5 Travel Tips to Make The Most of Squaw Valley World Cup
The Audi FIS World Cup at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is a must see event for any local and visiting ski racing fan as well as the curious ski spectator. On March 9 – 12, 2017, the legendary ski race will return to California for the first time in 19 years at none other than the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley. With four days of races, concerts, parties, and athlete meet and greets, this historical event is not to be missed!
If you are interested in attending the World Cup, here are 5 travel tips to make the most of your experience:
- Take advantage of public transportation options for travel ease. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is encouraging guests and ski racing fans to arrive early and utilize alternative modes of transportation, including shuttles, carpool options and premium coach bus services with very convenient drop off and pick up times. Check out the most up-to-date transportation information on getting to and from the World Cup at the World Cup Transportation page.
- Support up-and-coming local female athletes. During the Community Kickoff parade on Thursday, March 9 at 4:15pm, girls from local middle and high schools will be welcoming you to the event at The Village at Squaw Valley. Be sure to get there earlier to snag a great spot from the deck of [email protected] or Le Chamois.
- Get front row at free headlining concerts. Each evening a FREE show will close out the day’s festivities, be sure to head over early to get front row access at the following shows on the main Stage at KT Deck:
- Thursday, 3/9 at 5:15pm: Dustbowl Revival
- Friday, 3/10 at 7pm: Rusted Root
- Saturday, 3/11 at 2:45pm: HoneyHoney
- Cheer on your favorite Olympian and then meet them— like North Tahoe locals Julia Mancuso and Mikaela Shriffin! On Friday, the 1st and 2nd run for Ladies Giant Slalom will take place at 10am and 1pm, followed by US Ski Team Poster Signing at the Plaza Bar Deck at 5pm. This is a rare opportunity to meet an Olympian right after watching them race, and walk away with a signed poster that’ll inspire your skiing for years to come!
- Arrive early for free standing room at the races. A standing viewing area will be available near the finish arena as well as skier spectator viewing on looker’s right of Red Dog Face. If you can’t make it in time to get up close and personal, live stream viewing will also be available at dining locations in The Village at Squaw Valley including KT Base Bar Sun Deck and [email protected]
To find out more information about the Audi FIS Ski World Cup visit squawalpine.com/worldcup.
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