Hit the slopes and watch the San Francisco 49ers battle the Ravens in the Super Bowl XLVII all in the same day at one of the biggest viewing parties in the Sierras hosted by Squaw Valley on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. Catch the epic event at the base of KT-22 chair at the KT Base Bar.

Bring your jersey and skis to the on-mountain party that will benefit the local non-profit founded by Roy Tuscany called High Fives Foundation, which helps raise money and awareness for skiers and snowboarders who have suffered life-altering injuries while pursuing their dreams in the winter sports community.

Squaw will show the big game on the largest television in the Sierras, a huge, 16-foot by 21-foot, 49-panel “Diamond Vision” screen at the KT Base Bar. Here there will be several festivities, such as giveaways and promotions throughout the day, both before and after the game.

“We couldn’t pass up this opportunity to celebrate, in the biggest way possible, the success of a football team that our customers are wild about,” said Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. “We can’t imagine a better way to spend a day than skiing and riding Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, then celebrating the 49ers in the Super Bowl, as a benefit for High Fives Foundation.”

For more information about Squaw Valley, call (800) 403-0206, and for more information on High Fives Non-Profit Foundation, click here.