One of the greatest ski areas in the United States sits between California and Nevada, in the Olympic Valley. Squaw Valley’s exciting activities and adventures have drawn in locals and tourists year-round, for decades! While seeking fun-filled recreation any time of year, find yourself unwinding in our Squaw Valley vacation rentals. Browse these regularly cleaned Squaw Valley rentals offered by Tahoe Signature Properties to find the best place for your next vacation and adventures!
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A Touch of Alpine Luxury
If you’re looking for a true home away from home, you can expect to find it when you book with Squaw Valley vacation rentals Tahoe Signature properties! Our Squaw Valley vacation homes come with fully-equipped kitchens, meaning you can enjoy whipping up meals with state-of-the-art appliances—perhaps a snack to have out on an elevated deck with sweeping views of a blanket of deep green pines, or a picnic lunch to take along on one of our many beautiful hiking trails. And when you return home for the evening, rest assured you’ll have a quality bed for a good night’s sleep to recharge for your next day of adventuring around Squaw Valley and Lake Tahoe. Many of our properties come with basics such as towels, linens, kitchen, and bathroom sundries, meaning you don’t have to fret about the little things on your vacation!
Our beautiful Squaw Valley vacation homes have amenities perfect for a variety of seasons. If you visit us during the summer, you’ll love taking advantage of a property with a BBQ grill to cook up a meal you can enjoy with mountain views or a property with a private hot tub for when the temperatures drop slightly at night. This location puts you within reach of some amazing hiking trails, meaning you’re never far from exploring lush forests blooming with flowers and traversing down shady woodland paths. You’ll also only be a short drive away from Lake Tahoe, where you can kayak, horseback ride, and paddleboard with companies like Lake Tahoe Adventures, and swim in the pristine waters of beaches like Sand Harbor.
Summer in Squaw Valley
Summer in Squaw Valley means leisurely days poolside, strolls through vibrant wildflower meadows, and epic adventures on mountain trails. Spending a day around the pool takes on a new meaning when it happens at Squaw Valley. Located at High Camp at 8,200 feet of elevation, this pool is surrounded by beauty. Set amid granite peaks and views of the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe, this is a pool with the ultimate view. Splash and play in the water or lounge in the sun on the spacious surrounding deck. There is also a hot tub perfect for a relaxing soak.
Hike the scenic trails at High Camp when the wildflowers are in full bloom, adding to the majestic scenery. For an easy stroll, take the High Camp Loop, which tops out at just over one mile. This trail, which serves as the beginner ski slopes in winter, transforms into a scenic jaunt in summer. More advanced hikers will thrill at the challenges and scenery presented on the trail to Shirley Lake and Shirley Canyon, passing by spectacular granite boulders and waterfalls.
Alternatively, some trails around Squaw Valley can be explored by bicycle. Rent a traditional bike or electric bike and explore the area on two wheels. A paved bike path that follows the Truckee River takes you from Squaw Valley to Lake Tahoe – a perfect ride away from traffic and through gorgeous scenery that is suited for the whole family. Or go off-roading on some of the splendid mountain trails.
Ride the aerial tram, roller skate at the outdoor rink, challenge yourself on the ropes course, or engage in a game of golf or disc golf – during summer in Squaw Valley, the choices are endless, and the mountains are your playground!
Experience Our Squaw Valley Vacation Homes
When it comes to winter, our Squaw Valley vacation rentals are perfect for a cozy escape from reality. Many of our Squaw Valley rentals have the space and comforts of a home, but with a cabin-like feel—think impressive stone fireplaces, living areas with wood-paneled ceilings and warm hardwood floors, and little touches of alpine architecture and décor, from smooth knotty pine bed frames to plush couches with soft pillows. Depending on the property, there may even be other luxurious touches such as polished natural wood countertops where you can see the rich colors and swirling patterns of the tree grain, or spa-like bathrooms that are perfect for relaxing after a long day of hitting the slopes. And of course, even though these rentals are more isolated than hotel rentals, you’re only a short drive away from the vibrant culinary scene of North Lake Tahoe and Lake Tahoe City and can find everything from authentic Mexican cuisine to flavors from the South Pacific.
Winter in Squaw Valley
When snow blankets the mountains and the sky is blue and bright overhead, Squaw Valley turns into a winter wonderland. Ski or snowboard in Squaw Valley’s snow-covered terrain. With slopes catering to a variety of skill levels and knowledgeable instructors on hand for beginners, this is a great destination for that ski vacation you’ve been dreaming of. Intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders may want to venture on some of the backcountry terrains, while kids and adults alike will enjoy the snow tubing hills. For a slower pace, trek among the picturesque terrain on a pair of snowshoes or cross-country skis. Spend this winter in the beautiful Squaw Valley!
Browse these Squaw Valley rentals to find the best place for your next vacation and adventures! We also offer weekly, monthly, and long-term rentals for those looking to take an extended stay in the area.
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