Men's World Cup at Palisades Tahoe
Palisades Tahoe will be hosting the Audi FIS World Cup in February 2023. Hurry! This event is expected to sell out quickly, so purchase your tickets here.
Called the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, this event will take place on February 24th through the 26th.
February 25, 2023
February 26, 2023
Ticket holders will also enjoy live concerts, fireworks and parades, among other events.
Palisades Tahoe/Squaw Valley
Home to the Winter Olympics of 1960, Palisades Tahoe, formerly Squaw Valley, is one of only four U.S. resorts chosen for the World Cup circuit this season. The men’s slalom and giant slalom events will take place on Dog Leg and Red Dog face.
Olympic champions will compete on the famed Red Dog run, which was also the venue for the 1969 World Cup. In 2017, the Dog Leg and Red Dog face were also used for the women’s slalom and giant slalom World Cup races.
Mikaela Shiffrin won both events and later described the venue as “one of, if not the toughest,” courses on the women’s World Cup circuit.
Fans can expect to see Jett Seymour, Bridger Gile, Ben Ritchie, Luke Winters and River Radamus. To learn more about participants of the U.S. Ski Team who will be competing click here.
The ski resorts at Lake Tahoe have received more than 360 inches of snow this season, with more snow on the way. The Dog Leg and Red Dog face just opened their new ski lift, increasing capacity from three to six chairs. It is also a faster, five-minute ride.
When Palisades Tahoe was known as Squaw Valley, it became famous for producing many Olympians and World Cup champions. In fact, the U.S. Alpine Ski Team boast 7 Team Palisades Tahoe athletes.
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