Our Community.

This beloved community is home to 6,000 skiable acres across two legendary mountains, stunning views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada, a vibrant village hosting year-round events, restaurants and shopping, plus a rich cultural and geographical history. The Palisades at Squaw Valley offers sustainable and modern luxurious alpine homeS with unparalleled access to Squaw Valley’s year-round outdoor adventure for buyers seeking an active and engaged mountain community, inspiring owners to be environmental stewards of their mountain.


The Palisades at Squaw Valley provides an intimate environment for owners to truly exhale, socialize with like-minded neighbors, learn about their natural surroundings, and embrace the great outdoors. The Palisades community will have exclusive access to a variety of engaging and convenient amenities within steps of your home, as well as coveted access to ALL of Squaw Valley—located in your backyard—featuring boundless year-round outdoor adventure and activities, lively curated social events, and a plethora of dining options.

  • Community Garden with fresh, seasonal vegetables and herbs for home chefs
  • Mountaineer ski shuttle from your home direct to slopes at Squaw Valley
  • Monthly Educational Series featuring local experts and tastemakers
  • Seasonal snow plowing and landscaping
  • Miles of hiking and biking trails
  • Squaw Valley Park; including pickle ball courts, soccer field and playground

High Camp at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Resort

An all-seasons playground with something for everyone.


Located 10 minutes from Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains with a base of 6,200 feet and 3,600 skiable acres across six peaks, including the iconic mothership of Squaw Valley KT22, the resort tops out at 9,050 feet at Granite Chief. The area receives heavy maritime snowfall, frequently receiving 40 feet or more each winter.

Voted North America’s best ski resort for three years in a row and host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, the Squaw Valley legacy has maintained a vibrant ski culture and mountain energy that spans from village to peak. Its spirit of outdoor adventure is reflected by the views of Lake Tahoe’s translucent waters, and its inspiration is carved into the slopes of the Sierra mountains.

Sculpted to serve as an “all seasons” base camp for outdoor pursuits, The Palisades at Squaw Valley offers families a sophisticated yet down-to-earth alpine experience unlike anything Squaw Valley has seen before. A place where life transitions seamlessly on and off the mountain every season of the year.


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