VIDEO: Ski Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA Like Never Before With a North Face Mountain Guide

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With a trail map and a sense of adventure, anybody can navigate their way around a resort and have a great day. But to truly discover a resort, all the coveted terrain, secret stashes, and hidden groomers, you’re going to need someone who knows the mountain like the back of their hand.

Enter the North Face® Mountain Guides at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA. These mountain insiders know every aspect, cliff, hike, and climb, that the legendary terrain of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows has to offer. The program, now in its sixth year, is designed to help skiers with intermediate skills and above ski these mountains like never before.

Benefits of The North Face® Mountain Guides

  • Discover the resorts’ most coveted terrain, secret stashes, and hidden groomers
  • Priority lift line access
  • Complimentary Tekno Hoodie or alternate gift from The North Face®. (Full Day participants only)
  • 20% off demo skis or snowboards
  • This season, lift tickets are extremely limited on weekends & holidays. Add up to (5) lift tickets to your North Face® Mountain Guide
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2020/21 pricing. Credit: SVAM

Details

  • Open to intermediate and advanced skiers and riders ages 13+
  • Up to 4 participants max
  • Offered daily through the end of the season
  • Reservations required
  • One Tekno Hoodie from The North Face® per participant per season. Available for Full Day participants only.
  • Lift ticket not included. Make sure to purchase at the same time you reserve your lesson to guarantee access to the mountain.
  • Meet 15 minutes prior to start time at Ski & Snowboard School Meeting Area

 


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One thought on “VIDEO: Ski Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA Like Never Before With a North Face Mountain Guide

  1. 1000 dollars? Is Squaw joking? You can a hire a real mountain guide for 200 a day to take you BC skiing. Let’s put money in their pockets instead.

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