2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Beautiful scenic views of squaw valley at 8,500 feet
-Crazy elevation changes that leave you guessing
-Very Quiet and never crowded
-Tee signs w/ distance for each hole
-A disc golf course like no other
Cons: -Thin air and pretty steep hiking make for a tiring round. (bring food and water)
-No signs for 'next tee'
-The gondola cost approximately 30$ to ride up to the course.
Other Thoughts: Hiking to the course is possible I did it in about 3 hours, but too exhausted to play a round. You can take the gondola down for free though. If you like to hike and shoot disc i'd say overall a beautiful, serene, amazing course.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Black diamond Disc Golf
Pros: Challenging course. Defined fairways. Very unique boulder outcroppings, Spectacular natural beauty, Well thought out design in relation to its very unique topography. Exceptional amenities at the High Camp. This is a one of a kind course that brings Disc Golf to the next level.
Cons: Natural tee pads, Cost for cable car ride or long walk to play it for free, Windy on top 3 holes, Hike between 17 & 18.
Other Thoughts: This could be the Best of the Best Course with rubber tee pads and once the trails are more broken in. This Disc Golf Course lives up to the Squaw Valley reputation of being spectacular and challenging. If you are an out of shape couch potato disc golfer, then you might want to go play the plethora of Green Dot or Blue Square (bunny hill) courses that are available, but if you are up for a challenge that will push your game to the next level, this Black Diamond course can not be beat. This course is a love it or hate it kind of course, just like the ski resort. This will be a destination Disc Golf Course and a special treat for those who are up for the challenge. No Whiners!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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