Squaw Valley in USA Resort Guide
Squaw Valley in short is Californian skiing at its best. It is the major resort at the north end of Lake Tahoe, with 4,000 acres of open and lightly bowls on six linked peaks. Squaw Valley is renowned for it's wide-open areas, which caters for all levels. With skiing well into May, there will be plenty of time to relax in the warm Sierra sun.
The beginner and intermediate terrain is kept beautifully groomed, while the advanced areas are left in their pristine natural state. Intermediate skiers will enjoy the fine long groomed runs including a top-to-bottom three-mile cruise. There is a superb area aimed for all beginners. There are also some excellent possibilities for experts, including lots of challenging slopes, chutes and big mogul fields. Squaw Valley measures up to the same high standard of being a superb snowboarding resort as the rest of its sister resorts in North America. Try the legendary Pallisades and Chimney chutes made famous in the Greg Stump movies.
Accomodation & Après Ski
Squaw Valley is a resort that will appeal to those in search of comfort and luxury. You should make time to visit the Spa at Squaw Creek.
There is of course a wide selection of elegant apres-ski venues, any you will not be short of selection of top restaurants.
|RESORT HEIGHT||1962||VERTICAL DESCENT||868||OPENS|
|TOP STATION||3012||DRAG LIFTS||6||EXPERT RATING||8|
|BOTTOM STATION||1889||CHAIR LIFTS||21||INTERMEDIATE RATING||10|
|GONDOLAS/CABLE CARS||2||BEGINNER RATING||5|
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