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Squaw End-of-the-Season Reggae Pool Party

At the Swimming Lagoon & Spa at High Camp, elevation: 8200 feet. Saturday, May 10, 12:30 - 3:30 pm
posted: 05/06/2008

Squaw Valley USA, May 2, 2008 - Like all good things, the Squaw Valley ski and snowboard season is coming to an end. To celebrate the spectacular 2007-08 season, Squaw Valley is hosting a Reggae Pool Party at the mountaintop Swimming Lagoon & Spa from on Saturday, May 10, 2008.

On Saturday, May 10 the West Coast's highest elevation pool party comes to High Camp, el. 8,200' featuring Ft. Freedom Fighta Sounds and DJ TMelody performing live at the Lagoon and Spa at 12:30 pm. Spring skiers and riders can get there shredding thrills on the mountain in the morning and spend the afternoon poolside, sipping on a cold one and getting irie to Freedom Fighta Sounds with DJ TMelody until 3:30 pm.

Squaw Valley is offering discounted lift tickets through the last day of the season, May 11, 2008. The Swimming Lagoon & Spa is now free for all guests who purchase lift tickets and for all season pass holders.

Spring lodging packages are available now at squaw.com or call 1-800-545-4350 to book your stay. For more information please visit squaw.com or call 530-583-6985.

For the most up-to-date resort conditions, operations schedules, spring events and live mountain cams, visit Squaw Valley's web site at squaw.com or call 530-583-6985.

For Great Lodging Specials Call 866-366-7261or visit squawvacations.com.

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