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Free Summer Activities

Soak up the sun and take advantage of one of the many free summer activities. Walk the line in our slack line park or play a friendly game of ladder toss. 

Free summer activities are located at High Camp, el. 8200' and in the base area next to the Funitel building.

11am-4pm Daily | Tues, Fri, Sat Open Until 5pm

Bag Toss
Base Area & High Camp

Bag Toss (A.K.A. Bean Bag Game or Cornhole) is a great American past time that has been around for centuries. Object of the game is to toss the bags so they land on the board or in the hole. 

Slack Line Park
Base Area & High Camp

In addition to being a sport of its own, slacklining is also popular as a training tool for a variety of athletes. As it can help improve core strength, balance, and reaction time, slacklining is common with climbers, cyclists and other athletes. However, balancing on the slackline is also a fun and mentally stimulating activity for all ages. The Squaw Valley Slack Line Park allows for many different configurations and line lengths for easy progression. The lines are situated two to three feet off the ground.  

Croquet
Base Area & High Camp

The classic game of croquet makes its way to Squaw Valley. Drive wooden balls through a series of wickets set out on the lawn. This fun family game will be available free of charge on the grass area outside of High Camp.

Ladder Toss
Base Area & High Camp

Ladder Toss is played with 2 or more players or teams. Each player has 3 golf ball bolas. A bola is 2 golf balls attached by a nylon rope. The object of the game is to wrap your bolas around the steps of the ladder. The ladder consists of 3 steps, a top, middle and a bottom step. 

Hiking
Base Area & High Camp

Ride the Aerial Tram to High Camp or start your journey at the base area and choose from a variety of trails (maps available from Guest Services). Climb to the weathered buttresses atop Squaw Peak, visit the historic Watson Monument at Emigrant Peak, or meander through the meadows covered with wildflowers, and enjoy the panoramic views afforded from Squaw's spacious upper mountain. View all hiking trails

Disc Golf
High Camp Only

Squaw’s disc golf course includes three beginner holes at High Camp for those looking to get a feel for the game and fifteen extreme holes that wind down Shirley Canyon and back up. Both courses start at hole #1, located next to High Camp. Free with Aerial Tram ticket- no fee for playing our panoramic 18-hole disc golf course. Disc Golf equipment not included- must bring your own. View more details

Geocaching
High Camp Only

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure-hunting game in which participants use a GPS (global positioning system) handheld device to locate more than 430,000 caches or hidden treasure boxes. Free with Aerial Tram ticket. Geocaching equipment not included- must bring your own. View more details

Tennis
High Camp Only

Play tennis overlooking Lake Tahoe on one of two mountain-top tennis courts cradled on a ridge top at el. 8,200’ and accessed by Squaw Valley's Aerial Tram. Use of the courts is free with Tram ticket. Rent racquets and purchase balls at the High Camp Sport Shop. View more details

High Camp Free Activity Hours

Summer Operations      
Regular Tram Dates Free Activity Hours Tram Hours Last Download From High Camp

May 24, 2014-September 1, 2014

Open June 21, 11am-4pm 10:40am-4:20pm 5pm

September 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 2014

Closed 10:40am-4:20pm 5pm
Extended Tram Operations      

July 4-August 26 | Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

11am-5pm 10:40am-5:20pm 6pm

 

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