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Snow Report:
1960 Squaw Valley Road
Olympic Valley, CA 96146
Skiable Acres:
4,000 acres
Vertical Drop:
2850 feet
$5 - $79


Squaw Valley USA, the site of the 8th Olympic Winter Games in 1960, is a world-class destination resort nestled among six high Sierra peaks. 4,000 acres of lift-served terrain, an annual snowpack of more than 450 inches and an abundance of warm California sunshine almost 300 days out of the year are among the attractions of this great resort.

To ensure time is spent skiing, not waiting in lift lines, Squaw is serviced by one of the most extensive lift networks in the world. With 31 lifts and an uphill capacity of 49,000 skiers per hour, Squaw Valley has become one of the largest ski areas in the country.

Seventy percent of Squaw's terrain is geared for the beginner and intermediate skier with wide, open bowls and miles of meticulously groomed runs. For the more adventurous skier, vast areas have been left in their pristine state for a true wilderness experience and some of the best advanced skiing anywhere.


Weekends/Holidays: 8:30am - 4pm
Weekdays: 9am - 4pm
Night Skiing: 4pm - 9pm

$5 - $79
December - May

Mountain Stats

Skiable Acres:
4,000 acres
Average Snowfall:
450 inches
Easiest: 25%, More Difficult: 45%, Most Difficult: 30%
Base Elevation:
6200 feet
Vertical Drop:
2850 feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
34 Lifts
Total Runs:
100 Runs

1 Cable Car (150 people), 1 Funitel (Gondola), 1 Pulse Gondola, 3 HiSpeed Six, 4 HiSpeed Quads, 1 Quad Chair, 8 Triple Chairs, 10 Double Chairs, 3 Pony Tows, 1 Pulse Lift, 1 Carpet

Basic Directions

From Reno:

Take Interstate 80 west to Highway 89. Take Highway 89 south to Squaw Valley USA. Squaw Valley USA is approximately 42 miles from Reno

From Sacramento:

Take Interstate 80 east from Sacramento to Highway 89. Take Highway 89 south to Squaw Valley USA. Squaw Valley USA is approximately 109 miles from Sacramento

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