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1960 Winter Olympics Walking Tour

Come learn about Squaw Valley's past, and how we earned our name in Olympic history. Local Olympic historian David C. Antonucci will lead a walking tour of the 1960 Winter Olympics site in Squaw Valley on Sunday, January 20 as part of the 2013 North Lake Tahoe Olympic Heritage Celebration.

Olympic History Tour

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January 20 12:00pm Meet at the information kiosk in front of the Squaw Valley Aerial Tram Free

This is a two-hour tour on foot where participants will go on an exploartion of Olympic venues and sites in the base area of Squaw Valley. A few of the sites we'll visit are the Olympic Village Lodge (athlete's housing), California and Nevada Welcome Centers, as well as race courses, the site of Blyth Arena, ski jump hill remnants, IBM computer building, media center, and other historic sites. Antonucci will recount stories of epic competition at the athletic venues. Dress warmly and be prepared to walk.

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