Events

Registration for all hillclimbs is on Motorsportsreg.com.  Be sure to check Motorsportsreg.com for updates.

May 16 & 17 - Firm

Knox Mountain Hillclimb **Not sanctioned by NHA or available for NHA points**

All day

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Event Details

May 16 & 17 - Firm

Knox Mountain Hillclimb **Not sanctioned by NHA or available for NHA points**

The Leavitt Machinery Knox Mountain Hillclimb  (https://www.knoxmtnhillclimb.ca/content/hill) is run annually on Knox Mountain Park Road, in the City of Kelowna. The road, while paved, is narrow with off-camber corners, and steep grades; a nice Sunday drive, but hardly a race track. It is 2.2 miles (3.5km) long, and climbs approximately 800 feet (245 meters) in elevation for an average grade of 6.7%


This is one hillclimb that should be on everyone's bucket list.  The hill is a hoot to drive and the experience is beyond description.


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Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

June 13 & 14, 2020 - Tentative

Cascade Lakes Hillclimb

All day

Conde Creek - Ashland, Oregon

Event Details

June 13 & 14, 2020 - Tentative

Cascade Lakes Hillclimb

Sponsoring Club: Siskiyou Sports Car Club
http://www.ssccmedford.org/Hillclimb.html


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.


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Conde Creek - Ashland, Oregon

June 27 & 28, 2020 - Firm

Freezeout Hillclimb

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Emmett Idaho

Event Details

June 27 & 28, 2020 - Firm

Freezeout Hillclimb

Sponsoring club: Bogus Basin Hillclimb Association


The first Freezeout Hillclimb was run in 1966 and has run every year since making it one of the oldest running hillclimbs in the nation.


When the new highway was carved out of the mountain with the intention the old highway would no longer be used on a regular basis, Doc Holverson of Emmett, Idaho, a member of the Southwestern Idaho Sports Car Club, campaigned for a hillclimb on the old highway.  Obviously he was very successful. Of course at that time there were few homes on the hill but time has changed that and now dozens of homes line the course.  The residents have been very gracious in allowing us to disturb their peace and quiet for one weekend a year.


Camping is allowed at the hill but we must be respectful and  keep the party noise down and the trash cleaned up.


There is one motel in Emmett, the Holiday Motel and RV park at 1111 S Washington Ave, Emmett, ID 83617, 208-365-4479.  It is a small motel and books up fast so if you want to stay at the motel, book early.  There is also a RV park and the fairgrounds which is at the bottom of the hill.


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Emmett Idaho

July 4 & 5, 2020 - Tentative

Larison Rock Hillclimb

All day

Oakridge, Oregon

Event Details

July 4 & 5, 2020 - Tentative

Larison Rock Hillclimb

Sponsoring Club: Emerald Empire Sports Car Club
http://www.eescc.org


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!

Directions:
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

All day

Oakridge, Oregon

July 18 & 19 - Tentative

Hoopa Indian Reservation, Hoopa, CA

All day

Hoopa Valley, CA

Event Details

July 18 & 19 - Tentative

Hoopa Indian Reservation, Hoopa, CA

Sponsoring club: Redwood Sports Car Club
http://www.rscc.net

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



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Hoopa Valley, CA

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