About Palisades Tahoe
Formally known as Squaw Valley, the resort was renamed in 2021 to remove the offensive word 'Squaw' from the name. From the resorts founding in 1949 and hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics, to the freeskiing pioneers and Olympians that put us on the map, the last seven decades have cemented this resort’s place in the halls of ski history. While the name may be new, the legend and legacy of these valleys continue on, now as Palisades Tahoe.
Palisades Tahoe Ski Holidays
Beginners will find forgiving learning zones set among dramatic alpine scenery, while varied trails, bowls and chutes mean that skiers and snowboarders will never outgrow Palisade’s progressive terrain. With consistent snowfall that stays around well into the spring, the resort boasts one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in the country.
Palisades Tahoe Ski Packages
There are 7 different resorts on offer in the Tahoe area, and by hiring a car you can take advantage of all of them. Palisades is a European style village and a unique style of ski resort, with large, open bowl skiing rather than traditional marked trails. Alpine Meadows is situated in the Tahoe National Forest and has 7 powder bowls and top to bottom grooming. Lift Tickets incorporate both Palisades and Alpine Meadows... two resorts, 1 lift ticket!
Palisades Tahoe Accommodation
A holiday in Lake Tahoe doesn't just stop at the slopes. The nearby town of Reno offers great nightlife with all its bars, restaurants and casinos. If you are looking for Las Vegas in the snow, come to Tahoe.