About Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley USA, the site of the VIII Olympic Winter Games in 1960, is a world-class destination resort nestled among six high Sierra peaks:
Snow King (7,550 ft)
KT-22 (8,200 ft)
Squaw Peak (8,900 ft)
Emigrant (8,700 ft)
Granite Chief (9050 ft)
Broken Arrow (8020 ft) -- overlooking beautiful Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada.
Squaw Valley is a residential and recreational preserve, offering 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.
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.