Sometimes the word, “Renaissance” conjures images of Italy or the works of da Vinci and Michelangelo. But Squaw Valley has also recently experienced its own burst of advancements, which also paint a pretty formidable picture.
Valentine’s Day can mean more than just flowers and chocolate. According to a recent survey conducted by American Express, six million men were planning to propose this year. Are you one of those happy couples?
If so, first: Congratulations!
Ahh…the holidays. A time where we put the trees we planted outside, inside. We hang fancy, embroidered socks above the fireplace (or on the wall, when you pretend to have a fireplace – thank you fireplace app).
If adventure is your passion and you can’t say no to thrill, you have come to the right place! Gliding through the blanketed peaks of Squaw Valley will be an experience that you are going to remember for years to come.
I don’t mean your pick-up line. This isn’t a “Hey, baby, what’s your sign?” kind of line. I mean YOUR line. The line that, when you rip it, you feel like you own the world.
Avoid the chaos that Wal-Mart will be provoking indefinitely and head for hills, literally. Better yet, skip Black Friday all together and do your holiday shopping this Saturday at good ol’ Squaw Valley during the Winter Holiday Village Preview. That’s what we in the biz like to call White Saturday.
It's a beautiful crisp morning in Squaw Valley with lots of sun and fresh snow on the ground. The mountain picked up 2 feet of snow Thursday through Saturday and the snow guns are still firing on Red Dog as of this morning.
We wanted to know why you love Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows and you gave us some great, creative answers. Below are our Steep. Deep. Tweet. Twitter contest finalists and winner.
David Attenborough shares never before seen footage of the mysterious creatures that make their seasonal migration towards Squaw and Alpine. What radness rituals do you practice to get ready for the season?
One of my favorite things about the Tahoe area is that you can make almost any ride longer or shorter without sacrificing the riding experience. Yesterday I got a lunch time mountain bike ride in on a stretch of the Western States trail sometimes called three bridges.