Your Guide to the Audi Ski World Cup at Squaw Valley

Your Guide to the Audi Ski World Cup at Squaw Valley

AUDI FIS SKI WORLD CUP AT SQUAW VALLEY | MARCH 9-12, 2017

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is hosting the Audi FIS World Cup on March 9-12. The 2017 World Cup competition marks the return of ski racing to Lake Tahoe for the first time in 19 years. Here is a brief guide to making the most of this eventful weekend in Reno Tahoe.

Where to Watch

world cup finish arena map

World Cup Finish Arena Map

Limited, free standing room viewing will be available near the finish area, as well as skier spectator viewing to the right of Red Dog Face. The event will also be available via live stream at dining locations in The Village at Squaw Valley.

Where to Stay

There is no shortage of ski resorts in the region which attract all variety of snow enthusiasts during ski season. Getting to Squaw Valley from Reno is made easy with the 45 minute drive from downtown. Click here to view a list of hotels to suit any budget.

Dining & Other Activities

If you’re in town for the entire weekend and plan to attend the event for only one day, or have extra time on your hands before or after the races, enjoy some aprés-ski spots Reno Tahoe style. Check out the Local Aprés-Ski Spots in Reno Tahoe blog for some tasty ideas. If you’re in need of more mouthwatering options, find something delicious on our dining blog, from favorite local breweries to trendy downtown and MidTown options. Enjoy the beautiful Truckee River with a stroll along the Riverwalk District, or get a taste of the region’s arts and culture scene at one of the many museums, art galleries, or unique outdoor art installations.

Events Schedule

Thursday, March 9

Time Event Venue
4:15 pm Community Kickoff Parade The Village at Squaw Valley
4:40 pm David Garibaldi performanace KT Base Bar Main Stage
5:15 pm Free Dustbowl Revival Concert KT Base Bar Main Stage
6:30 pm Welcome Party Village Events Plaza

Friday, March 10

Time Event Venue
7:40 – 9 a.m. First Tracks for Club & VIP ticket holders Meet at Aerial Tram at 7:40 a.m.
8 a.m. Vendor Village open The Village at Squaw Valley
9:40 a.m. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Team Flag Ceremony & National Anthem World Cup Finish Venue
10 a.m. 1st Run Ladies Slalom Red Dog
1 p.m. 2nd Run Ladies Slalom Red Dog
1:45 p.m. Official FIS Award Ceremony – Ladies Slalom World Cup Finish Venue
2:45 p.m. HoneyHoney concert KT Base Bar Main Stage

Saturday, March 11

Time Event Venue
7:40 – 9 a.m. First Tracks for Club & VIP ticket holders Meet at Aerial Tram at 7:40 a.m.
8 a.m. Vendor Village open The Village at Squaw Valley
9:40 a.m. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Team Flag Ceremony & National Anthem World Cup Finish Venue
10 a.m. 1st Run Ladies Slalom Red Dog
1 p.m. 2nd Run Ladies Slalom Red Dog
1:45 p.m. Official FIS Award Ceremony – Ladies Slalom World Cup Finish Venue
2:45 p.m. HoneyHoney concert KT Base Bar Main Stage

Sunday, March 12

Time Event Venue
9 a.m. Vendor Village open The Village at Squaw Valley
10 a.m. ProAm Race Red Dog
2:30 p.m. ProAm Awards KT Base Bar Main Stage

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