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Squaw: Spring Skiing Capital!

Apr 10th 2012

Spring skiing at Squaw Valley

Soak up the California sunshine this spring with us at Squaw Valley. We’ve got amazing spring conditions and a killer event line-up! Don’t have a pass to experience all of this? When you purchase the 2012-13 Tahoe Super Pass you can ski for free for the remainder of the 2011-12 season. Remember, Squaw and Alpine will stay open daily through April 29 with Alpine operating Fri-Sun through May 13. The Tahoe Super Pass starts at just $429 for adults and $219 for 12 and under. Returning passholders can receive even further discounts with pass prices starting at $399. Hurry though, these prices are only valid through May 7.

Now that spring is in full swing, we have opened up the High Camp hot tub located at el. 8200’. After you’ve made your turns, take a dip in the hot tub mid mountain and enjoy the expansive views of the surrounding peaks. Bonus: If you’re a passholder your admission in to the hot tub is free! Plus, you get free summer Aerial Tram access!

Squaw Valley Pool and Hot Tub at High CampAs promised, we our hosting weekends packed with events. Kicking off the weekend of the 14th will be Retro Ski Day. We invite you to throw on that flashy one piece and don it with a fanny pack. Wear your best threads and enjoy a FREE hot doggin’ clinic from Bob Howard (3 time Freestyle Ski Ballet World Champion) and Jonny Moseley (Olympic Gold Medalist). Impress your friends and learn how to pull off the perfect crossover or tip roll. Maybe you just want to show off your rear entry boots and swanky sweater. If that’s the case, get your vitamin D fix at the High Camp hot tub where we’ll be having a DJ spin retro beats from 12 to 3pm. After you’ve perfected your moves and soaked in the tub, take those 201’s down to the KT Base Bar for a concert with The Nibblers at 3pm.

The following weekend, Squaw will host North Lake Tahoe’s largest Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 21. Pack up all of your old electronics and recycle them properly at the collection event held in the parking lot. Learn about recycling, composting, alternative energies, sustainability and more with earth friendly vendors. Along with the vendors, a trashion show will be held where students display their best outfits completely made of recycled materials. Drop Theory and Ten Mile Tide will provide the music for this fun (earth friendly) day!

Springtime is the best time to be at Squaw Valley. Known as the Spring Capital of the World, we hope to see you out here on the slopes with plenty of sunscreen!

Guest post provided by our friends at Squaw Valley

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