As host of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games, Squaw Valley put California skiing on the map. Today, every lift ticket or season pass gives you access to both Squaw Valley and neighboring Alpine Meadows-that includes 6,000 acres of terrain with 14 mountain zones accessed by 42 lifts. Over the last six years, nearly $100 million in improvements have been taken on including new lifts, on-mountain and base-area lodge renovations, operational improvements and much more. Take in the wide, expansive terrain at Squaw Valley including a mountaintop beginner area, perfectly groomed runs or the famed terrain of KT-22, Headwall and Granite Chief.

At Alpine Meadows, enjoy views of Lake Tahoe from almost every lift as you discover front and backside, wide-open, bowl-skiing and miles of impeccably groomed terrain. Choose from a variety of on-mountain lodges or the European-style base Village at Squaw Valley with over 50 shops and restaurants. Stay slopeside at The Village at Squaw Valley™ in a condominium-style suite just steps from the slopes and easy access to Alpine Meadows via a complimentary resort shuttle. With Lake Tahoe’s longest winter season, the fun stretches well into the spring months and often into summertime. The Spring Skiing Capital™ comes alive with a jam-packed events calendar that includes the wackiness of snow golf, the original pond skim and live music in the sunshine.

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  • 270Total
  • 25%  Beginner Terrain
  • 45%  Intermediate Terrain
  • 30%  Advanced Terrain
  • 5  Terrain Parks


  • 5  Surface Lifts
  • 10  Double Chairs
  • 12  Triple Chairs
  • 6  Quad Chairs
  • 5  Six Pack Chairs
  • Gondola
  • Tram


  • 450"Average Snowfall
  • 9050'Summit Elevation
  • 2850'Vertical Drop
  • 6000Total Acres
  • 47miDistance From Airport