Midweek is Best Time for Your Tahoe Getaway!

This record season of snow is still stacking up in the Lake Tahoe basin! Just when we get a break from the dumping snow – when the skies part and I-80 opens – another storm moves through. Will it ever stop? We don’t know. And we’re not complaining! (Scroll below to get a visual taste of the epic powder we’ve got!)

With 500 inches of snow this winter – 50 more than average annual Tahoe snowfall – weekend lodging is practically sold out for the season at Squaw Valley Lodge. We understand the convenience of weekend getaways, but as locals we can certainly make a case for midweek stays as the best time to visit. Here’s why:

Discounts, discounts, discounts! With our best rates of the season, you can SAVE up to 30% OFF your midweek stay. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings are our lowest nightly rates! Bonus: if you book directly through Squaw Valley Lodge you can save even more with Granite Chief club rates (just ask a Reservation Agent for details). Click here to book direct.

Less crowds! A local favorite, there’s nothing like a fairly quiet Tuesday morning finding yourself on KT-22 first chair. They’ve happened more often than not this winter.

Less traffic! Rather than sitting in a long line of cars on Highway 89, zip into town quickly. If you need to head into Downtown Truckee for any supplies less traffic means you’ll have more time on the mountain. In the powder. In pure heaven. And as always, enjoy the pleasure of ski-in/ski-out lodging at Squaw Valley Lodge!

Questions about our midweek specials, event information for the area, or deals on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows lift tickets, visit squawvalleylodge.com or contact our Guest Services.

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