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Terrain Parks - Squaw Valley


Rider's Guide

The amount of terrain here is staggering and the diversity of the terrain is impressive. The back country has everything from gentle cruiser runs to shocking narrows and steeps that stimulate the most seasoned rider. The runs are also fairly evenly divided to suit all ability levels, 25 percent beginner, 45 percent intermediate, and 30 percent advanced/expert terrain.

Parks and Pipes

There are three terrain parks and a massive super pipe. The Riviera Park has mid to advanced level riding with two major jump lines of step-ups, step-downs, and table tops. It also houses big features like log rides, wall rides, and even old petroleum tanks. The super pipe is nearby, in-ground, more than 400-feet long, and has 18-foot walls. The resort crew uses a top of the line pipe cutter to maintain the pipe. The Riviera Park and Pipe are open for night riding during the weekends. The High Camp Yard is another freestyle park and the crew is constantly updating the features so the park is ever-evolving and always sports new additions.

Out of Bounds

Stay active with activities such as dog sledding, snowmobiling, ice skating, a climbing wall, a swimming lagoon and spa, a scenic cable car, snowtubing, a ski jump, as well as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Check out the informative Olympic Museum. Sit and relax at a plethora of quaint cafes. Walk the village for great shopping, art galleries, and a wide array of fantastic restaurants and casual eateries.

Hangout & Hookup

One of the biggest novelties and most popular spots is the ice bar located at the top of the mountain, constructed entirely of ice it’s an arctic paradise. For a more warming atmosphere check out Le Chamois, which serves delicious pizza and ice cold beverages, and provides endless entertainment outdoors on the deck bar or upstairs in the loft bar. There are several places on and around the mountain to grab a drink.