Back in May, Palisades Tahoe announced that World Cup ski racing will return to the resort. Since then, our team has been hard at work preparing for the men’s slalom and giant slalom events to be held on February 25 and 26, 2023. During this event, onlookers can catch all the action live from the base area, cheer on the world’s best athletes, enjoy outdoor concerts, fireworks, sponsor activations and more.
Palisades Tahoe is no stranger to international competition. A renowned ski racing venue that has bred champions since the 1960 Winter Olympics, the resort’s legendary steeps will once again welcome back World Cup racers this winter. One of only four U.S. resorts featured on the World Cup circuit this season, Palisades Tahoe will host men’s slalom and giant slalom events on Dog Leg and Red Dog Face. The course, raced in 2017 for the women’s alpine event, is one Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin has described as “one of, if not the toughest” course venues on the women’s World Cup circuit.
Check out the course and the action from the base area, cheer on the world's best athletes, catch outdoor concerts, fireworks, sponsor activations and more, February 24–26, 2023.
So much more than a World Cup race. Live concerts, parades, fireworks. Be a part of it all this winter.
Join the Palisades Tahoe Crew and help be a part of the 2023 Audi FIS World Cup event this winter as a volunteer. They’re looking for those to help with course prep, registration, security, hospitality and so much more.