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The Village at Squaw Valley 
1901 Chamonix Place
Olympic Valley, CA 96146

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My1FitLife Team 
My1FitLife/One Fit Widow 

Preliminary Schedule: 

  • 8/2 THURSDAY 4:30pm - 8:00pm : Registration, Coaches Welcome and Scavenger Hunt  
  • 8/3 FRIDAY 8:00am - 2:00 pm : Adventure Activity Off Property (One Option per Attendee included in registration. PICK ONE ADVENTURE: Whitewater Rafting OR Tree Top Adventure)
  • 8/3 FRIDAY 2:00pm - 6:30pm Free time (dinner on own)
  • 8/3 FRIDAY 6:30pm - 8:30pm Speaker 
  • 8/4 SATURDAY 7:30am - 2:00pm : Hike Trail (Trail Head TBD). Beginners/Intermediate/Advanced hikers welcome. 
  • 8/4 SATURDAY 2:00pm - 5:30pm Free Time 
  • 8/4 SATURDAY 5:30pm - 8:00pm Coaches Talk and Dinner (Provided by My1Fitlife - included in Registration)
  • 8/4 SATURDAY 8:00pm - 10:00pm Fire Pit (Depending on Weather)
  • 8/5 SUNDAY 9:00am - 10:30 Coaches Farewell Talk
  • Travel Safe and Live fit with the WHOLE FAMILY!!

(Schedule subject to change)

Lodging Information: 

The Village at Squaw Valley Resort


For Reservations Please Call: The Village at Squaw Valley at (888)767-1907 and mention you are with the MY1FITLIFE Adventure Weekend.

One Bedroom Suite with Village View:

  • 8/1 Wednesday - $159
  • 8/2 Thursday  - $159 
  • 8/3 Friday  - $239
  • 8/4 Saturday - $239
  • 8/4 Sunday - $239 

Two Bedroom Suite with Village View: 

  • 8/1 Wednesday $239
  • 8/2 Thursday - $239
  • 8/3 Friday - $309
  • 8/4 Saturday - $309

Three Bedroom Suite

  • 8/1 Wednesday - $359
  • 8/2 Thursday - $359
  • 8/3 Friday - $489
  • 8/4 Saturday - $489

The above room rates are per suite, per night and do not include 10% occupancy tax, a 2% village assessment fee, and the nightly $25 Resort Charge. The daily Resort Charge includes: High speed internet wireless internet in room, towels in spa area, local and toll free calls, 24 hour front desk, guest computer with printer, board and Xbox games to borrow at front desk, in room coffee and tea, multiple WIFI hotspots throughout the resort and newspapers available M-F. Other amenities that are not included in the Resort Charge, but are fee of charge for resort guests are: heated underground parking, 8 hot tubs, 4 saunas, 3 fitness rooms, media room with HD TV's, Pool tables, and children's room.  

Registration Details


  • $399 Adults Registration Price
  • $125 Kids Registration Price 

Registration fee includes*: Event Access to My1FitLife Coaches, Seminars and Conference Sessions, Guest Speaker Session, 1 Adventure activity, & My1FitLife Swag, Saturday Dinner

*Registration Fee DOES NOT include Hotel Room,  Meals (other than Saturday Night Dinner), or Travel Expenses.

*Please ensure you receive your Registration Confirmation Email BEFORE you book air fare.

**Prices subject to change based on availability and time of booking.

***Registrations are NON-REFUNDABLE! In the event you are unable to attend we are happy to transfer your registration for a $50 Transfer Fee

Agenda Details

You will receive a detailed agenda approximately 2 weeks prior to the event. 

Event to Include: Sessions with My1FitLife Coaches, Special Motivational Guest Speaker, Challenging (1) Adventure Activity (Either Whitewater Rafting OR Treetop Adventure) & Team Building Activities, Saturday Night Dinner, and My1FitLife Swag. 



Transportation on own and NOT included in Registration Fee. 

Airport and Driving Directions

Traveling by Plane

The closest airport to Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows is Reno-Tahoe International (RNO), just an hours drive or shuttle ride away. You can also fly into Sacramento (2 hour drive) or San Fransisco (3 hour drive). The following taxis and shuttles provide ground transport from Reno:

Traveling by Car 
  • Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows and the Tahoe area are easily accessed by car on major highways
  • Get driving directions from Google Maps
  • For current road conditions and traffic information check Caltrans
Uber in Tahoe

Whether you’re headed to North Lake, Tahoe City, Truckee, or Tahoe City, you can now count on uberX for a safe, convenient, affordable ride around Lake Tahoe.

  • Squaw Valley to Truckee with uberX is $32
  • Alpine Meadows to Tahoe City with uberX is $29




My1FitLife Adventure Weekend Squaw Valley Tahoe "Family Friendly" Event 

We are EXCITED for you to join us at Squaw Valley in Tahoe CA for our first ever My1FitLife Adventure Weekend.....Family Friendly Event!! This will be like all our other events with great talks, amazing adventures, and plenty of "Testing your Limits", but you can also bring your family as well! Bring the kids and lets have fun! Minimum age for kids attending event is 5 years old. Minimum age for High Ropes Course is 5 years old. Minimum Age for Whitewater Rafting and Lake Kayaking is 7 years old. We will also have a separate break out sessions for both adults and kids. 

Registration Fee: 

Adults $399.00 (18 years old and up)

Child $125.00 (5 years old - 17 years old)

Registration Fee Includes: Access to ALL My1FitLife Coaches & Guest Speakers Talks/Seminars/Breakout sessions, 1 Adventure Activity on Friday (either whitewater rafting OR high ropes course), Saturday guided Hike, Saturday Dinner, My1FItLife "Swag"


Aerial Adventure Parks are the equivalent of an aerial trek through the forest.  Each course starts with an initial tree platform accessed by a vertical climb, inclined ramp, or zip line.  Participants will navigate rope swings, wobbly bridges, swinging logs, tightropes, cargo nets, horizontal climbing walls, and more as they progress through a variety of bridges/events to consecutive tree platforms.  Occasionally, instead of a bridge/event will be a zip line to the next tree platform.  Most courses consist of approximately 7 to 12 tree platforms and events between them with an Adventure Park consisting of 5 to 10 courses, totaling 70+ tree platforms.  It’s a fun and thrilling experience right in the midst of nature.  We have courses to accommodate all levels of athleticism, from easy to quite challenging.  After 2.5 hours of action, participants return tired, hungry, perhaps dusty and sweaty, and grinning from ear to ear.  The experience is not a ride; it is interactive.  You will be engaged and participating for 2+ hours. The minimum age is 5 years old for the Flying Squirrel Courses. While there is no minimum age for the Monkey Courses, participants must be 4'8" (56 inches) tall in order to participate on the 5 courses in this "zone".  No exceptions 


These fun 1/2 day Truckee River rafting trips are the closest white water rafting to most locations in Lake Tahoe and Reno. The Boca to Floriston trip is an exciting guided Class 2-3 adventure usually available all summer. This section of the Truckee River heads east from Truckee towards Reno. The river travels from the higher elevation pine forests and flows into the High Sierra desert, with cottonwoods lining the banks. Do not confuse these Truckee River rafting trips with the self-guided float out of Tahoe City. Several reservoirs and lakes (Boca, Donner and Stampede) supply the summer water on these sections of river, not just Lake Tahoe. The Boca rafting trip is often available when the raft rentals are closed (due to high or low water). Be sure to call us if in doubt, as unfortunately some seasonal hotel workers are not always so well informed. 

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Rating: Class 2-3+
Minimum Age: 7 yrs (9-10 when water levels higher)
Length: 7 miles, day
Season: May-September 
Elevation: 5528 Ft


This hike is full of highlights - a big waterfall in the first half mile, tons of side streams and big boulders to explore, Shirley Lake, and finally the resort complex of High Camp. You can make this a one-way hike by taking the tram (free in the down direction!). Features: Lake — River/Creek — Waterfall. Dogs: Leashed. You can make this hike half as long - and much easier on the knees - by taking the tram down. It's free if you get yourself to the top! Description: From the end of Squaw Village, follow Squaw Peak Road to it's very end, passing some nondescript ski-area mechanics to the well-signed trailhead. The trail starts here and is quite beautiful right off the bat. Follow blue paint marks on rocks and enjoy the creek, which you'll come quite close to several times before getting to your first waterfall at .3 miles. Pass another nice waterfall at .8 miles. Many people turn around here, but the trail remains nice all the way to the tram (which you can take down for free!), so pressing on... pass a very steep section up rock slabs and emerge into more open country. The views open up and the flowers here can great in the right season. Enjoy Shirley Lake and then follow a short stretch of more singletrack up to High Camp. 

Squaw Valley Aerial Tram

Climb over 2,000 feet on the Aerial Tram with 360 views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra

Skiers, riders, and sightseers alike will love the panoramic 10 minute ride that climbs 2,000 vertical feet and soars above a snowy mountainscape of granite rock and the iconic Tram Face. And that's just the beginning. Once you reach your destination at High Camp, located at 8,200', breathe in the fresh mountain air and immerse yourself in the High Sierra. 

High Camp Pool and Hot Tub


Squaw Valley's pool & hot tub is one of the most breathtaking places in the world to relax. Located at High Camp, el. 8,200', take a scenic Aerial Tram ride to the swimming pool & hot tub that is surrounded by the beauty of the Sierra Nevada with views of Lake Tahoe and Squaw Valley's legendary granite peaks.