Resort at Squaw Creek launches photo contest, one-night stay and other prizes offered |

Resort at Squaw Creek launches photo contest, one-night stay and other prizes offered

OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. andamp;#8211; Resort at Squaw Creek is encouraging visitors and residents to take a creative spin on the theme of elements andamp;#8212; land, water, air and fire andamp;#8212; and post images shot in the Lake Tahoe region to The Real Tahoe blog at photos in each category will be eligible for monthly prize drawings June through October like dinner for two at Sandyandamp;#8217;s Pub, or a free round of golf. A grand prize of a one-night stay in a fireplace suite with breakfast for two in Six Peaks Grille will be awarded this fall.andamp;#8220;We have an abundance of photo opportunities here on property,andamp;#8221; said Heimo Brandstatter, resort manager at Resort at Squaw Creek. andamp;#8220;From the golf course to the fly fishing center to the pool to our popular outdoor fire pits, there are plenty of locations for artistic images to be taken. Add to that the surrounding Lake Tahoe area, and local ski resorts opening for the Fourth of July, and the possibilities are nearly endless.andamp;#8221; Preference will be given to images taken at Resort at Squaw Creek. There is a limit one prize per person. For complete andamp;#8220;Elementsandamp;#8221; photo contest rules, visit Four-Diamond Resort at Squaw CreekResort at Squaw Creek is a Destination Hotels andamp; Resorts-managed property. Recently recognized as one of Cond Nast Travelerandamp;#8217;s andamp;#8220;Top 50 Ski Hotelsandamp;#8221; in North America, the 405-room and suite Resort at Squaw Creek is situated at the base of Squaw Valley USA, five miles from Lake Tahoe. The property features several diverse dining options, a full-service spa, a year-round pool complex with seasonal waterslide, tennis courts, a fly fishing center, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course, and Mountain Buddies Kids Kamp for ages 4-12.andamp;#8212; Submitted to

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