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Ideal for active families and outdoor enthusiasts alike, the Resort at Squaw Creek is a AAA Four Diamond resort that offers Inspirato members luxurious accommodations along with world-class amenities. These include a golf course, multiple outdoor pools and hot tubs, six on-site dining options, and even an exclusive on-property chairlift.
The Deluxe Fireplace Suite offers breathtaking views of the valley, as well as a kitchenette, dining table, and separate living room where you can gather around the fireplace after a day spent skiing, hiking, or golfing.
What Vail is to Colorado, Squaw Valley is to California. One of the country’s premier ski resorts, Squaw Valley is a West Coast institution, dating back to before the Winter Olympics were held here in 1960. With a challenging and varied terrain, the mountain receives an average of 450 inches of snow annually. An exclusive, on-property chairlift offers ski-in, ski-out access. In the summer, enjoy hiking, fly-fishing, mountain biking, tennis, championship golf, and multiple outdoor pools.
This tram ride ends at High Camp, 8,200 feet above Squaw Valley. With multiple restaurants and a pool, High Camp is an ideal spot for panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra.
See historic artifacts, memorabilia, news clippings, and more from the 1960 Winter Games—which Squaw Valley hosted—at the Olympic Museum, located at High Camp.
Enjoy gorgeous mountain and Lake Tahoe views from this 6.8-mile out-and-back forested trail, perfect for both hiking and snowshoeing.
Overall, Squaw Valley enjoys clear, sunny weather, with low humidity and close to 300 days of sunshine per year. Summer temperatures hover in the mid- to high 70s, while winter months can see temperatures dip into the 20s and 30s. On average, Squaw Valley enjoys 450 inches of snowfall per ski season. Winter storms can roll in from late September through May, due to Squaw Valley’s base elevation at 6,200 feet.