About Squaw Valley Ski Resort
Squaw Valley Ski Resort, nestled in one of the largest skiing areas in the United States, is most famously known for hosting the 1960 Winter Olympic Games. The resort is spread over 6,200 acres, features 30 chairlifts plus the only aerial lift in the country. The annual snow fall in Squaw Valley averages about 450 inches. Not only does the resort offer some of the best slopes in the area but it even features luxurious mountain lodging. The Village at Squaw Valley presents guests with modern, cozy accommodations with amazing amenities and breathtaking views. To plan your trip, visit squawalpine.com.