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Ski in Tahoe this 4th of July



What better way to celebrate Independence Day than skiing in Tahoe? There haven’t been too many opportunities in the resort’s season to enjoy the slopes in July. “It is certainly uncommon to be able ski in July but it is truly unheard of to be operating at the capacity that we will be operating on July 4th Weekend,” said Andy Wirth, Squaw Valley’s Chief Executive Officer. “With five lifts including the Funitel and Gold Coast Express, pool parties, live music and the Lake Cushing Crossing, this will be the Ultimate Independence Day Weekend.”

Cost for a ticket will be $49 per day for adults and $12 for kids 12 and under. July skiing and riding will be included Squaw Valley season passholders, and possibly the best part (besides your Instagram feed) will be the commemorative T-shirt included in the cost of the ticket.

squawalpine.com

Deals are subject to change, check with the business to confirm pricing and availability.

Photo by Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

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