski trails, half pipes, ice skating, dining, and shopping in the Village.  Visit Northstar at Tahoe for more information.

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Located in picturesque Incline Village, Diamond Peak Ski Resort offers a great learning environment for beginners and children as well as challenging terrain for experts. Visit Diamond Peak Ski Resort for more information.

Links at Squaw Creek

Links at Squaw Creek

Surrounded by six majestic Sierra Mountain peaks,  Links at Squaw Creek is considered one of the most picturesque golf courses in Tahoe. This championship golf course caters to all experiences levels, tee times, lessons, tournaments, and more.

Alpine Meadows Stables

Alpine Meadows Stables

Take the family on a stunning tour of the Tahoe National Forest on horseback. Alpine Meadows Stables offers scenic rides with experiences guides for all levels of riders.

Alpine Meadows

Alpine Meadows

With constant fresh snow, 13 lifts and 2,400 acres of runs, it’s no wonder so many skiers and snowboarders return to Alpine Meadows again and again. Located in Tahoe City, this local favorite ski resort runs on 100% green power and is environmentally friendly.

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