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Top 11 Neighborhood Amenities in Squaw Valley Ski Resort, California

Squaw Valley Ski Resort neighborhood is located between Tahoe City and Truckee, about 10-15 minutes driving in both directions. It is for people that enjoy resort living life-style. It is one of the biggest ski areas in the United States, and was the host site of the entire 1960 Winter Olympics. It is a resort area with recreation activities, spas, restaurants and more. Squaw Valley has to offer anything from custom built houses of your dreams with gorgeous views of the mountain to small conveniently located condos right in the heart of the Village.

Squaw Valley - Alpine Meadows

One of the largest ski areas in the country, was the host for 1960's Olympic games. Offers any level of skiing from beginners to professional skiers with 30 chairlifts, 3,600 acres (15 km2) and the only funitel in the U.S. Since Squaw Valley joined forces with Alpine Meadows in 2012, the resorts offer joint access to 6,200 acres (25 km2), 43 lifts and over 270 trails. The resort attracts approximately 600,000 skiers a year.
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Fireside Pizza Company

Located in the heart of the Village. The only restaurant in Squaw that's open year-round. Great place for family-oriented fun experience. Excellent selection of gourmet pizzas and pastas. It is famous for its fresh backed chocolate chip cookies, yes it takes 10 minutes for baked to order cookie, but worth the wait and you will taste yourself what's all the buzz is about.

Trilogy Spa

Trilogy Spa offers award-winning massage, skincare, body treatments, nails care and a party lounge serving wine and champagne by the glass or bottle. It also has an Escape Club for monthly massage or facials, members have unlimited access to the amenities including the Eucalyptus Steam Room.
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Squaw Valley Preparatory Charter School

Squaw Valley Prep is a tuition-free, California public college preparatory program serving residents of Placer County and adjacent counties. The mission of Squaw Valley Preparatory is to cultivate student success through mindful perseverance, critical thinking, resourcefulness and advanced knowledge; integrating the individuality and passions of each student and utilizing the Olympic Valley environment in preparing 7th -12th graders for global success in school, work and life.
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Mamasake, Raw at Squaw

Mamasake opened in October of 2003 in the new Village at Squaw Valley California by Chef Elsa Corrigan. Elsa uses her varied restaurant experienced and travels to create a cuisine that has Asian influences and her own unique style of sushi rolls and sashimi. She is a graduate of the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco with experience at restaurants in San Francisco, Napa Valley, London, and Lake Tahoe. Elsa has traveled extensively through Europe and Asia and continues to explore the foods of those regions as well as California and the rest of the United States.

Along with great fish and meat dishes, we are proud to offer a menu that includes items that are vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, mostly organic, local and regionally sourced produce and rice. We source our fish sustainably and use only meats with no added hormones or antibiotics. We research the products we use to avoid genetically modified organisms (NO GMO). The sharizu that we use to season our sushi rice is made with organic unrefined sugar.

Mamasake has won multiple awards:
Best of Tahoe Sushi 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013
Sierra Sun Best of Tahoe Sushi 2007
Sushi Masters Bronze medals Signature dish, Sushi Roll, Traditional presentation. 2007
Autumn wine and Food Blazing pans Champion 2012
Autumn wine and Food Best Marriage of food and wine Judges award Gold medal 2009
Autumn wine and Food Best Food Silver Medal 2009
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Gallery Keoki

Gallery Keoki has been in business since 2003. We reopened with a refined concept under new ownership in July of 2010. Its mission is to offer all of collectors an unparalled experience. Gallery Keoki also offers a hip and unique setting for your special event. Located in the Village at Squaw Valley, the 1800 square foot gallery space is ideal for parties of 10 to 150, for dinners or cocktail receptions. Whether you are planning a rehearsal dinner, wedding reception or corporate event, allow Gallery Keoki to host your event. A private bar, media room and stunning photography by Keoki Flagg compliment all special events.
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High Camp Mountain

To get up to High Camp you would get a ride on the scenic Aerial Tram is a spectacular and leisurely ride 2,000 vertical feet to High Camp, el. 8200'. The Aerial Tram is one of Squaw Valley's most popular year-round attractions. Once you reach the top, enjoy panoramic views of Lake Tahoe as well as access to numerous activities, including a mountaintop pool, roller skating, hiking and dining. Squaw Valley's Swimming Pool & Hot Tub is one of the most breathtaking places in the world to relax. Located at High Camp, el.8,200', the Swimming Pool & Hot Tub is surrounded by the beauty of the Sierra including views of Lake Tahoe. In the winter you can enjoy ice-skating at the high camp. Perched at the crest of Squaw Valley's upper mountain, the Olympic Ice Pavilion offers unmatched panoramic views of the Squaw Valley Meadow, beautiful Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevada. Hockey or figure skate rentals are included. Adults and children should not miss the thrill of ice skating in a truly unique and awe-inspiring setting.
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Resort At Squaw Creek

This AAA Four-Diamond condo-hotel is ideally situated to offer access to Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, now accessible with one lift ticket. This is no ordinary Lake Tahoe hotel. Our gracious hospitality and full-service amenities led Conde Nast Traveler magazine to rank the Resort at Squaw Creek among the top 50 ski hotels in North America, and one of the top 150 U. S. mainland resorts. Recreation enthusiasts love the resort's true ski-in, ski-out lodging, 18-hole championship golf course, on-site cross-country ski center, fly fishing center, ice-skating rink, heated swimming pools, waterslide, and scenic hiking and biking trails. And if that's not enough, we also feature our own shopping promenade, four distinct restaurants as well as other dining venues, extensive meeting and wedding facilities, a full-service spa, a complete health and fitness center, and Mountain BuddiesTM, a comprehensive children's program.
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Wanderlust Yoga Studio

The Wanderlust Yoga Studio is a source of inspiration where all guests are encouraged to strengthen their mind, body and spirit. The 1,000 square foot studio is a sanctuary for all to further their practice in the pristine mountain landscape of Squaw Valley.

The studio offers daily classes and workshops taught by some of the most recognized yoga instructors.

Rocker@Squaw

Gather round and share your stories in the place where we honor legends of the past, present, and future. From Olympians to big mountain skiers and riders Rocker@Squaw is where we tell their stories and you tell yours. Much like the mountain, Rocker's menus are designed to exhilarate, inspire, and challenge guests by only offering the best variety and products available. It has partnered with regional farms and suppliers to bring you the freshest, sustainably sourced products; because you deserve the best.
And yeees, they serve 5lb burger, that you can split between 4-6 people.

Olympic Museum

Take a trip back in time and learn about the 1960 Winter Olympics that took place at Squaw Valley. The recently renovated Olympic Museum, located at High Camp showcases our unique collection of memorabilia, news articles, and video presentations detailing the many magical moments that took place at Squaw Valley. Admission is free with your Aerial Tram ride.

The recently renovated Olympic Museum at High Camp features newly-acquired Olympic memorabilia from the 1960 Winter Games at Squaw Valley, as well as a fresh new look. Authentic Team USA uniforms 15 minute historical film. Current Squaw Valley athlete memorabilia from Olympians Julia Mancuso, Travis Ganong, Marco Sullivan and Nate Holland Hockey stick & puck from 1960 Winter Games.
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Top 11 Neighborhood Amenities in Squaw Valley Ski Resort, California