The World Pro Ski Tour (WPST) announced today the 2023 season schedule, which will include super slalom and giant slalom events for men and women across the United States.

New in the 2023 season, the World Pro Ski Tour will offer equal races for men and women, totaling sixteen races for the projected season. Men and women on the Tour already competed for equal podium prize money and now both genders will have equal opportunity for the WPST’s signature televised and live-streamed races.

“The World Pro Ski Tour continues to grow and improve for our athletes and fans,” says Jon J. Franklin, WPST CEO. “Alongside our amazing Tour partners, we are excited to visit incredible resorts around the country to hold our races, including in the City of Steamboat Springs’ Howelsen Hill, a weekend of racing in a historic Tour location in Bear Valley, CA and of course Ski Taos for the 2023 World Championships.”


Jan 5-7                        City of Steamboat Springs’ Howelsen Hill, Colorado

Feb 9-12                      Bear Valey, California

Mar, 2023                   East Coast, TBD

Mar 30-Apr 1               World Championships, Ski Taos, New Mexico

All Tour stops will feature four races; two men’s and two women’s, all of which are televised on CBS Sports Network and live-streamed on Fans can also follow behind-the-scenes action of racers on the WPST with the award-winning ‘Life In Between Gates’ docuseries, that appears on NBC Regional Sports Networks, OutsideTV, AT&T Sports, Amazon Prime and more. Regular tour participants include two-time Olympic gold medalist, Ted Ligety; World Champion, Olympian and U.S. Ski Team Member, Paula Moltzan; World Champion and Olympic silver medalist, Linus Strasser; 2023 Women’s Tour Champion, Tuva Norbye; 3-time Men’s Tour Champion, Rob Cone and many more of the world’s top ski racers fighting for equal podium prize money.