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Squaw Valley Lift Tickets

Highlights / General details Elevations: Base Elevation - 6,200’. Peak Elevation - 9,050’. Vertical rise - 2,850’ / 869 m. Six Mountain Peaks: Snow King – 7,550’, Broken Arrow – 8,020’, KT-22 – 8,200’, Emigrant – 8,700’, Squaw Peak - el. 8,900’ Granite Chief - el. 9,050’. Snow: Average Annual Snowfall - 450 inches. Snowmaking: 600 acres. Monthly Snowfall Averages: November: 40 inches; December: 123 inches; January: 74 inches; February: 57 inches; March: 91 inches; April: 67 inches; May: 8 inches. Trail Classification (total mountain acreage): 25% Beginner; 45% Intermediate; 30% Advanced; Skiable Acres: 4,000; Trails: 170+; Bowls: 16; Longest Run: Mountain Run, 3.2 miles or 5.15 km. Lift System: Total Number of Lifts: 33; Cable Car: 1 (110-person tram); Funitel: 1 (28-person gondola); Pulse Gondola: 1; Express 6-pacs: 4; Express Quads: 3; Fixed-Grip Quad: 1; Triple Chairs: 9; Double Chairs: 8; Surface Lifts: 3; Magic Carpets: 2. Inclusion Lift ticket. Hours of operation Lift operations start at 9:00am. Season dates are dependent on the weather. Location Located off Highway 89, between Truckee and Tahoe City, on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Vouchers may be redeemed at the Squaw Valley Special Ticket Office with valid photo ID. Policies Season dates are dependent on the weather. 1-6 day lift tickets must be used within 7 consecutive days. 7 day lift ticket must be used within 9 consecutive days. **All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**