Snow Devils rock the King with 41st annual Hill Climb

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Keith Curtis was named King of Kings in the running of the World Championship Hill Climb at Snow King last weekend. The Dillon, Montana man wore bib #711 on his way to top finishes in Stock King (1.21.98) and Mod King (1.14.09). He was aboard a Polaris sled all weekend.

Kyle Tapio, #318 ran his Arctic Cat to the summit in 1.24.01 in the Improved King division. The former King of Kings from Battle Ground, Washington was runner-up this year.

Chrystal Cooper, of Sundance, Wyoming, wearing bib #814, was Queen of the Hill on her Ski-Doo.

The quote of the weekend came from Swan Valley’s David McClure, who placed first in the 700 Improved Stock Finals. “The World Championship Hill Climb is hands down the best race on the circuit. Nothing compares to how gnarly Jackson is!” the Arctic Cat rider said.

Ever wonder what it’s like to power your way to the top of Snow King on a snowmachine? Curtis takes you along for the ride thanks to his GoPro.

 

 

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