Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hill Climb Association's "Mogul Madness"

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Snowmobile Hill Climb


April 5 & 6

RMSHA'S Web site says our race has been canceled. No one has called us, we don't know why it was canceled. We had already done a lot of work to make it happen. So sad.



Watch these guys climb aboard 225+HP snowmobiles and race straight up the mountain to grab a share of over $50,000.00 in cash & prizes! With grades up to 75%, it's a wild, wild ride!!! You have to see it to believe it!

$20 Lift ticket for Spectators, Skiers and Boarders.

Spectators on foot can ride the Sunshine chairlift to go right to course side to get close to all the action.

Snow permitting, Skiers and Boarders can ride the Skyline chairlift traveling above the course for that awesome view of the action.  Skiing and boarding is open on runs south of Liftline.


Food and beverages are available  in the Lodge.

Races start at 8am

Foot Passengers will be loaded on the Sunshine starting at 8am.
Skiers and Boarders will be loaded on the Skyline starting at 10:30am.


Additional Information

Lift Tickets
Attach lift tickets to pants only as they must be displayed at all times. Lift tickets are non-transferable. To attach, put the zip tie through the ticket and through a belt loop, zipper tab, etc.  You will not be loaded on a lift without your ticket firmly attached.

 Foot Passengers on the Sunshine Lift Only
Children under 6 including infants (held or in carriers) will not be loaded on lift.
If you ride up the  Sunshine Lift you can walk down or ride back down.
We can not load every chair, so download times may become lengthy
Coolers and other bulky items will not be loaded on the lift.

Skiers and Boarders on the Skyline Lift Only
Runs south of Liftline are open to skiing and boarding. Liftline is closed.
There is no easy way down from the Skyline Lift. Lower Pebble Lane is closed for the event.

The following items are NOT allowed within the ski area boundaries
Sleds, toboggans, inner tubes or similar devices.
Glass bottles and/or glass containers, coolers.
Campfires, barbecues, propane stoves/heaters or other sources of open flame.

Dogs MUST be leashed
Because of the noise and proximity to racing snowmobiles we highly recommend that you you leave your pets at home.
However, if you feel you must bring them please note that there is a US Forest Service directive that requires ALL dogs to be kept on a leash no longer than six feet.

Stay in spectator areas. Do not cross ropes onto racing / staging / return areas.
Do not move straw bales.
Use the trash cans provided and please do not remove the liners for any reason.
Leave the branches on the trees and the trees standing.


*Jerald D. Tower, District Ranger, Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Westside Ranger District explains Pebble Creek's responsibilities and authority.