Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club

The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club was founded in 1938 and is Jackson's oldest non-profit. Annually serving over 500 young athletes; the Alpine, Nordic, Freeride and Snowboard programs bring affordable snow sports to our local youth.

Vision Statement

Building Champions in Winter Sports and in Life Since 1938

Mission Statement

To inspire fun, fitness, sportsmanship, and personal achievement in young athletes through training, academic support, and competition.

Guiding Philosophy

The Jackson Hole Ski Snowboard Club fosters a lifelong passion for winter sports through programs that instill the values of goal setting, discipline, sportsmanship, work ethic, determination and commitment. These skills support student athletes to achieve their individual athletic, academic, and personal goals.

We strive to:

Be inclusive of every young local athlete with the desire to learn and grow through winter sports - the broader our base, the higher we can build

Build Character by instilling the values of commitment, community, teamwork and sportsmanship

World Class Programs by continuing to improve our facilities and hiring, training and retaining world- class coaches.

Building champions in winter sports and in life since 1938

 

Latest blog posts

By winning the SG, GS, and placing 2nd in Slalom at the U14 Tri Dividional Championships, U14 Peyton Brones was selected to represent IMD at U16 Nationals held  Sugarloaf, Maine March 30 - April 3.

By winning the SG & GS, and placing 2nd in Slalom at the U14 Tri Dividional Championships, U14 Peyton Brones was selected to represent IMD at U16 Nationals held at Sugarloaf, Maine March 30 - April 3.

The project began with a freeskiing assessment and a Skillsquest the first two days.  It was great experience to be out skiing and competing with the best in the country for this age group.

The conditions and surface were great, and the hill was challenging.  It was actually really cold the first few days!

U14 Tri Divisional Championships 2015

The JHSC had 14 girls and 13 boys qualify for the U14 Tri Divisional Championships. The event was hosted by Big Sky and the top athletes from the Intermountain Division, Northern Division, and Alaska were all present to compete in the SG, GS, and SL events.

Peaked Sports donated this awesome cruiser to the raffle!

The 2015 Pole Peddle Paddle was an overwhelming success.  Thanks to all participants and volunteers who participated in the 40th year of this fun and competitive community event.

Results are in!  Please visit the PPP results page for this year's results.