Made up of two separate mountains, Squaw Valley–Alpine Meadows boasts a combined 230 runs, 42 lifts, 6,000 skiable acres (2428 hectares), and 2,850 vertical feet (869 meters).
While Alpine Meadows is a local favorite for its laid-back atmosphere, Squaw Valley is Tahoe’s legendary mountain that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics and features dramatic, challenging terrain. Together, they have something for everyone, but often with traffic and long lift lines. The two mountains sit next to each other off Highway 89, between Truckee and Tahoe City in North Lake Tahoe. A complimentary shuttle makes regular trips between them. Squaw–Alpine is often included in multiresort passes such as Mountain Collective and IKON Pass, which allow you to ski at top resorts around the country.