This year marks the 39th annual Jackson Hole Snowmobile Hill Climb.
The Jackson Hole Snow Devils started this event in 1975 as a competition for locals to see who could high mark the local ski hill. It has now turned into the World Championship Hill Climb that takes place over 4 days with over 10,000 fans and around 300 participants from all over North America. The Jackson Hole Snow Devils have since created one of the largest non-profit charitable snowmobile events in the United States. This year’s event took place at the base of Snow King Ski Resort on March 20-23, 2014.
Keith Curtis a 26 year old from Dillon Montana took top honors, winning the coveted King of Kings title. Curtis dominated the weekend winning 8 of the 30 races that were held over the weekend and taking home around $35,000.