Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows' rich competitive heritage spans decades and includes athletes who have gone on to compete in national, World Cup, and Olympic events. Alumni include Marco Sullivan, Tamara McKinney, Jonny Moseley, Travis Ganong and Julia Mancuso - just to name a few.  Our competitive ski, snowboard, telemark team programs are designed to offer all ages a team environment to learn gate-bashing, freestyle, and skills for staying safe and having fun on snow. With the Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Ski Team Foundation providing support, the legacy remains strong.

Please use tabs above to access individual team information

Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Ski Team receives highest recognition from U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association

The resort's Ski Team is one of only nine clubs in the United States, and the only club in California, to receive Gold Certification from the national governing body of skiing and snowboarding.

Read more

 
14-15 Calendar is HERE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Chairlift Safety Presented by Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows

Mezzanine

 

This season all athletes ages nine and under will be supervised at lunch by their coach. Given the growth of the team and  the space restrictions the entire Mezzanine will be needed for athletes and coaches only from 11:00am-1:00pm. If you have made plans to have lunch with your athlete please let the coach know so you can take them down to main lodge or onto the Sundeck. We appreciate your understanding.


Contacts

Todd Kelly - Program Director
office: 530-452-4182
 
Mike Ginsberg - Alpine Teams Manager
 
Syd Earley - Team Administrator
office: 530-581-8249
 
 
 
 
 

















   
 
            

 
CHAIRLIFT RIDING PRACTICES
Skiing and snowboarding are sports that people of all ages can enjoy. In order to participate, skiers and riders, including children, commonly ride chairlifts to access the slopes. Sometimes children ride chairlifts
with adults, instructors and coaches. In certain circumstances, children may ride lifts without adults, instructors or coaches. Furthermore, while there may be restraining bars on chairlifts, lowering the bars does not guarantee the safety of the passengers.

“Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.” 
 
We train our lift operators and instructors, as necessary to verbally remind children to
SIT BACK, HOLD ON, LOOK FORWARD, and DON’T FOOL AROUND.
We encourage parents to re-enforce this message with their children.
 
“Please be advised that your child may be riding lifts alone, with other children, or with adults while enrolled in group lessons, private lessons, or Teams. Please advise a Supervisor or Head Coach if you do not wish for your child to ride a chair lift.”


Equipment Exchange

Updates