There's never a dull moment in Squaw Valley's High Camp, a true mountain-high oasis. A wonderland of ice skating, ... More
There's never a dull moment in Squaw Valley's High Camp, a true mountain-high oasis. A wonderland of ice skating, swimming, snow tubing and dining. At 8,200 feet, High Camp and its incredible cable car ride to the top, offer visitors spectacular views of the valley below and majestic scenery for miles in all directions. With a pool, two islands, waterfalls, and a spa, this may be one of the Sierras most beautiful vistas to relax around water. High Camp comes alive with fun and attractions beneath the moon and stars with night skiing and ice skating continuing into the evening. At the camp, Alexander's Cafe offers a unique setting for your mountain-top dinner with huge burgers, filling sandwiches, and numerous rich and tempting desserts.
In 1924, Harry Comstock decided to build this spectacular golf course for his socialite friends and celebrity guests who stayed
at his Brockway Hotel. He hired the renowned Scottish architect John Duncan Dunn to design this championship course, which ...
You will find this informative center in the day use area near the Erhman Mansion. Inside peruse the displays of
birds, mammals and major game fish that are indigenous to the Lake Tahoe Basin. Check out the "touchy feely" ...
What a fun and exciting day you will have meandering down the Truckee River in a raft! Take a two
or three hour leisurely float on a self guided, five mile trip to your final destination, River Ranch. Have ...