Hill Information and Results

For current year hillclimb registration and supplemental information, please visit the Schedule.

Sponsoring Club: Siskiyou Sports Car Club

Hill details: The road is located on the crest of the Cascades approximately 14 miles east of Ashland, Oregon. The pavement is in good shape and the course offers a mix of tight challenges and fast straights. The climb is two miles long, starting at 4,400 feet and ending at 4,900 feet. There are 12 turns, two cone chicanes, and a 1/3rd mile straight. For photos and more info visit www.ssccmedford.org and click on the Hillclimb link.

Where to Stay:
Camping – Lakeside camping in a beautifully maintained campground (with hookups) is available at Howard Prairie Resort, just 7 miles from the hillclimb site. Call Jackson County Parks at 541-774-8183 for more information. All camping is on a first come, first served basis, but the area is large. More primitive camping is available at the county-run Grizzly Campground on the lake 5.5 miles from the climb site. Dry camping will be allowed at the hillclimb site under the direction of officials. No outdoor fires/barbecues are allowed on site.

Motels – There are a number of motels in Ashland, 14 miles from the climb site. Check out http://www.ashlandchamber.org. There are also motels in Medford, another 12 miles from Ashland. They can be viewed at http://www.visitmedford.org/lodging.

Sponsoring club: Bogus Basin Hillclimb Association

Where to stay:
Camping and motor home parking is available on-site. Porta-potties are the only amenities avaialable.

Accommodations are available in the nearby Emmett Idaho, or in Boise around 30 minutes away.

Sponsoring Club: Emerald Empire Sports Car Club

Hill Details:
The course is 1.9 miles, rising 1000 feet, around some 23 curves, 14 of them numbered for reference. Running under two minutes earns you membership in the rather exclusive “Sub-Two Club.” Fast Company!

Oakridge is located on beautiful Hwy 58 just 40 miles south of Eugene or 130 miles N.W. of Klamath Falls via Highways 97 and 58. Find the map link from our website!
To get to the hill from Oakridge go southeast on Hwy 58 to the Hills Creek Dam Road just outside of Oakridge. Then take road 21 to the west side of the lake and dam, approximately one mile, to road 2102. Then go two miles up the road to the event. Watch for 2-way traffic!

Where to stay:
Camping – will be allowed at the hill. NO OPEN FIRES!! Please turn off generators and any
other noise sources by 10:00 p.m.

Motels –
Best Western Oakridge Inn – 541-782-2212
Oakridge Lodge & Guest House – 541-782-4000
Arbor Inn – http://www.arborinnmotel.net
Oakridge Motel – http://www.theoakridgemotel.com
Bluewolf Motel – http://www.bluewolfmotel.com
Cascade Motel – 541- 782-2489
Westfir Lodge Westfir – http://www.westfirlodge.com

Sponsoring Club: Willamette Motor Club

Hill Details:
The starting line is at the 600-foot level with the finish line at the 1500 ft level. The course is adrenaline pumping 2 miles long. The road ascends 850 feet in a series of curves with a gradient of 5%. In 1998, a 3.6 mile section of the road was completely refurbished. It consists of 25 curves, 8 of which are hairpins. A special thanks to the Maryhill Museum for the use of the road and the pit area.

Get on I-84 E out of Portland. Take exit 104 for US-97 toward Yakima Bend. Turn left onto US-97 N Entering Washington Go 2.5mi Turn right onto WA-14 E/Lewis and Clark Hwy. Go 1.2 miles and take the 1st left onto Maryhill Loops Road.

If you would like to take the Washington Side:
Take WA-14 E out of Vancouver, continue for 103 miles. Turn left onto Maryhill Loops Road.

Where to Stay:
Camping – Space is limited at this time to Campgrounds. No fires are allowed in the area. This is for your safety, and the safety of others due to the dryness and high fire danger of the surrounding area. NO SMOKING.

Hotels – Hotels are located in Goldendale (WA), Biggs Junction (OR), and about 30 minutes away in The Dalles (OR).

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Sponsoring club: Redwood Sports Car Club

Where to stay:
Tsewenaldin Inn – Hoopa – 530 625-4294
Coho Cottages – Willow Creek – 800 672-1511 – www.cohocottages.com
Bigfoot Motel – Willow Creek – 530 629-2142 – www.bigfootmotel.com
Gambi Hill Motel & RV Park – Willow Creek – 530 629-2701
Riverside RV Park – Orleans (18 miles) – 530 627-3239
Be sure to mention you are with the Hoopa Hillclimb

Sponsoring club: Willamette Sports Car Club

Hill details:
Bible Creek is located twelve and one half miles northwest of Willamina, Oregon in the coastal side of the coast range.
Willamina is 30 miles west of Salem just off State Hwy 22 (see map for details), and not far from the Spirit Mountain Casino and Hotel. The starting line is at the 600-foot level with the finish line at the 1500 ft level. The course is an adrenaline pumping 2 and 1/5th miles long.

If you are coming from Portland, get I-5 S, heading toward Salem. At exit 294, Tigard/ Newberg, take Ramp onto SR-99W [SW Barbur Blvd] towards Or-99W /. Stay on 99W at 22.2 miles take (left) SE Dayton By -pass [Hwy. 18], continue on Hwy 18 for 18.5 miles, take the Sheridan exit (right) [Hwy 18 business] after 5.3 miles you will be entering Willamina. At .09 the road will veer off to the left, stay right , straight (on the right will be a restaurant Coyote Joes (good food if you need a break) and a small grocery store Sentry?) this is Willamina Creek Rd. Go 6.2 miles bear to left this is Coast Creek Rd. Go 1.3 miles and bear right to Gilbert Creek Rd, stay on road. 5.4 miles later the name changes to Bible Creek Road, follow to end. Pits are on left, across the street.

Where to stay:
Camping is allowed in selected areas around the pits. Space is limited. No fires allowed in the pit area. This is for your safety and to reduce our risks. There are also 2 campgrounds a short distance away (pit toilets) for entrants who do want fires or just want to camp away from the pit area. The event pit area will have most parking spaces marked out in order to get the most cars in the limited space available. Please leave open car trailers in the area provide and lock them up. Be sure to bring your own water and please pack out what you bring in—we want to leave the area cleaner than when we arrived.
– Rocky Bend Campground: 15 miles up Blain Rd. from Beaver, (Aprrox. 1 ½ – 2 miles from pits.) 6 tent/camper sites, no hookup, no water, firepits.
– Alder Glen: 3 miles past Rock Bend. (aprrox. 1 mile past pits.) 12 sites, toilet,
drinking water, picnic tables, firepits, $6.
– Fan Creek & Dover: (Approx. 6 & 8 miles past pits.) 11-10- sites, water, toilet,
picnic tables & firepits.

Sheridan County Inn –  (503) 843-3151
Mill Creek Gardens – http://www.millcreekgardensbb.com

Sponsoring club: Bogus Basin Hillclimb Association

Where to stay:
At the top of the hill are the Pioneer Inn Condos and this year we have reserved 10 condos.  The condos will sleep from 1 to 8+ individuals so if you like to get cozy you can double up and save on the cost.  To make a reservation call 208-332-5200 and tell them you are with the Bogus Basin Hillclimb Association.  If you would like to preview the condos visit their website at http://www.pioneercondos.com.  Of course if you prefer to toss up a tent or bring your motorhome you are certainly welcome to do so.