Ramp Up To Beijing

California celebrates China with a special day of performances, a trail naming ceremony with Jonny Moseley and freestyle skiing pioneer Wayne Wong, plus a special après party to top it off. As part of our ongoing partnership with China's Genting Resort Secret Garden, we will be naming a mogul run after our partner resort and hosting the 2017 US and Chinese Freestyle Ski Team's training event here at Squaw Valley.

Ramp up to Beijing Event Schedule
TimeEventLocation
10amFlying Ace All-Stars first show Funitel Plaza
11:30amTrail Naming Ceremony featuring Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley, freestyle skiing pioneer Wayne Wong and the US & China Freestyle National TeamsRed Dog
12:30pmFlying Ace All-Stars second showFunitel Plaza
2pmFlying Ace All-Stars final showFunitel Plaza
3:30-5:30pmSquaw Free Fundraiser & Après Party hosted by Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley and Wayne WongPlaza Bar
3:30-6:30pmFree live music by the Beer GardenersKT Base Bar
Ramp up to Beijing Squaw Free Fundraiser Après Party Details

California and China will celebrate this unique partnership with an après party hosted by Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley and legendary freestyle skier Wayne Wong at Plaza Bar.

  • This party is FREE
  • Meet and greet the China and US Freestyle National Teams with poster signing
  • Cash bar with proceeds to benefit the Squaw Valley Freestyle team
  • Passed appetizers included
  • Live music
About China's Genting Secret Garden Resort

China's Genting Secret Garden Resort located in the Dama Mountains northwest of Beijing in the county of Chongli, is slated to host the freestyle and snowboarding events for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows ambassador Jonny Moseley will also be involved with the Genting Secret Garden Resort alliance, with a planned visit to the Chinese resort next winter for their own "Ski with Jonny" program. Moseley will also serve as commentator for NBC coverage of the freestyle portion of the 2022 Olympics.