Olympic Valley Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Olympic Valley; our list of the best things to see, including Squaw Valley, Squaw Valley and Auld Dubliner Irish Pub.
  • The best place in Olympic Valley: Squaw Valley

    Squaw Valley

    On highway 89 between Tahoe City and interstate 80; Squaw is possibly the most well known resort in all of California, and the setting for the recent book Squallywood [9]. A complete skier's paradise- magazine favorite for its varied terrain, huge size and massive high speed lift system; and a former Olympic village. Its over sized reputation also presents a downside: crowds that even a on mountain the size of Squaw can swamp the intermediate lifts and result in lines.
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  • Squaw Valley

    Squaw Valley

    This legendary resort is home of the legendary KT22 and hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics.
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  • Auld Dubliner Irish Pub

    1995 Squaw Valley Rd #41
    The place for a perfect pint of Guinness, this real Irish pub was built in Ireland, dismantled, shipped over and reassembled. As one might imagine, it offers a wide selection of whisky and live Celtic music.
  • Six Peaks Grill

    Six Peaks Grill

    400 Squaw Creek Rd
    The Resort at Squaw Creek offers Lake Tahoe fine dining and a variety of Squaw Valley restaurants for local residents and guests. The Six Peaks Grille provides customers with exquisite food and a background view of the six peaks of Squaw Valley.
  • Ristorante Montagna

    Ristorante Montagna

    400 Squaw Creek Rd
    The Resort at Squaw Creek offers a wide range of dining in Lake Tahoe. The resort's Ristorante Montagna is a superior California wine restaurant that presents a comfortable gathering place with great views of the Squaw Valley.
  • Fireside Pizza

    1995 Squaw Valley Rd
    Best Family Dining Experience in Squaw Valley
  • PlumpJack Cafe

    PlumpJack Cafe

    1920 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Auld Dubliner Irish Pub

    Auld Dubliner Irish Pub

    1995 Squaw Valley Rd Ste 41
  • Graham's at Squaw Valley

    1650 Squaw Valley Rd
    Graham's at Squaw Valley and Chambers Landing features unique mediterranean cuisine and an extensive wine list to make your Tahoe visit an outstanding experience. Cristy Lodge offers six charming rooms close to the ski slopes.
  • Mamasake

    Mamasake

    1850 Vlg South Rd
  • La Petite Creperie

    1960 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Twenty Two Bistro

    1995 Squaw Valley Rd # 11
  • Sandy's Pub

    400 Squaw Creek Rd
  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    1985 Squaw Valley Rd Ste 21
    Since 1971, Starbucks Coffee Company has been committed to ethically sourcing and roasting the highest quality arabica coffee in the world. Today, with stores around the globe, the company is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world.
  • Uncorked at Squaw Valley

    Uncorked at Squaw Valley

    1750 Vlg Rd East
    Uncorked at Squaw Valley showcases a large selection of limited production wines from around the world. Tastings and by the glass wines change daily. Weekend winemaker events feature talented winemakers, allowing you to meet the vintners and gain insights into their unique wines. Every Friday from 4pm -7pm. Check out calendar of events. http://www.uncorkedatsquaw.com/calendar/index.php Hang out in the sun on the patio, pick up a bottle to go, or enjoy our amazing handcrafted bar. Uncorked is located in The Village at Squaw Valley.
  • Blue Onion Cafe

    1960 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Alexander's

    1960 Squaw Valley Road
  • Soupa

    Soupa

    1850 Vlg Rd East
  • Capital Tea Garden

    1449 Sandy Way
  • Cornice Cantina Mexican Grill

    1725 Squaw Valley Lp
  • Roosevelt Park

    1960 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Treats

    2600 Alpine Meadows Rd
  • Micke Grove Golf Course

    400 Squaw Creek Rd
  • La Petite Creperie

    1602 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Sierra Golf Course

    1920 Squaw Valley Rd
  • Mallard Lake Golf Course

    400 Squaw Creek Rd
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Olympic Valley uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.