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Private Bus Trip to Squaw Valley from San Francisco

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About Private Bus Trip to Squaw Valley from San Francisco

  • Details

    We'd love to assist you in planning your private bus trip to ski or snowboard at Squaw Valley, give us a call (415) 275-6171!

    This does not include lift tickets, it is simply transportation. You can add lift tickets and lift tickets + rental packages in the next step of the purchase path.

    The bus can accommodate up to 54 guests. The minimum to reserve your bus online is 45 guests, if you'd like to reserve your bus with less than 45 guests - please give us a call! 

    Please add on the relevant lift tickets, or lift tickets & rentals packages for your guests. 

    • Lift Ticket - this is for an all-mountain lift ticket. 
    • Lift Ticket + Rental - this is for an all-mountain lift ticket and a ski or snowboard rental.

    Bus trips need to be scheduled 7 days prior to your departure date, if you'd like to schedule your trip within a 7 day window, and we will do our best to accommodate your group! 

    To reserve a weekday bus trip - please give us a call! 

    The following options are available for your group to arrange your pickup and drop-off in San Francisco: Best Buy (1717 Harrison St), Rockridge BART Station, and/or Walnut Creek BART Station.

    We are here to assist you in planning a great trip to Squaw Valley for your company, friends, family, or special event! 

  • Pick-up Instructions

    Once you purchase your private bus trip to Squaw Valley, Sourced Adventures will contact you and answer any questions you may have.

Ferret Mountain Resort Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

5 ft Base Elevation
4 ft Peak Elevation
3 ft Vertical Drop

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