β€œOne of the best Squaw days I’ve ever had. Period.” - local Squaw Valley skier of 17 years

Squaw Valley, CA Conditions Report: One The Best Days in Years…

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We officially broke the record of monthly snow totals in 45 years! Biggest was 202" in March 2011. So far, we have 212" and it's only January 20 ... #januBURIED
16" in 24 hours brings our January snow total over 16 FEET! #januBURIED

High winds anticipated today, which will likely impact operations, so check real-time resort info on app or website: squawalpine.com/lift-trail
BIG snow has moved in! Our weather blogger is saying we could see upwards of 7 FEET by Monday afternoon: squawalpine.com/januburied-storm
Make the most of #januBURIED with a guided backcountry tour at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows with Alpenglow Expeditions:

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Grooming views. Captured by Kurt Wilhelmy on GoPro.
Aerial views of a bluebird day.

Shot by Jamy Donaldson on GoPro
A weekend of incredible snow and views.

Photo: Ben Birk
Stoke and conditions are at an all-time high
Same sunrise, different perspective.

Shot this morning by Alpine Patrol and Chris Woo, Director of Lift maintenance at Squaw.
Slowly, but surely we're opening more terrain after 15 feet of snow in January! Today the fresh goods were in Lakeview and Broken Arrow zones.

See what's on the schedule for this weekend in our latest operations update: squawalpine.com/jan14
Lakeview Zone opened for the first time this season, and these were the conditions. Let the #januBURIED fun continue!
Lifts are buried here, but we're getting set up to open more terrain (slowly but surely)! Most Alpine Meadows terrain is on the schedule for tomorrow as well as limited upper mountain terrain at Squaw. Best to stay tuned to the app and website for real-time info.

Read our latest operations update: squawalpine.com/jan13
This just in from our mountain manager, Granite Chief is #januBURIED! 170" in January and counting...

Stay tuned to our app or website for real-time resort info as operations will be quite dynamic today and tomorrow: squawalpine.com/lift-trail
Well, this photo should give you an idea of just how much snow we've received ... over 14 feet (and counting) in 11 days!

After a regional power outage, blizzard conditions, and historic snowfall we are planning on delayed openings and limited operations at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows for Thursday, January 12. Check out our ops blog for more details: squawalpine.com/jan12

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We want to give a HUGE thank you to our mountain operations team and staff for working tirelessly throughout this storm cycle where we have seen over 13 feet of snow in January.

Stay tuned for operational updates...
We've seen an additional 29" of new snow since this morning, which brings our January total to 153" or NEARY 13 FEET!

We greatly appreciate you being patient as we evaluate our lifts and terrain during this massive storm cycle. We are working to open tomorrow, but will have limited operations and delays. Read our latest operations blog and check the app for real-time resort info:...
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Over 2 feet of new snow in 24 hours! Resort is closed for the day due to weather and conditions. Let's check out the DEEP snow...
Back to snow and both mountains scheduled to re-open tomorrow!

Check out details on tomorrow's operations and FEET of snow in this week's forecast: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows will remain closed tomorrow, January 9 due to severe weather & conditions. Check out our operations blog for more details and please stay safe out there!

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