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WE WANT TO SHARE OUR LOVE FOR THE MOUNTAINS FOREVER

SO WE DECIDED TO TAKE A LOOK IN THE MIRROR

And we were reminded that our commitment to giving back is made possible by our guests. Without their support, our vision for the future of Squaw Alpine would not be possible. We realized that as a resort, it's our business to welcome people who share our love for the air, water, trees, and snow that make Squaw Alpine unique. As a community, it's our duty to preserve this place for generations to come. As leaders, it's our responsibility to question everything we do, to never settle for "the way it is," and to spread the word to empower our guests and our industry.

AND ASKED OURSELVES SOME QUESTIONS

ENVIRONMENT

CAN PROTECTING
OUR MOUNTAINS Inspire Others to Do the Same?

COMMUNITY

CAN WE BUILD
A COMMUNITY FOR TOMORROW?

LEADERSHIP

CAN WE LEAD
THE INDUSTRY TO A PLACE WE BELIEVE IN?

HERE'S WHERE THE JOURNEY HAS ALREADY TAKEN US

WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS

8,372
Vehicle Miles Eliminated with Employee Ride OnProgram
Emissions from 2017 Alpine World Cup to be
100%
offset by on-site solar project

Environment

$40,000
Annually Toward Clear Lakes & Streams

Thanks to the generosity of our guests, Green Bucks have helped restore the first four miles of the Truckee River and remove invasive aquatic weeds from Lake Tahoe.

Green Bucks
14,000+
Retired staff jackets donated to developing countries
8,000
at-risk youth learned to ski and ride for free

Community

$120,000
Annually Toward regional schools & Literacy

And Creekside Charter, a free public school, operates at the base of Squaw Valley for $1 a year.

Creekside Charter School
1,021
Free rides in Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows with Chariot
$125,000
Annually to Regional Transit
7,200
Cars off the road annually with pow parking, equal to
1,900
round trips from San Francisco

Leadership

87,600
plastic bottles removed from our waste stream annually

We're the first resort in North America to ban the sale of single-use water bottles. We won't be the last.

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