Grays Crossing, Truckee California ~ Tahoe Mountain Club

This 750-acre property, within the Martis Valley, offering beautiful scenery and feeling of being in a remote location but only minutes from downtown Truckee. A neighborhood with wide meandering streets, mature trees and an expansive blue sky. Primary residence or second home living is welcomed here.

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At Gray’s Crossing, it’s more than a community. It is commitment. Grays Crossing is committed to being an influence on preservation and appreciation of the land. Centuries ago, Native American legendary pioneer Joseph Gray, also the founder of Truckee, came to the area in 1863. Today, legendary people come to Truckee everyday! Creating memories for generations to come.

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A true four season destination area. Grays crossing offers activities for all. A Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy championship golf course, a grand fitness facility with swimming pools, spa and steam room. A plethora of paved hiking and biking trails. Nearby, Prosser Reservoir offers fishing, boating (non-motor) and swimming.

With no property ownership requirements or monthly minimums, the Tahoe Mountain Club gives you access to all of the Club’s private amenities, programs and 500+ Member events. Additionally, Members receive preferred access and rates at both Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing Golf Courses.

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Tahoe Mountain Club is family friendly! They offer an upgrade option that is designed for Members to provide unaccompanied access to Club facilities for their extended family (grandparents, parents, children and grandchildren).


This upgrade option is designed for Members to provide unaccompanied access to Club facilities for their extended family (grandparents, parents, children and grandchildren).

Get unlimited access to Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing with this Membership upgrade.


Get unlimited access to Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing with this Membership upgrade. The upgrade can be used for single, couple or family access.

Complete with pool and fitness center, this upgrade allows Members unlimited access to the facility located at Gray’s Crossing.


Complete with pool and fitness center, this upgrade allows Members unlimited access to the facility located at Gray’s Crossing.

A Tahoe Mountain Club membership will grant you access to four restaurants in the area. The Bearfoot Bar and Grill, Schaffer’s Camp, PJ’s Bar and Grill, Alpine Club and The Terrace.


You can own here too! For the Contemporary Aficionado. A calm, airy space with a mix of traditional details, reclaimed wood, plush furniture and statement lighting. Thoughtfully designed home, with an open concept kitchen-dining-living room, laundry room, a master suite and second master accompanied by access to a quaint veranda with hot tub on the main level and two additional bedrooms plus a family room upstairs. Outdoor patio with fire pit, wooded views and a peak of the green golf course. A refuge to entertain and relax. 11081 Henness Rd is offered for $1,550,000 and sold Fully Furnished!





Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is proud to host the Audi FIS World Cup on March 9 – 12, 2017.

This marks the return of World Cup ski racing to California for the first time in 19 years.

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Athlete: Anna Goodman

Audi FIS World Cup at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is proud to host the Audi FIS World Cup on March 9 – 12, 2017. This marks the return of World Cup ski racing to California for the first time in 19 years. Events held will consist of a Women’s Giant Slalom on Friday, March 10 and Women’s Slalom on Saturday, March 11. Olympic champions like Squaw Valley’s own Julia Mancuso and Mikaela Shiffrin will compete on the legendary Red Dog run, which also played host to the 1969 World Cup and 1960 Winter Olympics.

VIP tickets are still available. Free standing room viewing will be available near finish arena as well as skier spectator viewing on looker’s left of Red Dog Face. Live stream viewing will also be available at dining locations in The Village at Squaw Valley including KT Base Bar Sun Deck and [email protected]

Check the website for a full list of events, free concerts and other celebrations!

If you are going to be in the Tahoe/Truckee area this weekend, let me know!

As the winter and ski season approach, it is time to figure out lodging for those epic ski days! The Lake Tahoe and Truckee area offers a plethora of options for lodging in the basin. From Motels and Hostels to towering Casino hotels. The area offers quaint cabins to rent, mansions for holiday gatherings and every size in between. However, to have the best of both worlds, owning property in the basin is by far the best way to go! Ski Resorts are bountiful in our area and you can literally take your pick on where to ski each year. Being centrally located between ski resorts and our mountain towns is the goal of most enthusiasts.

Welcome to 223 Vista Pines in Tahoe Vista on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore!

Bring your family for full-time living or friends for a luxury vacation. Close to the beach, restaurants, shopping, ski resorts, with easy access year-round. Located in a small newer enclave of 8 lovely Tahoe homes. This property is the second one in from the road on the west side of the street which allows for good southern sun exposure.

Walk to Moon Dunes beach in the Summer or take the shuttle to Tahoe City X-Country, Northstar, Squaw/Alpine, or Homewood Ski Areas.​


​This home has a simple, yet effective floor plan. The main level has foyer with slate flooring which leads you to the Great Room and kitchen. Vaulted ceilings in the Dining area which has access to a deck and the fenced in back yard.


​A powder room for guests and the Master Suite are on this entry level. The Master Suite features a light and bright bathroom with his and her sinks, jetted tub and walk in shower.


The Master Suite also has access to the back and front yard.


Up to the second floor. An open loft or game area with a foose ball table and room for the imagination. A quaint TV or sitting room sits in between the second master suite, a guest bedroom and a shared bathroom.


​A secret cove for that special place for a “get-away” nap.


This home is ready for occupancy and has rental income projections for when you are not able to use it! Off set the expense by having it on a rental program! For more information or to view this home please go to or call 530-582-0722


What's New for Winter 2015-16
What's New for Winter 2015-16


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Liesl Kenney
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows
[email protected]

Alaska Airlines Announces New Daily Direct Flight from Orange County to Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows

With 106 nonstop flights to 15 destinations, getting to the snow and sun at Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows is more convenient than ever

[Olympic Valley, Calif.] November 3, 2015 – Getting from Southern California to the ski slopes just got easier: Alaska Airlines will add new nonstop service from Orange County’s John Wayne Airport to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows via Reno-Tahoe International Airport starting on March 16, 2016.

“These daily nonstop flights on Alaska Airlines to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows provide all of our customers in the Southern California area unparalleled convenience and ease of access. We are thrilled to welcome even more nonstop flights into our mountain resort as part of a long-term strategy to make our destination one of the most easily accessed mountain resorts in North America,” said Andy Wirth, President and CEO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. “Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is just a 45 minute drive from Reno-Tahoe International Airport on all-weather Interstate 80, with convenient shuttle service available door-to-door.”

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is home to over 6,000 acres of skiing and riding on the crest of Lake Tahoe, with a bustling village and slopeside lodging at The Village at Squaw Valley®.

Alaska is offering introductory one-way fares to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows starting at $79* each way, operated by Horizon Air using 76-seat Q400 aircraft. Beginning March 16, 2016, flights will depart Reno at10:15 a.m., arriving in Orange County at 11:37 a.m. Flights will depart Orange County at 2:45 p.m., arriving in Reno at 4:05 p.m.

Visit to find great savings and purchase tickets.

About Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is an internationally renowned ski resort in North Lake Tahoe that spans over 6,000 skiable acres. The resort features 42 lifts and 270 trails, as well as the European-inspired Village at Squaw Valley featuring nearly 60 bars, restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. Snowfall averages 450 inches, providing one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in Lake Tahoe, and establishing Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows as a top destination for spring skiing and boarding. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows also boasts one of the region’s only mountain-top beginner areas and several intermediate skier havens including Shirley Lake and the newly renamed Pacific Crest Bowls. For more information about Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, visit

About Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK), together with its partner regional airlines, serves more than 100 cities through an expansive network in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Costa Rica. Alaska Airlines ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Traditional Carriers in North America” in the  J.D. Power North American Airline Satisfaction Study for eight consecutive years from 2008 to 2015. Alaska Airlines’ Mileage Plan also ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Airline Loyalty Rewards Programs” in the J.D. Power 2014 and 2015 Airline Loyalty/Rewards Program Satisfaction Report. For reservations, visit For more news and information, visit Alaska Airlines’ newsroom at

About Reno-Tahoe International Airport
Reno-Tahoe International Airport currently offers 106 flights per day to 15 destinations on eight commercial airlines and proudly serves 3.4 million passengers each year. Learn more at

*General terms and conditions for the fare sale: Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. Some markets may not operate daily service. Fares are nonrefundable, are priced in U.S. dollars, and include all applicable taxes, fees and charges based on one-way travel. A ticket purchased at an Alaska Airlines airport location or through one of our reservation call centers will cost $15 more per person than the advertised fare. Differences in fare and taxes, fees and charges apply to any changes made after ticketing. A $125 change fee per person applies to changes made within 60 days of ticketed travel. Other restrictions— such as day of week, blackout dates and advance purchase requirements — may apply. Additional U.S. taxes may apply to itineraries involving more than one stopover or a stopover lasting more than 12 hours. Bag fees apply for checked baggage. See or call Alaska Airlines reservations at 1-800-ALASKAAIR for complete fare rules, checked baggage policies and more information.



October 3rd



12th annual, Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop

a favorite that brings locals and tourists to historic downtown Truckee to sip wine, taste scrumptious food samples and enjoy shopping. From noon to 4 p.m. Attendees will receive a commemorative wine glass to sample wine at 30+ venues, five food tickets and a program with a map to all participating venues.



October 3rd & 4th

spThe Reebok Spartan Race World Championship

This event will take place at the legendary Squaw Valley.  The world’s best athletes will collide on the course with a shared goal: to be the Spartan Race World Champion. The most anticipated obstacle racing weekend of the year will feature three Spartan Race distances to choose from over two days of racing. 7:30am – 7:30pm.


October 8th – 11th


American Whiskey Weekend!

Join bourbon experts, chefs, barmen (women) for a three-night bourbon and culinary-focused getaway. We are excited to be partnering with Four Roses who was recently awarded American Whisky Distiller of the Year by Whisky Magazine and has received the honor four times in the last five years since 2011.




October 10th

ffJoin us for the 6th annual Fall Festival!

One of our biggest events of the year! There’s something for everyone at our harvest festival from arts and craft vendors, our annual doggie dip, live music, seasonal beer offerings, a carnival area for kids with arts, crafts, games and food.  11 am – 5 pm




October 16th and 17th

hhCome celebrate local legends and history with highly entertaining and spooky twists.  During the walking tour, small groups are guided to interesting sites where they will be immersed in engaging tales performed by talented characters.  The tour skillfully weaves together dramatic, downright haunting and laugh-out loud funny stories. VIP Thursday tour. 5 pm & 6 pm


October 17th


Tahoe City Harvest Festival

From 10 am – 2 pm. Fall has come and pumpkins are ripe for the pickin’. The Fall Festival has something for all members of the family. Food, games, hay rides, petting zoo, and much much more! Don’t miss out on all the fun.  Cost is $15 All Inclusive Wrist Band


October 18th


20th Annual Truckee River Day!

Join us for a day of river, meadow and wetland restoration. You will be working side-by-side with other volunteers to plant restoration sites with seedlings and willows, remove invasive vegetation, compost and mulch sensitive areas, remove garbage and more. Projects start at either 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. and end between 2:00 pm and 3:00 p.m



October 24th


52nd Annual North Tahoe Ski and Sports Swap

Winter season is approaching!  Get geared up at the ski and sports swap! Great deals to be had by all! Located at the North Tahoe High School from 9am -3 pm.


Amelia Richmond
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows
(530) 452-7111 or
[email protected]


Melissa Brouse
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows
(530) 452-7105 or [email protected]


Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Offer Season Passholders Free Skiing and Riding at Sugar Bowl for 2014-15 Winter Season

Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows passholders will now be able to ski and ride at Sugar Bowl Resort in addition to Sierra-at-Tahoe and the eight Mountain Collective resorts

[Olympic Valley and Alpine Meadows, Calif.] March 7, 2014 – Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows have partnered with Sugar Bowl to give their passholders skiing privileges at Sugar Bowl and Royal Gorge Cross Country for the 2014-15 season. The partnership represents a new era as independent resorts continue to partner to offer incredible value for their season passholders.

The new partnership with Sugar Bowl gives Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows season passholders access to four resorts in the Lake Tahoe area: Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Sierra-at-Tahoe, and now Sugar Bowl. Combined, this means skiers and riders can experience 9,650 acres, 69 lifts and 419 runs across 13 legendary Sierra Nevada mountain peaks.

Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows Gold passholders will receive four free days at Sugar Bowl and/or Royal Gorge. Silver passholders will receive two free days. All tickets will be redeemable any day of the 2014-15 winter season except for Saturdays and during holiday periods. If tickets are used for Royal Gorge, North America’s largest cross country ski resort, cross country ski rental equipment will be included free of charge.

Sugar Bowl Resort offers 1,650 acres of exceptional skiing and riding across four mountain peaks, and averages the most annual snowfall in Tahoe at 500 inches per season. In addition to their superb beginner and intermediate terrain, Sugar Bowl offers coveted big mountain terrain and gate-accessed backcountry skiing.

“We are constantly striving to provide more value to our loyal season passholders,” said Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. “Two years ago, we added value through our partnership with Sierra-at-Tahoe and the Mountain Collective – and we’re continuing that mission now by adding access to Sugar Bowl’s incredible terrain.”

“The spirit of Sugar Bowl is very much aligned with the soul of our mountains,
continued Wirth. “We think the partnership is a terrific fit, and we know our passholders will really enjoy Sugar Bowl and Royal Gorge.”

With the new addition of Sugar Bowl, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows passholders now have access to a total of twelve resorts in North America. The Tahoe Super Pass will continue to offer access to Sierra-at-Tahoe, as well as to Alta, Snowbird, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth and Whistler Blackcomb through the resort’s Mountain Collective partnership.

About Squaw Valley
Host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley is internationally renowned for legendary terrain that spans 3,600 skiable acres, six peaks and 29 chairlifts, and ranges from an expansive mountaintop beginner area to unrivaled expert steeps, trees and bowls. Off the mountain, families relax in The Village at Squaw Valley around the cozy fire pits or enjoy a host of restaurants, bars, boutiques and art galleries. Guests can stay in one of The Village at Squaw Valley’s newly upgraded suites, each with a fireplace, kitchen and balcony, for the ultimate slopeside lodging experience.

About Alpine Meadows
Alpine Meadows’ seven powder bowls, summit-to-base groomed slopes, and authentic hospitality are among the many attributes that have made the resort a favorite of the local community and visitors alike. Alpine Meadows offers skiers and riders access to more than 100 trails across 2,400 skiable acres serviced by 13 lifts. With its high annual snowfall of 450 inches, the resort boasts one of Tahoe’s longest skiing and boarding seasons.

Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows joined forces in November 2011, bringing the two ski resorts under common ownership. Skiers and riders can access 6,000 skiable acres, 42 lifts and 270+ trails at Squaw and Alpine Meadows on one lift ticket or season pass.

2014 Rahlves’ Banzai Tour Dates Announced

2014 Rahlves’ Banzai Tour Dates Announced

Lake Tahoe’s most popular racing series – the Rahlves’ Banzai Tour – is back, with ski and snowboard racing in its purest form.

The 2014 Rahlves’ Banzai Tour, presented by Bank of the West, will span four weekends at Lake Tahoe resorts – Feb. 8 through March 16. The ski venues will be Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows and the Finals and Super Finals at Sugar Bowl Resort on March 15-16.

The race founder and still a dynamic skier is former World Champion, X-Games Champ, four-time Olympian, Daron Rahlves, a Sugar Bowl Resort Ambassador and Super Final competitor.

“There is no other race like this in the world,” Rahlves said. “What’s so unique about the Banzai is that every-day rippers line up against pro-level athletes to find out what they’re made of, battle for Rahlves’ Banzai titles and an $80,000 purse. When the gate drops, it’s on as four competitors go head-to-head in a top to bottom race over natural terrain”.

Feb. 8-9: Kirkwood Mountain Resort
Feb. 15-16: Squaw Valley
March 8-9: Alpine Meadows
March 15-16: Sugar Bowl Resort

The 2013 Banzai tour was filled with as many highlights as the challenging Banzai races. The tour kicked off with an amazing start dropping into the Wall at Kirkwood, followed by a Men’s Ski Final win by inches at Alpine Meadows.

The Squaw Valleytour stop tested the Banzai spirit when the Sunday finals were eliminated by weather, but rebounded strong with new snow and bluebird conditions at Sugar Bowl, culminating in a spirited weekend of competition on a technically challenging course.

Chelone “Chilly” Miller from Franconia, NH won the Overall Men’s Snowboard title as spectators witnessed his “live free and send it” approach that produced an exciting wrap up to his notorious come from behind wins on the 2013 tour.

Miller, a competitive snowboarder known for his progressive style, was found dead in his van from a seizure in April 2013, the cause thought to be long-term damage from a motorcycle accident in 2005 that had left him in a coma for 11 days. Chilly, the younger brother of Olympic Gold Medalist Bode Miller, had hopes of making the Olympic team, with a recent fourth place finish at the 2013 Spring U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix at Canyons, Utah, and an overall victory in the Rahlves Banzai Tour.

This year Rahlves has chosen to honor the competitive spirit of Miller by introducing the “Live Free and Send It” award.

“The award will go to the competitor who embodies the free-spirit, skill and love of competition Chilly brought to the Banzai. It will be a yearly tribute passed on at the finals of the RBT,” Rahlves said.

This year’s tour promises to be one of the most exciting thus far. 2013 Overall Champs Johnny Bochenek, Shannon Rahlves, Casey Lucas and $5,000 Super Final winner Kyle Coxon will have tough competition in defending their titles.

It’s quite a mixture of skiers and riders of all levels, including every-day rippers representing their home resorts, to skiers/boarders of all levels coming out for a fun and competitive experience, to competitors making a name for themselves on other tours in racing, ski cross and big mountain.

New addition for 2014 are tour sponsors GoPro and Alaska Airlines along with adding a Men’s Snowboard Super Final with Nate Holland for same Super Final as Men’s Ski of a winner takes all $5,000 purse. Holland is a seven-time X-Games Champ and U.S. Olympic Snowboarder, who signed on as Rahlves’ Banzai Tour Snowboard Ambassador.

GoPro capturing all the action and Alaska Airlines awarding four round-trip flights to any Alaska Airlines destination to each of the four overall Tour winners. They will also offer the “Alaska Airlines Long Flight Award” of $100 Alaska Airlines bucks for best air during the Sunday finals at each Tour stop.

Rahlves’ Banzai Tour Presented by Bank of the West is proud to be associated with Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Sugar Bowl Resort, Red Bull, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., CEP Compression, Wend Wax, Lake Tahoe North, TahoeCenter for Orthopedics, Jagermeister and our newest partners Alaska Airlines and GoPro.

The 2014 Tour will once again be broadcast live on Truckee and Lake Tahoe’s own radio 101.5 FM, which has also partnered with Alaska Airlines to send two winners with round-trip airfare to Cordova as part of station’s annual Points North Heli Ski Giveaway.

If you’re wondering about the tour’s name, Banzai is a Japanese term expressed as an exuberant cheer meaning, “Long Life!” or “Hurray!”

An apt name for a high-spirited downhill ski and snowboard competition, the Silver Belt Race first took place in the 1940s at Sugar Bowl ski resort, ran strong through the 1970s, and was re-introduced with the head-to-head action by Daron Rahlves and Sugar Bowl in 2009.

The race continued with one event for another year, and then Rahlves decided to take the show on the road, officially launching Rahlves’ Banzai Tour and expanding to stops at four of Lake Tahoe’s premier resorts, finishing the tour where it all began at Sugar Bowl.

Tour the 2014 HGTV® Dream Home at Schaffer's Mill & Enter to Win.

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Tours are every Thursday thru’ Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information or to book a tour online visit:

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Tour the 2014 HGTV® Dream Home at Schaffer’s Mill. Enter to Win at

Thru’ February 14th

Tours of the beautiful 2014 HGTV Dream Home at Schaffer’s Mill will begin Thursday, January 9th and continue every Thursday-Sunday from 10am to 4pm through February 16th. Tickets to tour the home are $20 each and available online at:
All proceeds from tour ticket sales will benefit the Tahoe Forest Health System Foundation.

Schaffer’s Mill, a 475-acre, 400-homesite gated community and private club located just east of Truckee, was chosen by HGTV as the location for the 2014 HGTV Dream Home this past summer. HGTV built and decorated the beautiful 3,200-plus square foot cabin at Schaffer’s Mill. The Dream Home will be revealed on HGTV on Wednesday, January 1st during a one-hour show. The network will then give the home away to one lucky winner through its 2014 HGTV Dream Home Giveaway.

“I recently toured the Dream Home and it is amazing,” said John Marlin, Managing Partner for Schaffer’s Mill. “If you have an opportunity to tour the home, I highly recommend it. Not only, is the architecture and decorating incredible, but the proceeds from tour ticket sales benefit a local Tahoe/Truckee charity — the Tahoe Forest Health System Foundation.”

The HGTV Dream Home was designed by Truckee-based Ward-Young Architects and was built by Tanamera Builders. Blending traditional and contemporary forms, the home is designed with two wings: a living wing and a bedroom wing with large expanses of glass and sliding door systems to create transparent and direct connection between indoors and outdoors. Past locations for the HGTV Dream Home include Kiawah Island, South Carolina in 2013, Park City, Utah in 2012, Stowe, Vermont in 2011 and Sandia Park, New Mexico in 2010. The 2013 HGTV Dream Home Giveaway drew over 77 million entries, with the grand prize of a Kiawah Island HGTV Dream Home, a brand-new GMC Acadia Denali and $500,000 cash. The Schaffer’s Mill community features home sites from the $200’s, Mountain Lodges from the $900’s and estate homes and luxury cabins from $1.2 million. Open since 2008 and named after the “Father of Truckee,” George Schaffer, Schaffer’s Mill pays homage to Mr. Schaffer, his ideals and vision.

Schaffer’s Mill is a private Golf and Lake Club. Memberships are available to those living inside or outside of the community. A Schaffer’s Mill Golf & Lake Club membership includes:

– Access to the award winning John Harbottle and Johnny Miller golf course
– Use of the North Village Clubhouse with fine dining, private locker rooms, resort-style pool and an expansive fitness facility
– Use of the 48-foot club yacht on Lake Tahoe
– A private Lake Club at Jake’s on the Lake
– Wintertime fun with Schaffer’s Mill Base Camp at Northstar providing ski-in/ski-out convenience
– Private club shuttle

New Martis Partners acquired the former Timilick property in January 2011 and immediately set about to rebrand and reposition the community. New Martis Partners is a Dallas-based real estate development firm specializing in the creation of beautiful, family-oriented communities. The firm’s multi-disciplined leaders have more than 75 years of experience behind their vision to create communities with lasting value.

About Tahoe Forest Health System Foundation

Tahoe Forest Health System Foundation is the philanthropic incubator for innovative and creative advancement of Tahoe Forest Health System. Funds from ticket sales will support the Wellness Neighborhood programs and their mission to fund community initiatives. The Wellness Neighborhood programs reflect their partnerships with community based organizations. Their goals are to increase access to health care services, strengthen our ability to focus on important health care issues, and to optimize our community’s health.

Squaw Valley USA Ski Resort Opening Day November 23rd 2011!!

The Big Day
November 23, 2011

Fresh snow from Mother Nature and our own snow
making system have added up to give us enough of the white stuff to open Red
Dog, Exhibition and the magic carpets for the kiddos. The weather is forecast to
stay clear for opening day, and after that it looks like we’ll see some more


At the core of the San Francisco and Silicon Valley Ski and Snowboard Festivals lie our passion and love for the mountains. Spend two days exploring gear manufacturer booths, interactive ski resort exhibits, and the biggest winter sale you’ve ever seen.

Come see us this weekend at the Hyatt in Santa Clara! Want free admission?  Contact us to be placed on the “Will Call” list!