Squaw Creek's expansive 6,200 acres make it the ideal resort for a Lake Tahoe vacation.
Those interested in history are intrigued by the resort's claim to have hosted the first televised Winter Olympics in 1960.
The majority of visitors arrive during the winter to enjoy the more than 200 ski trails and 40-plus lifts.
This magnificent Victorian castle situated on a small hill overlooking a lake is truly magnificent.
You can stroll the grounds, relax in the spa, and dine on delectable delicacies at the hotel's farm-to-table restaurant.
Built in 1869, this is a luxurious retreat for nature lovers who do not wish to endure it.
Located immediately adjacent to Snoqualmie Falls, the rushing water will undoubtedly calm your psyche.
In addition, you will be close to a number of mountains, including Tiger Mountain State Forest.
The most popular activity at the resort is hiking, but you may also take advantage of the fireplace in every room.