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Often voted one of North America’s best ski resorts, Palisades Tahoe is known for its world-class terrain, vibrant ski culture, and Olympic heritage as host of the 1960 Winter Games. If you’re coming for deep powder and steep chutes and bowls set to the gorgeous backdrop of Lake Tahoe, we’re renowned for that.

Spanning over 6,000 skiable acres across two mountains, skiers and riders of all ability levels are welcomed by over 65 percent beginner and intermediate terrain, 14 easy-to-navigate mountain zones and a custom app to make the most of every visit.

Palisades Tahoe is the largest ski resort in the Lake Tahoe region, boasting 6,000 skiable acres across two mountains. Formerly Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, the more than 70-year-old resort celebrates a rich history as the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, the Spring Skiing Capital, and home mountain to dozens of Olympic and World Cup athletes across multiple snow sports.

With an average annual snowfall of 400 inches, Palisades Tahoe frequently operates the longest ski and snowboard season in Lake Tahoe. The Village at Palisades Tahoe offers year-round events and over 50 bars, restaurants and boutiques, many of which are locally owned and operated. 

If you’re brand new to skiing or snowboarding, you’ll appreciate our forgiving learning zones, welcoming instructors, and convenient access. With consistent snowfall that lasts late into the season and a lively spring skiing scene complete with music festivals and ample sunshine, Palisades Tahoe boasts one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in the country.

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With snowfall from mid-November through the end of May, Squaw offers more days on the snow, every season than its competitors. Squaw Valley's vast upper mountain has wide-open bowls, chalking up a base snow depth that ranges from 10-20 feet. This makes for exceptional spring skiing with more terrain open longer. Squaw Valley offers more nighttime fun than any other California resort, including the 3.2-mile mountain run from High Camp to the base, and the Riviera Halfpipe, lit up for night sessions. Squaw Valley's massive network of 34 lifts includes 7 high-speed express chairs and redundant lift runs to ensure fast access and no lift lines, all over the mountain, even on the busiest holidays. Burgers and beers among mountain peaks, shopping in the snow, or hanging out around a fire pit—just another day spent walking around the Village at Squaw Valley. Whether enjoying dinner, relaxing with a luxurious spa session, or sipping a microbrew, the Village has all the ingredients for a time not soon to be forgotten. Snow Sport can book a range of accommodations; from luxury hotels, to spacious condominiums, intimate lakefront cabins, bed & breakfast inns and private homes. With so many great places to stay in Squaw Valley and the surrounding towns, there is something for every taste, budget and group size. Just steps away from the legendary slopes of Squaw Valley, The Village at Squaw Valley offers comfortable one, two and three-bedroom suites, each with a fireplace, kitchen and balcony. At the end of the day, guests can enjoy a host of restaurants, bars, boutiques and art galleries in The Village, as well as a full-service spa and rooftop hot tubs.

With snowfall from mid-November through the end of May, Squaw offers more days on the snow, every season than its competitors. Squaw Valley's vast upper mountain has wide-open bowls, chalking up a base snow depth that ranges from 10-20 feet. This makes for exceptional spring skiing with more terrain open longer. Squaw Valley offers more nighttime fun than any other California resort, including the 3.2-mile mountain run from High Camp to the base, and the Riviera Halfpipe, lit up for night sessions. Squaw Valley's massive network of 34 lifts includes 7 high-speed express chairs and redundant lift runs to ensure fast access and no lift lines, all over the mountain, even on the busiest holidays. Burgers and beers among mountain peaks, shopping in the snow, or hanging out around a fire pit—just another day spent walking around the Village at Squaw Valley. Whether enjoying dinner, relaxing with a luxurious spa session, or sipping a microbrew, the Village has all the ingredients for a time not soon to be forgotten. Snow Sport can book a range of accommodations; from luxury hotels, to spacious condominiums, intimate lakefront cabins, bed & breakfast inns and private homes. With so many great places to stay in Squaw Valley and the surrounding towns, there is something for every taste, budget and group size. Just steps away from the legendary slopes of Squaw Valley, The Village at Squaw Valley offers comfortable one, two and three-bedroom suites, each with a fireplace, kitchen and balcony. At the end of the day, guests can enjoy a host of restaurants, bars, boutiques and art galleries in The Village, as well as a full-service spa and rooftop hot tubs.