Love Elevated: Squaw Valley to Host Mountaintop Dinner for Valentine’s Day
[Olympic Valley, Calif.] February 3, 2014 – Squaw Valley is taking love to new heights this Valentine’s Day with the Valentine’s Dinner at High Camp Friday, Feb. 14. Guests can ride the resort’s scenic Aerial Tram up 2,000 vertical feet to a romantic dinner at The Terrace, while taking in stunning views of Lake Tahoe and Sierra Nevada under the light of a full moon.
Guests will dine on a delicious four course meal that includes tempura portabella fries, a choice of massaged kale salad or crab and tomato bisque soup, and Skuna Bay salmon or petit filet mignon. The night will be topped off with warm, molten souffle cake for dessert, which is a flourless chocolate cake served with vanilla ice cream. A children’s menu will also be offered for families with little ones.
Reservations for the Valentine’s Dinner are $80 for adults and $35 for kids ages 12 and under (price includes tram ticket). For those with a season pass or a lift ticket for Feb. 14, reservations are $54 for adults and $27 for kids. Reservations are available for seatings from 6:20-8 p.m. To book a reservation, email Ashley Barker at abarker@Squaw.com
For a truly memorable Valentine’s Day, couples and families can spend the day skiing or riding at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, before capping off the evening with a romantic dinner at High Camp.
Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are currently open with a combined 24 lifts and 60 trails. In addition to great skiing and riding, guests can enjoy snowtubing, mini-snowmobiles, shopping and dining in The Village at Squaw Valley. Squaw’s Wanderlust Yoga Studio also offers a full schedule of 19 classes a week and is open daily.
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.
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