Itinerary

Friday February 21st

5:00pm ~ Evening Gathering @ SnowKing Resort/Hotel, Grand Teton Room

Pickup Demos - FULL Splitboard setups (Board/Bindings/Skins), Buy Clinics, Meet up & plan Saturdays Tours, Check out local companies and MORE!

Clinic Signup - We are offering clinics for all skill levels, hosted by JHMG

Saturday Clinics *Click Here for clinic info*

 

Presentations

6:00pm ~ Serve and Save our Veterans - Hosted by: Front Country Foundation

6:30pm ~ Backcountry Experiences - Hosted by: Marlon Teton Pass Festivals

7:00pm ~ Staying safe in the Backcountry - Hosted by: Teton County Search & Rescue Foundation

 

 

7:30pm ~ Avalanche & Snowpack Talk - Hosted by: Bridger Teton Avalanche Center

 

8:00pm ~ Splitboarding 101 talk - Basics for those new to splitboarding 

Hosted by: Patrick Collins (Jackson Hole Mountain Guide/ Teton Backcountry Rental)

8:30pm ~ Protect Our Winters - Hosted by Zeppelin

Saturday Feb 22nd 

7:30am ~ Jackson Hole Mountain Guides Splitboard Clinics Start

5:00pm ~ Evening Gathering starts at Snow King Demo

Exchanges & Set-up for Sunday Tours

Presentations

6:00pm ~ Skin Track & Backcountry Etiquette - Hosted by: Jocelyn from Snowrider Project 

6:30pm ~ Halina Boyd Presents: Chasing the Winds Jones Adventure Grant Winner 

7:00pm ~ Avalanche & Snowpack Talk - Hosted by: Bridger Teton Avalanche Center  

 

7:30pm ~ The Hard Boot Revolution - Hosted by: Phantom Splitboard Bindings

8:00pm Transition Contest - Hosted by: Weston Snowboards

HUGE Prizes for the top 3 winners, Fastest splitboard transition wins

9:00pm ~ Raffle Begins

5+ Snowboards/Splitboards, Splitboard bindings, avi gear and much more!

Proceeds support JHAvalanche and POW- Protect Our Winters

10:00pm ~ Teton Splitfest ends for the silent disco to begin

10:00pm - 2am Silent Disco hosted by Kaleidisco

(Party Time,  21+) @ Hand Fire Pizza

 

Sunday Feb 23rd

Sunday Clinics *Click Here for clinics*

JHMG Clinics begin @ 8:30am 

Demo Returns - Return to company rep

DISCLAIMER

Warning: Splitboarding is an inherently dangerous and hazardous sport and can result in serious injury or death. Attendees take full responsibility for learning proper backcountry travel and avalanche safety. Stay safe out there. Ride with a buddy, take a beacon, shovel and probe AND know how to use them.