Bodyworks is Mammoth’s original spa. With its location on the second floor above the Mammoth Luxury Outlets you can shop ‘til you drop before spending a relaxing hour or two rejuvenating body and soul so that you’ll be ready to hit the slopes again the next day. Bodyworks’ calm, sunny, and soothing environment offers a myriad of massage options as well as facials, body wraps, and full body scrubs. For those looking for a slightly more romantic spa experience, Bodyworks specializes in couples massages. All treatments include use of the sauna and Whirlpool spa.
Learn about the 1960 Winter Olympics, the first televised games, which took place at Squaw Valley.
Learn about the 1960 Winter Olympics, the first televised games, which took place at Squaw Valley. The highlight from the games that year includes the “Team of Destiny” men’s hockey team that defeated both the USSR and Czechoslovakia teams during close matches to win the gold. Located at High Camp at the top of the Cable Car, see a collection of memorabilia, news articles, and video presentations of the event.
Accessed via Squaw Valley’s Cable Car, enjoy panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and surrounding areas while skating on an Olympic-sized rink.
Accessed via Squaw Valley’s Cable Car, enjoy panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and surrounding areas while skating on an Olympic-sized rink located at the crest of the mountain. Ice skating is available for all ages and is open for both summer and winter seasons. Want to learn to skate better? Private lessons are available by appointment.
Experience an hour-long, daytime or sunset dog sledding tour in the Squaw Valley Meadow.
Experience an hour-long, daytime or sunset dog sledding tour in the Squaw Valley Meadow. Each group will be accompanied by a racing guide and a team of up to 10 Alaskan Huskies on a route that is almost three miles. Every sled travels at almost 14 miles per hour and holds four people. The cost is $45 for children under 60 pounds, and $95 adults and children more than 60 pounds.
Squaw Valley, CA | 530.583.6300 | tahoedogsledtours.com
Located at the mountain’s base, the kid’s zip-line is about 200-feet long.
Located at the mountain’s base, the kid’s zip-line is about 200-feet long. The scenic route overlooks the granite peak of Red Dog, the perfect adventure for children. For each ride, the participants will slide on a harness and then climb to the top of the launch tower for their leap. Best suited for kids less than 120 pounds. One ride is $12 and each additional ride is $6.
Bring your dog along on your next ski vacation, and he'll receive special treatment at this Squaw Valley hotel.
If you can’t leave home without your furry friend, stay at the PumpJack Inn, where they offer dog beds, treats, and bowls. Fido is also allowed in most areas of the hotel, as long as he stays on his leash, and a list of resources, dog-friendly trails, dog-friendly beaches, and dog-friendly North Lake Tahoe restaurants is also available at the hotel. If you go to Squaw Valley enough to warrant buying a season pass, ask about the PlumpJack Season Pass, which gives season pass holders a 15 percent discount off of reservations.
Located in one of Squaw Valley's earliest homes, they have Swiss cheese fondue during happy hour.
A mix of Mediterranean and California-inspired food, Graham’s has been serving Squaw Valley in the historic Paulsen home—the original Squaw Valley family, who moved there in the 1930’s— for 20 years. Stop in around 4 p.m for their après-ski Swiss cheese fondue and choose from their 700-bottle wine list. In the winter, they’re open everyday, but if you’re in Squaw during the summer you can still catch them from Wednesday to Sunday. Squaw Valley, California | 530.581.0454 | dinewine.com
Check out this on-mountain restaurant for unique apres-ski options.
This on-mountain restaurant focuses on New American cuisine served on small plates, as well as large entrées and a substantial wine list. At the end of the day, head down for their daily food and drink special, and share a social plate with your ski crew. Try the Tower 16 Tuna: a triple-decker of crisp-friend won tons, fresh ahi, mango, and avocado with wasabi cream sauce alongside a Sunrise Mojito. Squaw Valley, California |530.584.6170 | squaw.com
Nestled among towering pine trees, Evan’s has a home-y, cozy feeling. Try the grilled filet of beef with foie gras butter and syrah reduction, served with white cheddar gratin potatoes and broccolini. An extensive wine and dessert menu complete the gourmet experience. Call for reservations: 530-542-1990.
This fine dining restaurant on the 19th floor of Harvey's offers exquisite American cuisine and spectacular lake views.
Stunning views of the lake and multi-course meals deliver a truly enjoyable fine dining experience. Try the Fresh Chilean Sea Bass with a delicious side of creamy Risotto. Call 775-586-6777 for reservations.