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USCSA National Championships - Event Program 2019
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MARCH 12-16th, 2019

Alpine, Cross Country, Snowboard, Freeski


41st Annual National USCSA Ski Championships

21st Annual National USCSA Snowboard Championships

11th Annual National USCSA Freeski Championships

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About Snow King Mountain Resort:

Snow King Mountain Resort offers six superb beginner trails and thirteen intermediate ski and snowboard runs which are distinctly separated from the expert trails, providing a secluded area generally free free of expert traffic, making the ideal ski and snowboard learning environment.  Fifteen expert trails coupled with advanced and expert tree skiing make Snow King an excellent place to be on powder days in Jackson Hole.  Snow King Mountain is also home to the steepest North facing FIS race course in the continental United States.

About Trail Creek Nordic Center:

Trail Creek is home to the Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club Nordic program, hugely successful at training Jackson Hole youth and Masters to National championship level.  The 10 mile skate and classic track runs through the Trail Creek Ranch property, and operates under the guidelines of the Betty Woosley estate and generous legacy.  Trail Creek is also home to the Moose Chase, one of the region’s best known nordic races for all ages, and annual event in February.  Trail Creek has one of the Greater Teton region’s best skate tracks, groomed daily.

Getting to the city of Jackson, Wyoming

The links below includes information on visiting Jackson.

Snow King Mountain Resort

402 East Snow King Avenue

Jackson, WY 83001

(307) 201-KING

Trail Creek Nordic Center

Forest Road 30996

Wilson, WY 83014

(307) 733-0295

Downtown Jackson - Athlete’s Opening Ceremony

George Washington Memorial Park

Jackson Hole Town Square

Snow King Hotel  - Registration, Coaches Meeting, Daily Awards, Final Awards

400 East Snow King Avenue

Jackson, Wyoming 83001

(307) 733-5200


Calendar of Events (subject to change, so check the website!)


Race Venues

The USCSA, Snow King Mountain Resort and Trail Creek Nordic Center welcome all spectators to their race venues and hope that the crowds cheering on the athletes are significant in size and volume!

Nordic at Trail Creek Nordic Center:



Alpine, Snowboard, and Freeski at Snow King Mountain Map:


Yellow - Snowboard Giant Slalom (Lower Elk/Bighorn/Exhibition)

Green - Snowboard/Freeski Boarder-X/Skier-X (Kelly’s Alley)

Purple - Alpine Giant Slalom (Elk/Lower Elk/Bighorn/Exhibition)

Orange - Rail Jam (Lower Bighorn, outside the hockey rink)

Pink - Snowboard/Freeski Slopestyle (Old Man’s Flags/Old Lady’s Flags)

Gray - Snowboard Slalom (Lower Elk)

Blue - Alpine Slalom (Bighorn/Exhibition)

Red - Alpine Dual Slalom (Exhibition)

Magenta X - Snowboard/Freeski Athlete Headquarters

Black X - Alpine Athlete Headquarters

Map Information

Alpine Men and Women


Freeski Men and Women


Snowboard Men and Women

Finish Area/Spectator Information:

Athlete’s Opening Ceremony

The Athlete’s Opening Ceremony will be held on Monday, March 11th at the Snow King Mountain Main Lodge.

Athlete Arrival, Shootout, Opening Address - 6:15 pm

Dinner, DJ, Activities at Snow King - 7:00 to 9:00 pm

Admission is included with event credential.  Parents are welcome to attend for a cost of $20/person.  Tickets can be purchased at Registration, the USCSA registration office (Jackson Room on the Lobby level of the Snow King Hotel) during daily awards  and the USCSA administration table at Snow King Mountain.

Results and Broadcast Information:

If you would like to see live results click on the Live Timing link below:

Live Timing (for Alpine and Nordic Events)                Live Scoreboards (for SB/FS)

If you would like to see published results click on the link below:

USCSA Results Page


All of the events are being broadcast live or archived at:


Please note: We will make every effort to broadcast as many events as possible. This year we have split up some of the Snowboard and Freeski events and likely will NOT be able to broadcast all of these events. Please understand that we make every effort to be as fair and equitable as possible, but it is not always possible to broadcast all events. See the event schedule for more details on primary events listed for broadcast.

Awards Information

The Daily Awards Ceremonies will be held in the Grand Teton Room on the Teton Level of the Snow King Hotel in Jackson.  Start time is 4:30 PM daily.

The Final Awards Reception will be Sat, March 16 at 7:00 PM in the Grand Teton Room on the Teton Level of the Snow King Hotel in Jackson.  Admission is included with Event Credential.  We have limited space for parents/spectators to attend this event.  If space allows, we may be able to sell a limited number of parent/spectator tickets starting at 4:00 pm on Thursday, March 14th at the USCSA office (Jackson Room on Lobby level of Snow King Hotel.  Family members and guests of athletes will be asked to remain on the mezzanine level during the Final Awards in order to accommodate all of our athletes into the banquet room.

Parking and Spectator Lift Rates

We are excited to have you be part of the race and encourage you to come out the finish lines.  Enjoy the live broadcast and make some noise for these unbelievable athletes!  You are welcome to walk to the finish areas.  All Alpine Ski events, Snowboard GS and Snowboard/Freeski Rail Jam finish at the base of the Summit Chair and Cougar Chair.  Snowboard/Freeski Boarder-X and Skier-X  finish at the base of the Rafferty Chair.  There is a walking/skinning trail available for spectators to walk to the finish areas of the Snowboard/Freeski Slopestyle and the Snowboard Slalom.  

If you don’t have a lift ticket you will not be allowed to ride the lift. If you are a parent of an athlete, there will be a 6-day lift pass available for $199. Use discount code ONLINETIX and you must book at least 48 hours in advance. Book at: Also keep in mind that volunteering for the event is a great way to get on the Mountain!

Please consider volunteering at the event for a free/discounted lift ticket!  See below for volunteer opportunities.  

Shuttle Information -

Nordic Parking - Parking Lot identified on this map:

Mountain Services

In today’s digital world, most of what you need to find can be done simply by doing a Google search, but here are a few tips on the area’s Mountain Services:

How to Volunteer

Want to volunteer at the event? See the contact information below to help out! Volunteers will receive a lift ticket at Snow King for the day they are working.  Multi-day volunteers will also receive a deal for  ½ price lift tickets at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to use on another day.

Freestyle Snowboard Event Volunteers:

Nordic Event Volunteers:

Alpine Ski and Alpine Snowboard Event Volunteers:

Lodging Options

The USCSA is proud to partner with Snow King Resort as the preferred option for lodging in Jackson, Wyoming and the headquarters of the 2019 National Championships.

Visit the USCSA Snow King Resort link which includes our group rate:

Snow King Resort

400 East Snow King Avenue

Jackson, Wyoming 83001

(307) 733-5200

Additional Options:

Contacting USCSA During the Event

The USCSA will be available for questions/comments, etc, during the event.

Document Published Date: 2/27/18