Spectator Info

Whether you’re attending the Audi FIS World Cup on February 24-26 or watching from home, this is where you’ll find the latest and most up to date information on The Stifel Palisades Tahoe World Cup.

All general parking at Palisades Tahoe is first-come, first-serve and free. Follow directional signage when you arrive at either mountain. We encourage all spectators to arrive early and travel together as a group. 

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Driving by Car Tips + Carpooling

Vehicles with 3+ passengers can park in our premium lot at Palisades for free. This lot is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    • Arrive before 7:30am. Get breakfast in The Village or in the Alpine Lodge. In The Village, try out SunBowl, Starbucks, or Coffeebar. In the Alpine Lodge, stop by Treats in the breezeway or Mogrog Cafe by the Subway chairlift.

    • Carpool. Gather your friends and family. Vehicles with 3+ get premiere parking on a first come first serve basis. Plus, carpooling is just better for the environment and lessens congestion on the roads.

    • Check Parking lot status. Download the Palisades Tahoe app to see our live parking lot status. Enable push notifications and turn on location services so you get an alert when we have parking updates. Parking updates are also shared on our @palisadestahoeops Twitter. If parking fills up, please do not attempt to come to the resort.

    • Check road conditions. Find traffic incidents and webcams by using the CalTrans QuickMap app.

    • Leaving the resort. Don’t leave right at 4pm. Stick around for apres ski fun or one of our nighttime events instead. Otherwise, aim to leave by 2:30pm.

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Road Conditions

Find out the status of local highways and roads, determine if you need chains, and get other pertinent real-time information.

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Free Bus Service

Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) is a free bus service from Tahoe City, Truckee, and the North & West Shores with a direct stop in Olympic Valley.

  • Services run 6:30am - 5pm

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Free On Demand Shuttle Service

TART Connect is an on-demand and door-to-door shuttle service for Tahoe City, Truckee, and the North & West Shores providing free, app-based ride share services. Download app to get started.

  • Services run 5:30am - 6pm

TART Connect Information

Free Park & Ride

Park & ride lots in Truckee and Tahoe City with free shuttle services to Olympic Valley. This is open to both guests and Palisades Tahoe employees.

Park & Ride Schedule

On-Demand Shuttle for Guests staying in Olympic Valley & Alpine Meadows

Mountaineer is an on-demand and door-to door shuttle service that provides transportation within Olympic Valley and Alpine Meadows. Simply download the Mountaineer App, reserve your ride and await the Mountaineer pickup at your door. Riders can use the Mountaineer to get between the two valleys from 5pm-10:30pm. During the day, you can travel between our two base areas by the Base to Base Gondola or the Palisades Alpine Express.

Hours of Operation for Palisades Tahoe Cup:

  • Olympic Valley: 5am-10:30pm Fri/Sat/Sun
  • Alpine Meadows: Friday-Monday service from 7am-5pm
  • Service will also be offered between Olympic Valley and Alpine Meadows between the hours of 5-10:30pm

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Olympic Valley Hotel Shuttle Services

Fixed route service between Olympic Village Inn and Tram Circle

  • Daily 8am-5pm with no service between 12pm-1pm

Resort at Squaw Creek Shuttle

Fixed route service between Resort at Squaw Creek and Village at Palisades Tahoe

  • Monday-Friday 7am-5pm
  • Weekends: TBD

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Shopping in The Village at Palisades Tahoe

Whether you forgot an essential item or you want to browse the shops after a day on the hill, we've got a variety of shopping options in The Village at Palisades Tahoe and the Alpine Meadows base area. From ski shops to art galleries and from a toy store to a bath boutique, there's a little something for everyone. Pick up a souvenir from your trip or treat yourself to some new gear to make your next day on the mountain that much better.

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Dining & Apres Around Palisades Tahoe

After a day spent on the mountain, food and drinks taste that much better. Good thing Palisades Tahoe has an excellent selection of places to dine. Here’s your guide to coffee and breakfast burritos to kick off your day, mid-mountain places to stop for lunch or hot chocolate, and the best après-ski bars around.

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Many events will be free to watch on Outside, but with an Outside+ subscription (less than $5 per month or $29.99 annually) you will be guaranteed the opportunity to watch the most ever World Cups on U.S. soil. All eight alpine, freestyle, snowboard and freeski domestic 2022-23 FIS World Cup Events will be available to watch LIVE through Outside’s services, along with archived footage and more.


NBC platforms will also broadcast all eight domestic FIS World Cups for the 2022-23 season. NBC will present 19 hours of coverage for the domestic World Cup event’s across their multiple platforms, including live and tape-delayed coverage on NBC, CNBC and simulcasted on Peacock.