The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club with US Ski & Snowboard, FIS, IFSA, and USASA puts on over 40 days of competitive junior events each season. We are grateful to our partner venues—Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Mountain, and Trail Creek Nordic Training Facility—for being host to these events.
We invite you to come cheer on our local CHAMPIONS!
2022-23 JHSC-hosted Junior Events
The list below includes all local events, including three at Grand Targhee that are not JHSC hosted.
Click HERE for a complete schedule of JHSC student-athletes' home and away events.
Community Events: Register and Join our Athletes this Season!
JHSC hosts several community races and event series that are open to EVERYONE in the community, both JHSC participants and anyone who wants to try out these sport disciplines.
Learn more about them and register below.
December 26, 2022; 10 AM start: Trail Creek
There are race distances for every age and ability: Come work off your holiday feast with a Nordic ski!
February 11, 2023; Trail Creek
This Skate/Freestyle Nordic ski race offers distances for all ages and abilities and is part of the Wydaho Nordic Race Series.
Registration is open; prices increase Feb 10!
2023 Event Dates: FEB 22 / MAR 1 / MAR 15
All events take place at the base of Snow King Mountain from 4–8PM.
All ages are welcome to compete in this Snowboard and Freeski Contest Series: $25 Entry (+$10 lift ticket for non SK passholders). Helmets requiredRegistration opens in February.
March 10-12, 2023; Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club (JHSC) has been hosting one of the few (if not the last!) open, non-sanctioned community downhill races since 1982. In 2020 the JHSC, in collaboration with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, redesigned the entire event to be a high-powered, high-caliber event celebrating the sport and community of alpine racing in Jackson Hole and beyond.
The FCExcavation Jackson Hole Downhill is hosted on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Crags-to-Moran racecourse off Teton Lift. The course runs just outside the boundary of Grand Teton National Park and boasts epic views. The Downhill hosts skiers and snowboarders ages 12 and up as well as current and former World Cup racers. Competitors can compete in up to three of the following categories: Pro, Am, Junior, Snowboard, Telemark, and “Fat & Baggy,” where a racer’s clothes must flap in the wind and their skis must be at least 86mm underfoot.