In Squaw’s latest press release it stated that it will be “formally established trail names for the first time in the resort’s 62-year history”. I am sure they are open to ideas so lets hear them!
Tell us which run you would like to name, what you would name it and why. Top pick by unofficial staff will receive this new Unofficial T.
New Trail Names & Mountain Map
This winter, Squaw Valley’s ski runs will have formally established trail names for the first time in the resort’s 62-year history, making the mountain more accessible than ever before. Squaw Valley is working with artist Gary Milliken to generate new trail map artwork. In addition to the artwork, Squaw Valley is simultaneously naming and assigning degree of difficulty levels to the never-before-named ski runs at the Lake Tahoe resort. Choosing from hundreds of unofficial trail names used by ski patrol, grooming teams and long-time Squaw skiers and riders, Squaw Valley has named runs from top to bottom, opting to use the most popular names of many of the ski runs.