Snow continues to fall, which means snow removal continues. Since January 1, our team has had to engage in snow removal every single day. Photo taken yesterday by Will Paden, Director of Avalanche Control.
Over 2.5 feet in 24 hours up top means we have officially surpassed our average snowfall (which is 450")! So far, Squaw has 467" and Alpine has 465" season to date and it's only February 10!
Please be patient as we work to get the mountain open after significant snowfall and upper mountain terrain being inaccessible due to extrenmely high winds. Stay tuned to the app and website for updates:... View details ⇨
While we got 20" in 24 hours, winds were over 100mph and kept our operations limited. The National Weather Service is calling for more of the same tomorrow (potentially higher). Based on the forecast, we will likely have limited operations tomorrow. Read our latest ops blog: squawalpine.com/explore/blog/operations-update-february-5
Video taken by a groomer last night at the top of KT-22 on... View details ⇨
Squaw Valley's own Travis Ganong, winner of the FIS Alpine World Cup Tour Garmisch downhill this week, has been nominated as Team USA Male Athlete of the Month! Show your support and vote for Travis here: [ Teamusa.org Link ]