The calendar may say April.  Spring arrived a few weeks ago. But winter ain’t over until we say it’s over.

King of the Mountain Hill Climb is Saturday April 23rd.

That is when Snowmobilers climb Saddleback Mountain in Rangeley.

Heys guys.  Any eggs in your snowmobile suits?

Kidding.

Wow, the traditional King of the Mountain Hill Climb makes it way to Saddleback. That’ll be awesome.

And there are numerous categories so almost everyone that wants to, can find a division and participate.

From kids to juniors, aged 11 to 13, and Teens 14 to 16. Womens. Veterans, aged 42 and over, Vintage machines older than 1979. And many more including your type of snowmobile.

The course will be on the Wheeler & Grey Ghost trails. And competitors will race between 1,000 and 1,500 feet upward.

And if that sounds so nice, you’d want to do it twice, racers will be able to register in as many racing divisions as they want to tackle.

Registration will take place on race day, Saturday April 23rd between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Cost is $25 per participant. Spectators fee is $10 for an adult, $5 per child.

And yes thanks to all the sponsors and partners there will be pay out prices in all divisions following the day of racing.

The King of The Mountain Hill Climb begins at 10 a.m.

Vroom. Vroom.

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