Legendary Snow, Events Make Togwotee Mountain Lodge A Haven For Snow Sports Enthusiasts

Published online: Feb 22, 2010 News
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On Friday-Saturday, March 19-20, 2010, Togwotee Mountain Lodge will be hosting the 3rd Annual Wyoming Snow Run in conjunction with the Pink Ribbon Riders.


A non-profit organization consisting of snowmobile and motorsports enthusiasts, the Pink Ribbon Riders volunteer their time and effort to put on events and help men and women diagnosed with breast cancer. Celebrity riders including Dan Adams, HMK's Kirk Zack and Klim USA's John Summers will participate in the Snow Run.


The two-day event will include organized activities:

·        Friday Night Welcome Party with contests, silent auction, music and more

·        Saturday Event Ride and Dinner Party with awards and recognitions

·        Snow Run limited edition event collectors patch and gift for all participants


Every year almost 10,000 spectators flock to Jackson, Wyo. for the unforgettable 35th Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hillclimb. This annual event, which will take place Thursday-Sunday, March 25-28, 2010, challenges snowmobilers to race up 1,500 vertical feet on the steepest slope Snow King Mountain has to offer. Not every snowmobiler makes it to the top and many tumble back down, but half the fun is cheering them on anyway. The event also draws snowmobile companies from around North America, serving as a venue to showcase the latest in snowmobile technology.


Guests to either event can take advantage of Togwotee's "Legendary Snow Returns Promotion," a 25 percent discount on all lodging and snowmobiling, available through March 27, 2010. The discount is also valid on Togwotee's all-inclusive winter packages, which include a one-night stay, transportation to and from Jackson or the airport, social hour, dinner, breakfast and guide service. Use promo code: LEGENDARY.


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