This is the Year to “Hit Up The World Cup”!!

By Powderhound Cat Jan 3, 2014
The 2014 Winter Olympics - The Road to Sochi Goes through Park City Utah
This is the Year to “Hit Up The World Cup”!!

YOU GUYS. I went to Olympic Park last weekend for Olympic Qualifiers in the Ski Jump and it was SO EXHILARATING. These people will be competing for medals and a lifetime legacy on the slopes in Russia next month.


You can’t help but be thrilled to see them prepare, and all the hard work comes to a head soon! The Olympics are right around the corner. You’ve got another chance to witness history - at the Visa FIS Freestyle Invitational at Deer Valley.


As a reminder this article from last year details even more reasons to show up. This year the concert is Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Another must see must do. Coming up from the valley to Park City can be for more than just skiing. Play and day and bring a change of clothes for a night out. Better yet, stay up in the mountains. Treat yourself. Start your year out right!


I’ve been every year I’ve lived in Utah now and I know this will be even more wonderful of a memory for you to have in your 2014 scrapbook. See you there!



More details here.

From the Deer Valley website:


All events are free to the public.

This year, all events will be streamed live at To follow the event on social media, please search #DeerValleyWC.


The world's best freestyle skiers come together this winter for the 2014 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort in a qualifying event for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Watch as competitors twist, fly and race their way to the podium on the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. All events are free to the public.

This marks the 15th year of international and elite competitions hosted at Deer Valley®, including the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, two World Championships and 12 World Cups making the resort an esteemed venue for the freestyle community. All competitions will be held at night under the lights at Deer Valley. Men's and women's mogul events are scheduled on the Champion ski run on Thursday, January 9, and Saturday, January 11. Men's and women's aerial events will be held on the White Owl ski run on Friday, January 10. Finals for all disciplines will take place in the evening, with a fireworks display concluding each night.