Mountain Info


Squaw Valley Trail Map
Base Elevation
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Vertical Drop
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Peak Elevation
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48-Hr Snowfall
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Avg Base Depth
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Last Snowfall
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Last Snowfall Amount
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Previous Snowfall
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Previous Snowfall Amount
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Season Total
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Resort Information


SnowBomb members can purchase discount lift tickets
from their account page.

San Francisco, San Jose, and Sacramento Ski & Board Festival VIP Pass

  • Buy one get one free lift ticket.
  • Valid Sunday – Friday, non-holiday.
  • Holiday dates defined as December 20 – January 3, January 17-18, February 14-21.
Set in the middle of the Sierra and a stones throw from Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley averages 450 inches of pristine snowfall every winter. With 3600 skiable acres spread across six peaks, we’ve got terrain for everyone from beginners to Olympians. There are miles of groomed trails, wide-open bowls, expansive beginner areas, world-renowned steeps, and manicured terrain parks and pipes. And because we offer one of the most technologically advanced lift systems in North America, you’ll spend less time waiting and more time exploring. Which is good, because there’s a lot of mountain to get acquainted with.

From San Francisco/Sacramento/Northern California
Squaw Valley is 96 miles from Sacramento, and 196 miles from San Francisco. It generally takes about 2 hours from Sacramento and about 4 hours from San Francisco depending on traffic and weather. Take Interstate 80 northeast into the Sierra Nevada. Exit at Truckee, onto Highway 89 SOUTH, towards Lake Tahoe/Tahoe City/Squaw Valley. Follow Highway 89 south 8 miles to the Squaw Valley Rd. Exit. Turn RIGHT and follow Squaw Valley Rd. to the base of the mountain.

From Reno, NV and Eastern U.S.
Squaw Valley is just 42 miles from Reno, NV and it generally takes about 1 hour to drive. Take Interstate 80 WEST into California and on to Truckee. Take the Highway 89 SOUTH Exit towards Lake Tahoe/Tahoe City/Squaw Valley. Follow Highway 89 SOUTH 8 miles to the Squaw Valley Rd. Exit. Turn RIGHT and follow Squaw Valley Rd. to the base of the mountain.

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  • Laidbacklux

    So what’s the discount at squaw gonna be?