If you can see it, ski it Morven Dobson, Ski Specialist

"I love Squaw's mix of quirkiness, laid-back Californian vibe and simply epic terrain. I've had some of my best ski days here off the KT 22, Silverado and Solitude lifts. When it snows here it just doesn't seem to stop! The base area and main village have grown over the years and there's now lots of shops bars and restaurants. The Resort at Squaw Creek is a superb hotel with it's own lift access and outstanding amenities. Squaw Valley should be near the top of any 'must visit' ski resort list"

Activities in Squaw Valley

Dog Sledding

Travel at the speed of dog (13.5 miles an hour…) on a one-hour sledding tour, amidst the stunning scenery of the Squaw Valley Meadow. Your 4-person sled will be whisked along the snowy trails for two-and-a half miles by a team of between 8 and 10 Alaskan huskies. A great adventure for all the family, these sledding tours are operated by Wilderness Adventures.

Ice Skating

The Ice rink at squaw is accessed via the cable car and skates can be rented for guests on site

Sleigh Rides

Fun both as a family activity and as a romantic outing for couples, sleigh rides across the beautiful Squaw Valley Meadow can be arranged.

Snowshoeing

Explore the magnificent meadow at Squaw Creek, or head into the backcountry of the Sierra Nevada. The Nordic Centre at the Resort at Squaw Creek offers snowshoe and boot rentals, as well as guided snowshoe tours. The Resort at Squaw Creek is the starting point for all the trails.

Tubing

Huge fun for the entire family, you will enjoy cruising down the snow slopes on custom-made snow tubes! Two tubing lanes are maintained, providing tubers with a variety of thrill levels. Suitable from age four upwards, the snow tube park is located at the Papoose Discovery Centre. Open from 10am until 4pm, guests are advised that tubing operations may have to close in adverse weather conditions, and that sessions may sell out.