Squaw Valley High Camp Trails

Tahoe City, California

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For those who don’t mind coughing up $39 per person for the cable-car ride to High Camp, Squaw Valley’s upper resort at 8,200 feet, a number of trails beckon the casual hiker to walk the wide, well-graded maintenance roads of Squaw Valley Resort to a variety of destinations. The trails vary from an easy, 1-mile loop around flower-filled meadows to more rigorous walks to peak tops with extraordinary views of the north Tahoe countryside. The routes starting from High Camp are well signed at every junction, providing directions and mileages that make getting lost virtually impossible. The resort offers an extensive array of amenities for getting the most out of the experience.

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"For those who don’t mind coughing up $39 per person for the cable-car ride to High Camp, Squaw Valley’s upper resort at 8,200 feet, a number of trails beckon the casual hiker to walk the wide, well-graded maintenance roads of Squaw Valley Resort to a variety of destinations. The trails vary from an easy, 1-mile loop around flower-filled meadows to more rigorous walks to peak tops with extraordinary views of the north Tahoe countryside.

The routes starting from High Camp are well signed at every junction, providing directions and mileages that make getting lost virtually impossible. The resort offers an extensive array of amenities for getting the most out of the experience."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Tahoe City
Distance: 0
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Duration: Various
Season: Best July through mid-October
Local Contacts: Squaw Valley Resort at 530-583-6985, squawalpine.com
Local Maps: Squaw Valley USA Hiking Trails

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Jun 2018