Palisades Tahoe

Palisades Tahoe

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Formerly called Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Palisades Tahoe hosted the 1960 Olympics and now hosts thousands of happy skiers every year, most of whom visit for the excellent and varied terrain, as well as the epic views across Lake Tahoe.
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New Name Alert! Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is now Palisades Tahoe. Located in Olympic Valley, their SnoVentures Activity Zone provides fun for the whole family. Online reservations are recommended. Don't miss out on Disco Tubing complete with colorful LED lights, lasers and live DJs for the ultimate disco tubing experience.
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Located in a similar area to Heavenly Mountain, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows also sit within the Lake Tahoe region, with Squaw Valley being the second largest ski resort in the area after Heavenly. Operating in conjunction with Alpine Meadows next door, you can’t ski or board between the two resorts, but a shuttle bus will take you to either quickly and tickets are interchangeable.
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Having played host to the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley has been hosting snow-loving visitors for decades, and knows how to do it well. It’s the second-largest ski resort in the region, so expect an array of runs and powdery snow. There are 29 lifts, 6 peaks and more than 3,500 acres (1,416ha) of skiing and snowboarding terrain.
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