38th Snowmobile Hill Climb and Jackson Hole Resorts
Driving around on snowmobiles is half the fun of winter in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! Feeling the snow slush and spray from under the wheels and tracks is a ton of fun. Kids and adults of all ages loves to zip around on snowmobiles in the winter. Stay at the Lodge at Jackson Hole and have some fun watching the 38th annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb as snowmobilers try to climb up the Snow King. The Lodge at Jackson Hole is a luxury Jackson Hole resort complete with amazing amenities and a spa. The Lodge even helps sponsor the event!
You do not want to miss the 38th annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb being held from March 21st- 24th this year. The event is put on by the Jackson Hill Snow Devils and much of the proceeds from the event are donated to charity. The Snow Devils have donated over $100,000 to St. John’s Medical Center and $33,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wyoming since 2003, among the many charities they donate to. More than 300 snowmobile racers from all over the US and Canada come to Jackson Hill for climb up the 1500 ft. vertical rise mountain. Much of the fun of watching the race is seeing the many snowmobiles that don’t make it to the top slide back down the mountain. Food, Beer and merchandise can be purchased on the grounds during the event as well. There are several different racing classes and age ranges for this amazing event.
Make sure to book your hotel room early to catch this event. Over 10,000 spectators come to this event annually and Jackson Hole Hotels tend to sell out quickly. Make sure to reserve your room at the Lodge at Jackson Hole for this one-of-a-kind event. The Lodge’s spacious accommodations are perfect for a cozy night’s sleep after an exciting day of watching the snowmobile races.