Squaw Valley Lodge

Squaw Valley Lodge sat adjacent to what was the finish of the Men’s Downhill course at the historic 1960 Winter Olympic Games held at Squaw Valley. The places, stories and structures from this pivotal event in sports history are located just steps from Squaw Valley Lodge.

Location has always been key to the historical setting of the Squaw Valley Lodge. In the center of all the activity on the mountain, the Lodge evolved from barracks-style quarters at the Olympics to an employee and guest housing complex in the late 1960s.

The 1980s ushered in the third stage of the Squaw Valley Lodge evolution when it was transformed into a popular ski-in/ski-out condominium resort. Remaining at its original location, it is still nestled at the base of Squaw Valley USA, which is designated a California state landmark as a “Pioneer Ski Area of America”.

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Latitude: 39.1969083 Longitude: -120.2372932 Elevation: 6231 ft

Lodging Style and Amenities

The Lodge offers spacious and well-appointed condominiums that blend the comforts of home with the finest of hotel amenities and services. Conveniently situated on the slopes of world famous Squaw Valley USA, and adjacent to all the historical aspects of Squaw Valley’s story, the ski-in/ski-out lodge offers immediate and easy access to recreation, entertainment, events, shopping, restaurants and day spas. After a full day of fun, guests can soak in one of the mountain view spas or enjoy the peace and quiet of their comfortable condominium. In the summer, guests can relax at the pool, travel to the Olympic Museum, or hike right outside their front door.

Every condominium at Squaw Valley Lodge is specifically designed and appointed to make your stay convenient and comfortable. Lodging options include deluxe studios, and one to three bedroom condominiums with full or mini-kitchens, and over-sized baths.

Property Amenities:

• Ski-in/ski-out or hike-in/hike-out location • Private covered parking • Large, well-equipped fitness center • Seasonal swimming pool and tennis courts • Year-round outdoor and indoor spas, sauna and steam room • Massage therapy • 24-hour front-desk service • Daily housekeeping service • Activity planning and bell service • Wireless internet • Seasonal ski lift and activity ticket sales • Morning coffee and teas service in the lobby

Seasons Open

Year Round

Recreational Opportunities

Summer Activities:

Private health club, steam and sauna rooms, massage therapy, full-sized outdoor pool, three indoor and three outdoor hot tubs, tennis courts, hiking and mountain biking trails, rope challenge course or other customized team building activities. Nearby, guests can enjoy golf, fly-fishing, a river float or white water rafting. Within walking distance, The Village at Squaw Valley offers various dining and shopping options.

Winter Activities:

Private health club, steam and sauna rooms, massage therapy, three indoor and three outdoor hot tubs, ski-in, ski-out access to Squaw Valley USA’s 4,000 acres of exhilarating terrain. Nearby, guests can enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, snow tubing, ice-skating, and snowmobiling tours. Within walking distance, The Village at Squaw Valley offers various dining and shopping options.

A short drive to majestic Lake Tahoe or historical Truckee provides inviting selections of restaurants, shopping, tours, entertainment and history in every season.

Rate Range

$169-$884

Driving Directions

From Reno/Tahoe International Airport: When departing the airport, take highway 395 north. Take the I-80 exit west following the Sacramento signs. Travel on I-80 west for about 30 miles to Truckee. Once in Truckee, take the highway 89 exit south following the signs for Squaw Valley and Tahoe City. After 8 miles on highway 89, turn right at the stop lignt onto Squaw Valley Road where the Olympic rings and torches are located. Follow Squaw Valley Road two miles. The road will make a sharp left turn and just ahead is the ski area. Turn right at the stop sign onto Squaw Peak Road located between the Cable Car building and PlumpJack. Squaw Valley Lodge is just ahead on the left side of the street.

From the San Francisco Bay Area: Take Interstate 80 east. Follow I-80 for approximately 3 hours or until you reach the town of Truckee. Take the second Truckee Exit, Highway 89 south. Please refer to the directions from Truckee.

From Southern California (Los Angeles):Take Interstate 5 north to Sacramento. Take Interstate 80 east. Follow I-80 for approximately 2 hours or until you reach the town of Truckee. Take the second Truckee Exit, Highway 89 south. Please refer to the directions from Truckee.

From Truckee Airport: From Airport Road, take a right on Highway 267, turn left at the first stop light onto Brockway Road and go approximately 1.5 miles. As you approach the train tracks in downtown Truckee, take a left on West River Street and follow for approximately 2-3 miles. Take a left on Highway 89 and refer to directions from Truckee.

From Truckee: After 8 miles on Highway 89, turn right at the stop light onto Squaw Valley Road where the Olympic rings and torches are located. Follow Squaw Valley Road two miles. The road will make a sharp left turn and just ahead is the ski area. Turn right at the stop sign onto Squaw Peak Road located between the Cable Car building and PlumpJack. Squaw Valley Lodge is just ahead on the left side of the street.

Eco-Friendly Notes

Squaw Valley Lodge and its operating company Granite Peak Management have established extensive environmentally friendly practices to diminish impact and improve sustainability throughout the property including conservation, energy efficient lighting, native landscapes, water conservation, and the execution of ecologically-sound hazardous waste and toxic substance policies.

Locally or Family Owned Business Notes

Squaw Valley Lodge is managed by locally owned Granite Peak Management. Started in 1998, the local firm manages hotels and homeowner associations in Squaw Valley.

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