5…4…3…2…1… Happy New Year! Where will you be when the clock strikes midnight? From fun-filled parades and fireworks displays to live performances, discover all kinds of exciting things to do on New Year’s Eve in Tahoe.[more...]
Tahoe Things to Do
Go skiing and snowboarding with Santa Claus and Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley. Sip hot cocoa, warm your hands at the fire, and listen to carolers. Discover all this and more during Holidays at Squaw Alpine, December 19 through January 3.[more...]
Looking for an unforgettable dinner experience? Peruse our list of high caliber, mouth-watering restaurants in South Lake Tahoe.[more...]
Melt in a fireside hot tub or sip some wine? Whatever your heart and body need after a day on the mountain, Lake Tahoe’s got it and we’ve compiled a list so it is easy for you to find what you’re looking for![more...]
Say “ahh” with an hour or two-hour long Swedish or Sports massage from our certified therapists here at Squaw Valley Lodge![more...]
Earlier this week fall quickly faded into winter, as over a foot of snow fell at Squaw Valley. It was a beautiful way to kick off November, blanketing the mountain in fresh powder. With the California drought and lower snow levels from the past four years, it was a hefty storm for fall, and a pleasant surprise for the area.
Since we received so much snow on Monday, November 2, Mt. Rose Ski Resort opened for the season on Wednesday (November 4) as the first ski resort open in the Tahoe basin, and Boreal Mountain Resort opened today as the first ski resort open for the season in California! The colder temperatures this week also meant Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows was able to get in tons of snow making. Squaw Alpine is still slated to open Wednesday, November 25 in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
There are two things we do need to point out considering the early snowfall: 1. If you don’t have your Tahoe Super Pass yet, you’re blowing it big time and need to purchase one stat. You can do that HERE. 2. If you haven’t booked your winter ski getaway, you need to do that stat. And also take advantage of our insanely good fall rates we have going on right now. You can still ski/ride in the area if you stay with us, and also take advantage of everything happening at The Village at Squaw.
Book online or contact our Reservation Agents to learn more: http://www.squawvalleylodge.com/
Halloween in mountain communities is a bit different as families don’t have the ease of metropolitan neighborhoods for trick-or-treating, though that doesn’t stop locals here! If you’re looking to dress up and branch out for a night ‘on the town’ check out a few events happening around Tahoe on All Hallow’s Eve, Saturday October 31:
Creepers Ball at Crystal Ball Club
An area favorite! Tainted Love and After Party with Dubcoling and Onene
ss. Get dressed in your best costume and dance your heart out to some awesome cover songs.
9PM | $25/ticket, or $45 for Booth Seat | http://www.crystalbaycasino.com/
Heavy Halloween The Psychedelic Laboratory featuring RudeBoyNoize (Trevor Kelly + Shlump) // Rapplesauce // All Good Funk Alliance at the Tahoe Biltmore
Rock out to an evening of two stages of bass and funk. Don’t forget to wear your costume too!
9PM | $15 early bird ticket, $20 advance, or $30 at the door | http://heavyhalloween.bpt.me/
Don’t forget to book your night with us while our fall rates are so great. Our Front Desk staff is happy to assist you with taxi service to ensure you remain safe while out for the night! Need directions to Stateline, NV (it’s about a 20 minute drive away)? Our staff is here to help!
Not sure if you want to stray far from Squaw Valley? How about a nice bottle of red at Uncorked (just steps from us) and a dip in the spa before bed? Sounds like a perfect way to ring in November … one more step closer to winter.