Looking for some fun events to attend in the Lake Tahoe area? Look no further than Palisades Tahoe! From Friday, April 7th through Sunday, April 9th, we are hosting a range of exciting events, from live music performances to beer tastings to dance parties. With a variety of events happening both on and off the mountain, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
From March 31st to April 2nd, WinterWonderGrass returns to the valley for three days of bluegrass and beer. In addition to the ticketed festival, there are also some free shows around the mountain. We’ve compiled everything you need to know to help you travel safely and responsibly, from parking to transportation. We hope you have a great time!
We realize that traffic throughout North Lake Tahoe is a problem – especially during big winters like this one when snow conditions are amazing (and on repeat!). Although the traffic situation isn’t new, it has increased in recent years. We want to be part of the solution, and we hope that you do, too. After all, we’re more effective when we work together. It’s up to all of us – our community, our guests, and our employees – to make use of the services that are already available to help alleviate traffic congestion until longer-term solutions are implemented.
Last weekend, against all odds, the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup (a stop on the Audi FIS Ski World Cup tour) took place in Olympic Valley. It was a nail-biter as record-breaking snow pummeled the region. Like magic, there was a 36-hour break in extreme winter weather in which the race was able to occur. The break in the weather wasn’t the only thing that made this event possible, though. The real story here is the incredible work of our operations teams, who were on the hill around-the-clock slipping and clearing the racecourse until the final moments before the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup kicked off. Let’s look back at their heroic work, as well as the weekend’s events.
The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) gave the go-ahead for The Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup to host the Giant Slalom and Slalom scheduled for February 24th-26th. As with every stop on the Audi FIS Ski World Cup, each mountain must pass “snow control” ahead of the races to ensure course quality for the racers. Palisades Tahoe has received 395 inches of snowfall this season and groomers and racecourse planners have been working on the closed course since February 10th.
It’s a holiday weekend! While this is an exciting time to get away and enjoy some skiing, keep in mind that holidays can be busy at Palisades Tahoe. Here is what you need to know in order to have an enjoyable, seamless weekend. Remember to stick around this Saturday for Fireworks!
The Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, a stop on the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Tour, will be at Palisades Tahoe from February 24th to February 26th. This is also Presidents Weekend and the tail end of local Ski Skate Week, so expect this to be a busy but exciting time. To help you prepare for a weekend like this and have a seamless visit, we’ve compiled this guide for how to visit Palisades Tahoe on the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup weekend. By following the tips in this blog, you’ll have an easier time, and you’ll also make it easier on others who want to watch the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup and go skiing, too.
Between February 1st and February 28th, you’ll have the opportunity to win some seriously cool prizes. On Instagram, share how the Base to Base Gondola changes your experience riding all 6,000 acres uninterrupted at Palisades Tahoe using the hashtag #BaseToBase. One winner each week will score a GoPro HERO11, a YETI Hopper, and a Palisades Tahoe signature beanie. PLUS, weekly winners will be entered to win the Grand Prize: a 2023/24 Ikon Base Pass‼️ Originality, creativity, and helmets are strongly encouraged… Good luck and get out there!
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