Over 2,800 vertical feet of pure mountain bliss. From the steep and deep to perfectly groomed corduroy you can get your winter fix at Squaw Valley. Squaw Valley was home to 1960 Winter Olympics. Squaw’s terrain is huge. There are 33 lifts, including North America’s only Funitel and an aerial Cable Car, that access 4,000 acres and 2,850 vertical feet of terrain on six peaks. The European style base village has restaurants, shops, ski and snowboard rentals and repairs shops. The scenic aerial tramway carries visitors 2,000 ft to High Camp at an altitude of 8,200 ft.There you have access to the facilities of Squaw Valley, including a pool, roller skating, dining, shopping, and high-altitude disk golf. Recently Squaw has teamed up with nearby Alpine Meadows and Sierra-at-Tahoe to offer a pass to all three resorts.