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Summer is heating up at Squaw Valley

Jun 29th 2012

concert at Squaw

Are you looking for a little Independence Week entertainment beyond your usual fireworks show? Then head to Squaw Valley for a complete week of live music, mountain activities and pure fun. Check out the complete calendar from June 30 through July 8 for a variety of free live music including a KT Concert with Joel, a Billy Joel tribute, Bluesdays in the Village featuring Chris Cain, the Soaring Kites & Music Festival at High Camp and a free concert with Brett Dennen on July 7.

While we’re at it; let’s discuss the rest of July. The weekend of July 14 and 15, the Village is hosting the Art, Wine & Music Festival and yeehaw, Wild West Weekend is back on July 21 and 22. The month closes with the annual Wanderlust Festival featuring music, lectures and yoga, July 26 through 29. There’s plenty more on the calendar in July and throughout the summer so check it out and make your plans to get here.

Want a mountaintop adventure? No visit to Lake Tahoe is complete without a scenic tram ride to High Camp. The wildflowers are starting the bloom and the views are stunning. Enjoy a hike and lunch at the poolside café or plan your trip around one of our guided hikes taking place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. High Camp offers activities for everyone in the family. Try a round of high energy paintball or take a dip in the relaxing mountaintop pool. High Camp also boasts the world’s highest elevation roller skating rink-it’s Olympic sized and overlooks Lake Tahoe. In the Village, explore a variety of shops, restaurants and activities.

From The North Face to PlumpJack Sport, you’ll be sure to find what you need for any Lake Tahoe adventure. Stay in the heart of the action at the Village at Squaw Valley and plan your trip around one of our many events. We offer mid-week lodging packages starting at just $51 per person, per night as well as packages that include free golf or High Camp adventure. Check it out, we’ll see you on the mountain. www.Squaw.com

Guest post provided by our friends at Squaw Valley.

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