ActivitiesIf you have not included the activity package when you registered for the Summit, you may choose to prepay for the activities for yourself and/or your friends/family by signing up online, or pay for individual activities on-site:
Thursday, August 21
2:00 PM Golf at the Resort at Squaw Creek
Surrounded by six majestic Sierra peaks, Resort at Squaw Creek's 18-hole championship golf course sits serenely at the base of Squaw Valley.
This magnificent, links-style course is the culmination of 10 years of extensive planning and careful handling of the environment. Renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed the course to preserve the unique beauty, natural wetlands and wildlife habitat of Squaw Valley. The spectacular result is a natural golf course that blends with its beautiful mountain surroundings.
Players will revel in the challenge and pristine beauty of this exceptional course - it just doesn't get better than this!
2:00 PM Rafting/Tubing on the Truckee River
The Truckee River Rafting trip floats you through tranquil stretches of scenic meadows, mountains and small rapids. This rafting experience will be a fun adventure and a great memory for years to come.
2:00 PM Horseback Riding
Lake Tahoe horseback trail rides wind through green woodsy areas and the pretty places that you want to check out in Lake Tahoe. Lake Tahoe horseback riding is perfect in the summertime.
2:00 PM Yoga
Move your body, warm your heart and meet yourself. You will enjoy attending yoga class that allows to become more centered and take in the tranquility of Olympic Valley. Your instructor is a true yogi and will show you the path to ckarity. Namaste.
2:00 PM Cable car to high camp for swimming (heated), cocktails and roller skating
Take a cabin ride 2.4 miles up the mountain while enjoying a top view of the Lake. At the midway point of the ride is The Deck - a 14,000 square foot mid-station observation platform which is located at 9,123 feet.
This ride features views of the Carson Valley, Desolation Wilderness and shore-to-shore views of Lake Tahoe.
Friday, August 22
2:00 PM Golf at Coyote Moon Golf Course, Truckee, CA
Coyote Moon Golf Course is one of the finest mountain golf experiences in the country. Sitting on 250 acres of secluded rolling hills, towering pines, enormous granite outcroppings, wildflowers, and the beautiful Trout Creek, the vistas and fresh mountain air equals near perfection.
Designed by Brad Bell, former PGA Tour player, Coyote Moon is nationally ranked year after year as one of the top courses in the Western United States. In 2012 Golf Week ranked Coyote Moon the 16th Best Public Course in California. Additionally, the April 2011 edition of Golf Odyssey: Insider's Guide to the Best in Golf awarded Coyote Moon the highest rating of all courses in the Tahoe region. This course is sure to deliver an unforgettable experience on one of the country's true hidden jewels.
2:00 PM North Shore Kayak Tour
Experience the scenic and beautiful Lake Tahoe shoreline from the unique perspective of a kayak. Paddle along a section of developed waterfront and picturesque beaches. You will get a special glimpse of some of Tahoe’s most beautiful waterfront homes while enjoying the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe. We may also explore the granite boulder fields of Crystal Bay.
Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
2:00 PM Truckee River Bike Ride
This ride is a leisurely trip along the beautiful Truckee River and along the shores of Lake Tahoe. Departing from Squaw Valley, we will ride along the Truckee River to Lake Tahoe. We will cover the unique history of this important river. We will also cover other natural and human history topics. Distance: 8-18 miles. Level of Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
2:00 PM ATV Tour
Experience the rugged beauty and the delicate eco-system of the high desert in the Pine Nut Mountains. If you think the desert is flat, you'll be surprised. Ride through the winding washes, up steep hills, and down rugged canyons while enjoying the majestic views of this remote and beautiful landscape. If you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the wild mustangs that roam free across Nevada.