Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

44th World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb 2021

Snow King is taking a proactive approach regarding COVID-19 and for the health and safety of the community, guests and staff. There will be limited attendance, masks required, social distancing & COVID-19 protocols with tickets sold in person daily at the gate!

*Attendance limitations to this event are dependent on the Teton County COVID-19 risk level designation. As of March 23rd, Teton County is in the Orange or Moderate Risk Level, where the maximum amount of daily attendees is 500. Click HERE for more on risk levels. 

Competitors, visitors, and local residents will experience the thrills and spills of the 44th Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb March 25 through the 28th, 2021.

Since 1975 a few local boys started a hill climb copetition that is now a World Championship Hill Climb.

About Hill Climb:

It’s man vs. mountain at the World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb and spectators get incredible mountainside seats to watch 500-pound machines and their riders race from the foot of Snow King up 1,571 feet to its summit. Due to the steep grade of the slope, not all of the sleds make the climb so volunteers keep watchful eyes for sleds that may succumb to the pull of gravity and start tumbling down the mountain.

About the Jackson Hole Snow Devils:

Managed by the Jackson Hole Snow Devils, a local nonprofit, Hill Climb is widely recognized as a vital spring event by local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The four-day affair attracts thousands of visitors who spend the weekend enjoying a unique Jackson Hole experience. Snow Devils President Jeff Toolson commented, “The Snow Devils is a volunteer group. We have 100+ dedicated members that take time off of work and take time out of their days year round to make Hill Climb happen. They do it because they believe in our cause and they love this town.” In addition to their philanthropic efforts, the mission of the Jackson Hole Snow Devils is to be an educational platform for winter sports and activities. What was once a few kids marking a ski slopes is now one of the largest non-profit charity snowmobile events in the U.S.

This year marks the 44th Annual Snow Devil’s Hill Climb, a locally beloved event sought out by many.

2021 COVID-19 Protocol:

Please be patient and willing to abide by the restrictions that have been put in place to hold this event safely:

  • Limited attendance of 500 spectators with compliance. Tickets to be sold daily at the gate.
  • Masks Required
  • COVID screenings
  • Sanitizing Surfaces
  • Social Distancing

How to prepare for the Hill Climb:

  • Dress warm with snow boots, hats, and gloves.
  • Wear sunglasses as you’ll be staring uphill into the sun.
  • Bring binoculars and a lawn chair if you don’t want to miss a thing.
  • Legal ID if you wish to drink, responsibly.
  • CASH. There are no on site ATMs.
  • DO NOT BRING dogs or your own packaged alcoholic beverages.

Hill Climb Schedule:

Admission is $40/day. Tickets can be purchased at the gate on race days. 

  • Thursday, racing begins at 9:30 AM.
  • Friday-Sunday racing begins at 8 AM.
  • Due to COVID restrictions there will be no Racer's Dinner or Awards Banquet this year.  Awards will be given at the event. 


Visitors interested in attending the event are invited to contact the experienced Visitor Services Agents at the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce who can help plan a personalized trip perfect that can make the most of springtime in Jackson Hole. Other activities include downhill skiing, wildlife watching, and the opportunity to tour the valley by snowmobile! The office can be reached at 307.733.3316 or
For more information about the 2020 Hill Climb, please visit

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Complete your trip with more classic Jackson Hole Activities!
Discover winter activities in the area. 
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Take a sleigh ride on the National Elk Refuge.
Get active while exploring the area by snowshoe or cross-country ski.
Finish the day off with food and drinks at one of our beloved eateries.