In the Western United States, the Squaw Valley ski resort is a fantastic spot to spend the winter season, nestled up in the mountains near Lake Tahoe. The resort has retained its fame since hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics, maintaining a vibrant ski and snowboarding culture that has lasted until the present day. With over 100km of slopes available for locals and tourists, with an additional 50km of ski routes. There are 24 lifts that ferry passengers to slopes within elevations of 1,890m and 2,760m.
With the Sierra Mountains as an awe-inspiring backdrop, visitors and residents can enjoy the most wonderful fresh slopes. The resort is divided into two parts: Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley. The former has 5 zones including Blue Room, Lakeview, Promised Land, Pacific Crest North Bowls and Pacific Crest South Bowls featuring many different classifications of slopes. The Squaw Valley area has 9 zones, from the Snoventures zone ideal for children, to the KT-22 zone with 2000 vertical feet of black slopes.
They include 25km of easy blue slopes, 45km of intermediate red slopes and 30km of difficult black slopes. The best slope here is at 5km in length, with an elevation difference of 868m and in total there are 3,600 skiable acres. There is also a Gold Coast terrain park, ideal for freestyle skiers, with a waterfall rail, flat up rail and lift tower tube to name a few. Lastly, there is night skiing available for those guests who just need to stay that little bit longer on the slopes.
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