Visitors to Squaw Valley this holiday season will be treatedto a variety of Yule Tide fun including Santa Claus on skis, ChristmasCarols and a Christmas Eve aerial extravaganza and torchlight parade.
Santa will visit Squaw Valley from December 20-25 spreading holiday cheer.Catch jolly old St. Nick skiing and snowboarding around the mountain,skating at the Olympic Ice Pavilion, bungee jumping, and entertaining guestsat Childrens World.
The slopes will be alive with the sound of music on December 23 and 24 whenmembers of the Sierra Nevada Choir will perform a selection of holidayfavorites for Squaw Valleys visitors.
Holiday religious services will take place at the Queen of the Snows onDecember 24 at 10pm and again on December 25 at noon. The Squaw ValleyChapel will also conduct services on December 24 at approximately 5pm and7pm.
At dusk on Christmas Eve, guests will be treated to an annual Squaw Valleytradition. The evening begins at 6pm with an aerial extravaganza featuringmembers of Squaw Valleys Freestyle Team showing off some of their favoriteflips and twists at the base of KT-22. Then at 6:30pm watch as a torchlightparade of skiers descend KT-22/Exhibition in a beautiful procession oflights.
Squaw Valley is located five miles north of Lake Tahoe along the TruckeeRiver on Highway 89. This season the year-round resort celebrates 50 yearsof dedication to skiing and snowboarding excellence. Offering 4,000 acres oflift served terrain, a snowboard park, ice-skating, bungee jumping,snowtubing, rock climbing, an Olympic Winter Games Museum, shopping, diningand more, Squaw Valley has something for the entire family.