Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club kicks off 83rd Season

Registration is open for the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club’s (JHSC) 83rd season of winter sports training. This includes their Alpine, Nordic, Freeride, and Backcountry programs.

The JHSC provides ski and snowboard training programs for athletes age six and older spanning the gamut from grassroots to world-class levels of sport. JHSC prides itself on fostering long-term athlete development by assisting its student-athletes in balancing academics and training.

Photo: Courtesy of JHSC

In addition to on-snow training, JHSC equips student-athletes with a toolkit to pursue personal excellence in skiing and snowboarding as well as in their intellectual, social, and educational pursuits.

Register early for best pricing. Program prices increase on September 1st and again on November 1st. (*Excludes Rockchuck Racers, Lollipopper, and Teewinot teams – their fees do not increase)

Program details and registration at jhskiclub.org.

All athletes registered by August 31st will be entered into a raffle for a Shred Totality helmet, Snow King Alpine Slide passes, a JHSC beanie, and a JHSC T-shirt.


Snow King passes increase in price after August 15th
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort passes increase in price after August 31st

Neo Emery boardslides at JHMR. Photo: Ryan Dee

The JHSC is Jackson, WY’s oldest nonprofit organization, established in 1938. JHSC strives to inspire and develop student-athletes through innovative and accessible ski and snowboard programs that provide opportunities to pursue personal excellence in snowsports and life. For 83 years the JHSC has been building Champions in sport and life by focusing on its five core values: Fun, Teamwork, Commitment, Sportsmanship, and Competition.

Questions: Email info@jhskiclub.org, 307-733-6433

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