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Kansas State University

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Over 2,800 vertical feet of pure mountain bliss. ASR members will be staying at the heart of the Lake Tahoe action in the Village at Squaw Valley with access to dining, shopping, and outdoor activities.  Just steps from the Squaw Valley Aerial Tram, members will have access to a plethora of high altitude adventures.



Located at the base of Squaw Valley at el. 6,200 feet, the par-71, Resort at Squaw Creek championship golf course was cited by Golf Magazine as one of the "Top Ten Courses You Can Play" in 1993. The golf course measures 6,931 yards from the gold tees. With four sets of tees including the family tees placed just 150 yards from the green, the course offers a fun golf experience for players of all abilities.

With all the shops, restaurants and activities in the village, there’s no need to rent a car or venture beyond Squaw Valley and its surrounding peaks.  If you do want see what else the north shore of Lake Tahoe has to offer, the Village at Squaw Valley is just minutes from two nearby mountain
towns, Truckee and Tahoe City.



Truckee is a place rich in history with a quaint downtown that hosts charming shops and superb restaurants set in authentic historic buildings. Recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Truckee proudly retains its historic roots. You can discover much more about their captivating story at Donner Memorial State Park museum and Pioneer Monument.







Tahoe City is perched on the shore of Lake Tahoe at the headwaters of the Truckee River. Tahoe City provides playful year ‘round activities that await every visitor.  You can jog/walk/bike/skate the paved trail system along the lake, across the historic Lake Tahoe dam and down the river. Soak up the summer sun with a host of challenging water sports.

Enjoy four-star dining, homegrown coffee shops, shopping, galleries, and a leisurely stroll through town on the lake-view boardwalk any time.



Learn more about North Lake Tahoe destinations at the North Lake Tahoe Convention & Visitor’s Bureau website.