October is upon us and has brought shorter days and cooler temps. We even saw frost on the ground the other day. Before the snow flies, I thought I'd share some photos of summer. I was going through our Instagram account and searching through hash tags and it had me feeling nostalgic about our long, fun summer at Squaw.
So here we are, entering September, and what are we thinking of? Not the hikes still on our list, or the sun bathing to be had, but winter. As the ski and snowboard movie premiere dates are announced and the season down in the southern hemisphere is coming to a close, who can help it?
The biggest summer event at Squaw Valley is back for round 4. This year is packed with all of the essential ingredients: yoga, music, wellness, fresh eats and speakeasies. The mission of Wanderlust is simple- mindful living equals a healthy life.
Squaw Valley is home to some of the most spectacular views in Lake Tahoe, with 6 peak and Lake views that are certain to steal your breath away! But did you know that Squaw has several extraordinary wedding venues that are sure to make your day magical.
Boats and sundresses are again ubiquitous as sweet summer is upon us! Winter 2010-2011 was a record-breaker but left our valley’s wonderful foliage little time to grow.
I admit this cold snap had me a bit grumpy. I’d really given myself over to summer and the dusting of snow just wasn’t working for me until a friend reminded me that it’s great for keeping the mosquito population in check.
Dust off your dancing shoes and head to Squaw Valley for another fun-filled summer! On the heels of the success of last year’s KT Concert Series and the wildly popular Bluesdays at Squaw, the folks here at Squaw Valley are pulling out all the stops again.
All Tahoe with three parts adventure and one part relaxation. The key ingredients are lots of friends and family, keep it casual, and get outside.