Squaw Valley Trail

  • Picnic
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Accessible Parking


  • Picnic
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Accessible Parking


101 Squaw Valley Rd, Olympic Valley, CA, 96146
High Sierra
Info: (530) 886-4901
Squaw Valley Park parking lot: 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset.
Trail: always open.
On leash
Last Visited:
July 2020
Squaw Valley Park is located at the entrance of Olympic Valley, offering visitors a wide array of year-round recreational opportunities. There’s a soccer field, playground, pickle ball courts, picnic areas, bike and hiking trails.




From the park, in addition to travelling the Squaw Valley Bike Path, you can also connect to the longer Truckee River Trail that travels 7 miles into Tahoe City, paralleling Highway 89 along the Truckee River corridor. It’s scenic and has mostly gentle slopes with some steep sections.

Trails and Pathways

Squaw Valley Trail
Time to Complete:
1.5 hours
Trail Length:
2-4 total miles
Typical Width:
4 ft. & above
Typical Grade:
Typical Terrain:
Trail Overview: This 2-mile (one-way) asphalt trail, separated from the roadway, runs moderately uphill through Squaw Valley to the ski resort where you can enjoy a spacious pedestrian village with a variety of stores and restaurants. Along the trail you will enjoy views of an expansive grassy meadow with tall peaks rising in the background some 3,000-feet from the valley floor. Interpretive signs along the route describe landmarks, plants, and animals. It can be busy with cyclist’s, people walking dogs and hikers.

For the last .2-miles you’ll share the road with vehicles. Alternatively, to reach the village you can avoid the road by rerouting thru the first Squaw Valley parking lot.

More Info: There is a short steep hill by the Post Office (about 1.8-mile out) but for an easier route you can move to the bike lane in the road for about 200 feet.

Accessibility Features

The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
Accessible Parking:
Yes – designated accessible parking, van accessible, firm, level or slope no greater than 2%;

At Squaw Valley Park and Resort at Squaw Valley

Accessible Restroom:
Yes – Vault restrooms are at Squaw Valley Park and public full-service restrooms are at the Resort at Squaw Valley 

Accessible Picnic Table:
Yes – firm & stable path to tables, firm & stable surface, 27" or greater knee clearance

Good to Know:
Very little shade on the trail. Best time to visit is May-November. Otherwise it can be covereded in snow in the winter season.


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