Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley

Address: 2000 Squaw Loop Road, Olympic Valley, California, 96146, United States | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 2000 Squaw Loop Road, Olympic Valley, is near Resort at Squaw Creek Golf Course, Alpine Meadows Stables, Spa at Squaw Creek, and Tahoe City - South/North Trailheads.
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    Travel Blogs from Olympic Valley

    Lots of time

    A travel blog entry by tahoepiano on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... tuning our pack lists and checking for weight vs. necessity. The weather here in Tahoe has not been conducive to riding/training in the last two weeks but as the title says: we have " lots of time". Looking forward to meeting Maureen. Dick says great things about her and on the phone she sounds both competent and ...

    Lake Tahoe

    A travel blog entry by wellyboot1 on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... and bought lunch. Not the gamblers casinos like. Driving to Lake Tahoe after Reno was a complete contrast - the glittering expanse of water and mountains being the antithesis of dusty casino-ville and a bit of a shock rounding the highway. We have now found a cheap and acceptable motel and even some PG tips, so Ben is as happy as a very British pig in ...

    Walking, Walking and Walking

    A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... time. We arrive at the next hut, Hraffntinusker, at about the same time, in around four hours. This hut is in a beautiful setting, with mountains all around, but the campsite does not look too inviting, as it is in a very exposed location. The walls of rocks other campers have built around their pitch sites also testify to how windy it can probably be up here. As it is still early in the day and there is plenty of time to get to the next campsite, we decide ...

    Immersion Walls and Learning Clubs

    A travel blog entry by okes on Jul 15, 2014

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    Day 2 of the HET Conference:

    After another peaceful morning having breakfast on the patio, we were divided into our groups and put to work! Our task was to create an immersion wall that would highlight some of our learning from the "Being There" experience. Immersion walls serve to reconnect students with their Being There experience. We chose a theme before the trip (choices were: cause ...

    We Attend Mass Then Visit Virginia City

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 11, 2013

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    ... now Reno. It fell out of favor and became a public roadway when the Virginia and Truckee Railroad was completed. The road we now travel was realigned in 1936 as part of the New Deal.

    After a very steep, windy and very scenic drive up the side of a tall mountain we reach the 6900 foot Geiger Summit. A few miles down the road is our destination, Virginia City a town of 850 souls....... but at one time 15,000 people lived there.

    Today Virginia City is a tourist gold ...