World Pro Ski Tour World Championships

8 - 10 Apr
Athletes competing in the World Pro Ski Tour 2022
April 8 - 10
All Day

Taos Ski Valley will host the World Pro Ski Tour World Championships, presented by Rocket Mortgage, event April 8 - 10, 2022.

This prestigious event is the country's foremost professional alpine race tour where athletes race side-by-side in a single-elimination format. Professional skiers, World Cup athletes, and Olympians from around the world will begin the Tour in January in Colorado. This year’s Tour will feature eleven races total; 8 men’s events and 3 women’s events. Thousands of spectators, competitors, and sponsors are expected to attend, showcasing Taos’ world-renowned terrain on international television.

Watch the live stream: 



Full Athlete List


Robert Cone USA Michael Ankeny USA
Simon Breitfuss Kammerlander BOL Nolan Kasper USA
Drew Duffy USA Tucker Marshall USA
Miha Kuerner SVN Logan Martin USA
Tanner Perkins USA Jake Jacobs USA
Cameron Smith USA Garret Driller USA
Addison Dvoracek USA Adam Blias USA
Alex Leever USA Francesco Gori ITA
Filip Forejtek CZE Tomas Birkner ARG
Joachim Lien NOR Joachim Lindstol NOR
Wilhelm Normannseth NOR David Ketterer GER
Sam Morse USA Andrew Hancock USA
Trevor Philip CAN Brigder Gile USA
Linus Strasser GER Keegan Burke USA
Kamden Burke USA River Radamus USA
Luke Winters USA Nick Santaniello USA
Ben Andrews USA Tobias Kogler AUT
Erik Read CAN Jeffery Read CAN
Brede Kalsness NOR Kieffer Christianson USA
Tyler Theis USA Simon Fournier CAN


Tuva Norbye NOR
Galena Wardle USA
Kaitlyn Harsch USA
Katie Vesterstein USA
Kaja Norbye NOR
Sona Moravcikova SVK
Lily Hogan USA
Ainsley Proffit USA
Lindsay Cone USA
Parker Biele USA
Julia Toivianinen FIN
Denise Dingsleder AUT
Henriette Resen NOR
Magdalena Muczak POL
Trisia Mangan USA
Stefanie Fleckenstein  USA
Resi Stiegler USA
Evelina Fredicsson SWE
Paula Moltzan USA
Caroline Jones USA
Giulia Paventa ITA
Erin Mielzynski CAN
Eleri Smart CAN
Amelia Smart CAN

*List subject to change


Event Tickets 

Each $20 Event Ticket comes with a limited-edition World Pro Ski Tour cowbell for cheering on your favorite competitors, a delicious Frito pie, a beverage, and entrance into a raffle with more than $10,000 of prizes, including new skis! All proceeds from the event tickets benefit the Taos Pueblo Working on Wellness non-profit including the Charles N Romero Youth Snowsports Program. 

Tickets are available starting March 3, 2022.

Event tickets are not required to view the races! 


Junior Ski Tour Challenge

Presented by Centinel Bank 

Create a memory that your family will cherish forever by having your children participate in the Junior Ski Tour Challenge during the World Pro Ski Tour World Championships! Friday, April 8th, Taos will host a 2-lap developmental training race with male and female U10, U12, and U14 & up divisions. Participants will also have the opportunity to join the World Pro athletes on course inspection!



Are tickets required to view the race?

No! The race is completely free to view. However, there are event tickets available that come with additional goodies!

What comes with the event ticket?

Each $20 ticket comes with a commemorative cowbell, a voucher for a Frito Pie, and a beverage of choice (adult beverages available for 21+), and entrance into the daily raffle. Proceeds benefit the Taos Pueblo Working on Wellness non-profit. 

How do i redeem my event ticket?

Upon arrival, proceed to the Lake Fork Ticket Office to redeem your event ticket for the cowbell, beverage, food, and raffle tickets.

Can I ski/ride during the race?

Yes! Taos 2021-22 season passes and Winter 23 season passes will scan at the lifts. Guests without a season pass may purchase a lift ticket at a discounted rate here.

How can I get to Kachina Basin during the race? 

You can ski or ride there! Or, we will have shuttles running from the Resort Base to Kachina Basin beginning at 7AM each day. Shuttles will pick up in front of the Eis Haus. See map for detailed trail closures.

Where Can I Watch The Race?

There are three (3) public viewing areas: Rubezahl, Street Car, and Patton. All areas will have signs designing them as viewing areas and can be found on this map. In addition, there will be a jumbotron in the Kachina Basin for guests to watch the race. Highlights and the event show will also be broadcast on CBSSN one week following the event. 

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