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Resort at Squaw Creek, Olympic Valley, CA • August 11–13, 2021

Activities

18 Holes of Golf

$100

12:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Surrounded by six majestic Sierra peaks, the Links at Squaw Creek is a championship Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course in Lake Tahoe at the base of Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows. The course is the culmination of ten years of extensive planning and careful handling of the environment, designed to preserve the unique beauty, natural wetlands, and wildlife habitat of Squaw Valley. The spectacular result is a natural Lake Tahoe golf course that blends in with its beautiful mountain surroundings. (Note: Limited spaces are available. Club rental is an additional $45 fee.)

Recommended attire: Golf sportswear

Bike Tour: Truckee River Bike Path

$105

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

A leisurely tour along the beautiful Truckee River between Squaw Valley and Sugar Pine Point State Park, we ride along the historic bike path of Lake Tahoe’s only outlet river. We will cover the river’s unique history with an expert guide. This 8 to 12-mile tour includes a comfort bike, helmet, snacks and water.

Recommended attire: Comfortable sportswear and closed-toed shoes

Fly Fishing: Catch
n’ Cast

$195

12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

This popular fly fishing class, offers the best of both worlds, casting instruction and fishing. Class begins with a one-hour casting lesson, which leads into an hour of guided fishing on the private ponds at Resort at Squaw Creek. Nationally recognized as one of the top fly fishing schools in the country, Matt Heron Fly Fishing School believes the best way to learn fly fishing is to experience it in a fun, exciting, hands on environment with a professional instructor. All fishing gear (rods, reels, flies, etc) will be provided.

Recommended attire: Casual layered clothing (avoid white shirts/jackets) and comfortable shoes (no flip flops) that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty/wet. Hat, sunglasses, and sunblock recommended.

Hiking: Shirley Canyon

$75

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Experience the beauty of Tahoe’s high country that can only be accessed on foot. This moderate hike for intermediate to advanced hikers will offer amazing vistas of Lake Tahoe and views into surrounding wilderness. Hike past waterfalls and streams to one of the area’s many granite-surrounded alpine lakes. As we near Shirley Lake we will have a chance to create our own path as we hike up the vast granite slab. After some time at the lake, we will continue back down Shirley Canyon to enjoy a different perspective and views of the valley below.

Recommended attire: Comfortable hiking clothes, closed-toed shoes, hat, and sunscreen

Kayaking: North
Shore Tour

$95

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Kayak from a beachfront location in Tahoe Vista with incredible views of the High Sierra. After an introductory lesson on shore, head out on the water for a guided paddle experience and  learn about ecology, geology, and other natural and human history topics along the way. Depending on lake conditions, your route may follow the coast of King’s Beach, among the boulders of Crystal Bay, or the coastline toward Carnelian Bay—all with amazing and diverse views. Guided tour includes kayak, paddle, life jacket, and instruction.

Recommended attire: Bathing suit, quick dry shorts, sunglasses, and sunscreen

Lake Tahoe Sailing Trip

$145

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Enjoy the largest alpine lake in North America as we embark on our three-hour cruise on a 50-foot sailboat.  Lake Tahoe offers a unique sailing area with a consistent afternoon breeze that creates a fantastic environment for your journey aboard the “Tahoe Cruz.” Your trip includes beer, wine, Prosecco, and light appetizers.

Recommended attire: Casual layered clothing (bring a warm layer in case the wind really picks up), sturdy shoes, sunglasses, and sunscreen

Mountain Bike Tour: North Tahoe Single Track

$125

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Several loop options exist on this mountain bike adventure over rolling terrain. This trip is for new riders who are looking for a challenge as well as those with some experience who are seeking a fast-paced mountain bike ride in a fantastic setting. Enjoy a variety of riding conditions on both single-track trails and dirt roads. The climbs are short and moderately graded and the downhills are fast and smooth. Tour includes front suspension mountain bike, helmet, guide, instruction, snacks, and bottled water. The option to upgrade to a full suspension bike is available for an additional $55. (Note: Easy to moderate activity. Biking experience or the desire to learn is recommended.)

Recommended attire: Comfortable sportswear and closed-toed shoes

Tahoe Via Ferrata

$120

1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Led by HD Summit keynoter Adrian Ballinger’s Alpenglow team, explore the previously inaccessible terrain of Tram Face, high above Olympic Valley’s floor. With an experienced guide, climb the granite walls and cross the suspended bridges of Tram Face using the via ferrata, literally Italian for iron path. The rock face is equipped with ladder rungs and steel steps to allow climbers to move safely through complex and challenging terrain. The routes will allow even those with no climbing experience to scale the iconic Tram face, exploring high alpine ascents and beautiful vistas. You will be outfitted with a harness and lanyard, secured to a cable that runs the entire length of the route. The Tahoe Via Ferrata is appropriate for all skill levels with a general level of fitness and the ability to hike for one hour.

Recommended attire: Comfortable hiking clothes, closed-toe, lace-up shoes, sunscreen, and sunglasses

Treetop Adventure

$90

1:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Aerial Adventure Parks are the equivalent of an aerial trek through the forest. Each course starts with an initial tree platform accessed by a vertical climb, inclined ramp, or zip line. Navigate rope swings, wobbly bridges, swinging logs, tightropes, cargo nets, horizontal climbing walls, and more as you progress through a variety of bridges/events to consecutive tree platforms. Occasionally, instead of a bridge/event, a zip line transports you to the next tree platform. The Park consist of five to 10 courses, each comprised of seven to 12 tree platforms and experiences between them. Courses accommodate all levels of athleticism, and you will be engaged and participating for 2+ hours.

Recommended attire: Casual sportswear, comfortable shoes, and sunglasses

Truckee River Float

$85

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Wend your way from Tahoe City along a peaceful stretch of the Truckee River toward your endpoint at River Ranch. Enjoy a self-guided, self-paced experience in commercial grade river rafts (from 2- to 8-person rafts) as you float through tranquil meadows, between mountains, and into small rapids. Your journey begins at three- to four-foot river depths, and you will encounter a few ponds up to 20-feet deep along the way. (But no waterfalls!) You’ll take on five sets of rapids with the final set (just before River Ranch) as the most challenging. We supply life vests, and the float takes approximately two to three hours, depending on your pace and river level/flow. (Note: You may bring your own soft-sided cooler with snacks and drinks. Alcohol is permitted, but no glass.)

Recommended attire: Bathing suit, quick dry shorts or cover-up, sun shirt, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Footwear is mandatory; sandals with secure straps or water shoes are best—flip flops work, too

Workshop: You Can’t Lie to Me

$55

2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

Learn how to think like a CIA and FBI Operative—and apply those critical lessons to business and life. HD Summit keynoter Janine Driver takes us deeper into body language, communication, and more in this 90-minute workshop guaranteed to change how you look at the world. Learn how to decipher nonverbal language clearly and accurately, without giving anyone a clue about what you’re doing: identify chronic liars and manipulators; hear vocal variances that matter to truth-telling; and change the way you look at job applicants, coworkers, family, and friends. Learn and master fascinating tricks and techniques used by the world’s top investigators. Ultimately, understand communication secrets that lead to a happier, more productive, more passionate life.

Recommended attire: Resort casual