Alta Town Race Series

Alta Town

That's a wrap! The Alta Town Race Series is done for the 2022–23 season. Thanks to all the racers who participated.

Join the Alta ski racing community by participating in the Alta Town Race Series. Test your skils in the Slalom and Giant Slalom events.

That's a wrap! The Alta Town Race Series is done for the 2022–23 season. Thanks for racing.

The complete schedule is below.

The cost is unchanged at $130 per person. Alta employees receive an automatic 50% discount. We suggest that non-Alta employees solicit some sort of sponsorship from their place of employment.

Download the 2023 Entry Form & Waiver

Fill it out (think legible), attach check(s) and return to the Ski School office. Please note you may not race prior to registration and payment of fees. You may join at any time however you must pay the full price. Please bring your completed entry form including signed waiver and entry fee to the ski school office.

If you have any questions, text or call Al at 801.230.4932 or email Thanks for racing!

Town Racing Information

The Alta Town Race Series courses will be set to challenge the more experienced racers, as well as being easy to understand and ski for the less experienced. Our goal on the race crew is to see everyone finish. Open to anyone 18 years of age or older who wishes to participate.

Race days are Friday afternoons from noon–4pm. Racing starts in January and runs through April. Please see the schedule below for the exact dates. We are really looking forward to racing again this season and hope you all can make it!

By entering the Town Race Series you are entitled to:

  • Eight Town Series Races
  • Gate training every race day (excluding special events)
  • Free racing during all recreational races
  • Award ceremony and party with a raffle at the end of the season

2022–23 ALTA TOWN RACE Schedule

January 2023

February 2023

  • Friday, February 3rd – Race #2| Giant Slalom
  • Friday, February 10th – Race #3 | Slalom
  • Friday, February 17th – Race #4 | Giant Slalom
  • Friday, February 24th – No Race

March 2023

  • Friday, March 3rd – Race #6 | Giant Slalom
  • Friday, March 10th – No Race
  • Friday, March 17th – Race #7 | Slalom
  • Friday, March 24th – Canceled

April 2023

  • Saturday, April 1st – Race #7 | Slalom Make-up - Canceled
  • Saturday, April 8th – Race #8 | Slalom Make-up - Canceled
  • Friday, April 14th - Race #9 | Giant Slalom Grand Finale on Extrovert - Canceled
  • Saturday, April 15th – Awards Banquet | 5pm | Our Lady of the Snows - Canceled

Any postponed events to be held on the first available Open Date.

The Fine Print

You may race as an individual or on a team. Team names must be family-friendly.

All races are one run only. A practice course will be set.

Team Definition

A team consists of up to 6 people from any league. At least one team member must be female.

  • For example, a team may consist of 1-Alpine B racer, 2-Tele racers, 3-Alpine A racers, etc.

League Definitions

  • Alpine A – experienced racers and serious competitors.
  • Alpine B – racing for fun, for skiers with little or no racing experience.
  • Telemark – one league only male/female

Last season’s B league winner must race A league the following season.


In the event of a ruling inquiry, the race crew will adhere to USSA rules. Rules are available from the race crew.

  • Start order is Tele Women, Tele Men, B-League Women, A-League Women, B-League Men, A-League Men.
  • Parallel turns executed in Tele league is a DQ.
  • Absolutely no temporary substitutions are allowed. Permanent substitutions require prior race committee approval.
  • Losing a ski more than two gates above the finish is a DQ. Straddling or missing a gate is a DQ. You are encouraged to correct these mistakes by hiking back up to make the gate as your team may need your points.
  • Since a female time is required for a team score it is in the team’s best interest to have more than one female.
  • We do not use race bibs. You will be assigned a number at the first race. Please remember your number to help simplify timekeeping and scoring.


Points are awarded to the World Cup Point Schedule for individuals.

  • 1st place = 50 points
  • 2nd place = 45 points
  • 3rd place = 40 points
  • 4th place = 38 points
  • 5th place = 36 points
  • 6th place = 34 points
  • 7th place = 32 points
  • 8th place = 30 points
  • 9th place = 29 points.
  • The rest of the field descends in one-point increments.

Team scores are determined by the top three individual point results from a team with (at least one result a female).

At the end of the series, awards will be presented to the top three individuals in their league and to the top three teams. The best seven out of eight races determine the final rankings. The lowest score will be dropped for both teams and individuals.

Good luck and happy racing!