Squaw Valley Ski Resort

Snowshoe through Squaw Valley's designated trail system at The Resort at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley. The Nordic Center at the trail head of the Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe trails rents snowshoes for adults and kids. All trails originate at the Resort at Squaw Creek. If you are already at Squaw Valley Resort, take the short complimentary shuttle ride from the Squaw Valley Resort Parking Lot over to the Resort at Squaw Creek.

Call 530-583-6300 for more information.


Alpine Meadows Ski Resort

After the mountain closes experience a snowshoe tour to the mid-mountain Chalet at Alpine Meadows. Enjoy an intimate seated dinner where you'll be served an Alps-inspired menu with dishes like potato cheese soup, chicken cordon bleu and apple strudel. This unique experience is only available for 50 guests and available during select dates during the winter season. 

To make a reservation call: 800-403-0206


Tahoe Adventure Company - Snowshoe Tours - 530-913-9212

Tahoe Adventure Company offers all the kinds of Snowshoeing activities anybody could ask for! Whether it be a daily guided tour through the mountains, or a sunset tour, your bound to gain some knowledge and a memorable experience that will last forever.

Ask About Night Time Star Tours and Full Moon Tours


Have Your Own Gear? Check Out These Truckee Trails!

Donner Memorial State Park

The unmarked trail starts near the Emigrant Trail Museum. You may snowshoe through flat woods with some Donner Lake Views.

Cabin Creek Trail

From Truckee, take Hwy 89 toward Squaw for about 10 minutes, and near the Dump you will find the trail head is 1 mile up from highway on Cabin Creek Road with up to 6 miles of easy trails.

Cold Stream Canyon

The gate may be open, or closed, so park as close as you can get. This 4 mile loop has only one hill in the first 1/2 mile.

Peter Grubb Hut / Castle Peak

From the Castle Peak exit at Donner Summit, drive north on the road for 1/2 mile to the trail head. The trail is a gradual uphill for several miles. The trail is unmarked, but there should be plenty of tracks to follow on this popular route. When you reach the ridge, Peter Grubb Hut is north and the Peak is obvious to the south.

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