The Top Reasons to Visit the Squaw Valley Ski Resort

For an excellent vacation time as well as a chance to have memories with loved ones that will forever be cherished, one vacation spot to choose in particular is the vacation spot that is located in Northern California, a location with both views as well as beautiful nature and delicious food that are just waiting to be tried. A specific resort to try is the Squaw Valley Ski Resort, a resort that is not only known for the excellent service, but a resort that will take ones breath away when waking up with a fantastic view of the Sierra Nevada. The Squaw Valley Ski Resort is a guaranteed satisfaction and a must try.


The Squaw Valley Ski Resort is a historical resort that holds over 70 years of history as it once belonged to the Cushing family, a prominent family in Northern California. In order to make a profit off of the resort and to renovate the resort to become what it is in current day, the most recent member of the Cushing Family found a new CEO and President of the ski resort that has not only extensive experience as a resort manager, but also has a passion to maintain the beautiful features and qualities of every resort. This individual is Andy Wirth, a prominent businessman as well as a prominent naturist.


Andy Wirth has had the rare talent of known exactly what he wanted to do even from a young age. Andy Wirth knew that he wanted to pursue business while basking in the beauty of nature. As a result, Andy Wirth worked hard to become a prominent individual within the mountain resort industry with the responsibility to help others not only enjoy experience, but to walk a way with an appreciation for nature and preserving the beautiful and historic scenes.


In recent news, despite any issue with the Squaw Valley Ski Resort’s water, Andy Wirth has released a statement in explanation. Andy Wirth states that the water continues to be treated and is showing much improvement. As a result of this discovery, the restaurant that is nearby the water supply on the upper portion of the river is closed and skiers are prohibited from drinking water there. Andy Wirth wants to make sure that his customers receive the best treatment and that only the best and most purified water is consumed during their visit to the place of paradise.

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Squaw Valley Expansion Moves Forward Amid Appeals for Solving Transportation Problems

Finally, the Placer County Development Commission has approved plans for the Squaw Valley Resort to initiate further growth. The new development will include development of additional tourist housing giving employment opportunities to the local community.

Regarding the development of project, it is interesting to highlight that Squaw Valley project was embroiled in a legal battle between the CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings and a private group. However, Andy was able to win the battle to preserve the land for additional development that will likely benefit locals. In the coming days, the project is likely to be approved by the County Board of Supervisors, as well.

Still, it does not mean that worries of Andy Wirth are over. Experts view further development of the area leading to traffic congestion and environmental hazards.

Already, the area is crowded with traffic, particularly in the peak season when traffic jams from thousands of tourists are common. Without another feasible transportation project, it is likely that the development of the resort or other adjacent areas will only prove unsustainable in the long-run.

Despite such concerns, Andy looked confidence in resolving the issue as he claimed that building transportation projects in the area is his top priority. He insisted that the development of Squaw Valley resort was put on hold due to legal battle and it has nothing to do with his company that is already proposing transportation projects for the area. In a recent meetup with concerned parties, Andy Wirth insisted that he is ready to put a large-scale mass transit proposal in front of the voters as early as this fall.

From the community’s perspective, the mass transportation setup is not restricted to Squaw Valley Resort or the Olympic Valley. Instead, it will help ease traffic congestion in the entire Lake Tahoe area. In fact, the new transportation proposal will help strengthen the existing links between different resort communities along North shores.

Jesse Patterson, deputy director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe, who is one of those holding meeting with Andy claims that he also sees traffic congestion as the major hurdle to the development of further projects. Therefore, he hopes that Andy’s proposal will not be restricted to just the paper. Read more: Andy Wirth | Powder Magazine

As for Andy Wirth, the new development will definitely be a major challenge as he will also need to appease the local public who are aware that Andy Wirth has the financial backing and the power to make their dream a reality.