- Happens at the end of March every year.
- One of the towns busiest events all year.
- You can either watch from the base of Snow King or ride up the lifts for a slopeside view of the course.
About the Snowmobile Hill Climb
The World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb is a race to the summit of Jackson Hole's Snow King Mountain. The event attracts racers and enthusiasts each year to cheer on their favorite racer. Spectators may not be content watching from the base area so some choose to ride the lift up for the best viewing spot.
When is the Hill Climb?
Held at the end of March every year, racers compete over a three day period in several categories depending on their machines and experience.
Where is it?
The race itself is on Snow King Mountain. Spectators and vendors can be found at the base of the mountain with their eyes to the sky as they cheer on their favorite competitor.
How much does it cost?
There is an entrance fee for the event as well as for concessions and lift rides for slopeside viewing. Otherwise, it is free for spectators.
What else should I know about this event?
Even spectators face challenges. Prime vantage points for viewing the race high on the course are on the same steep slopes that frustrate so many drivers. It is difficult to simply stand upright along some sections of the course. The town is busier than ever with visitors and competitors. Brrraaaapppp is the sound ringing in your ears for days after. Find more information on the Snow Devils website.