Town Challenge Info: (scroll down to see the results for each week)

WHAT IS THE TOWN CHALLENGE? Monarch Mountain's Town Challenge is a FUN slalom race geared for all ability levels to participate in by creating their own race teams! The atmosphere is about having a good time, becoming a better skier/rider and spending time on the mountain with your friends. Plus, we give away great prizes and awards at the end of the every season!


The Town Challenge is a series of 7 races throughout the months of January, February, and March. These races are every Friday starting in January each year.

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced skier or boarder or enjoy the rush of racing through gates – or are simply just an outdoor enthusiast – this is a great race for you! Leagues include: Telemark, A League Skiing, B-league Skiing, Snowboard, Masters (over 50) and Super Seniors (over 62).

Where: The race will be held on the skier's left side of the Freeway run.

Dates: (*there will be no rain dates due to snow*)

  • Jan 19th: team captains meeting 10am in Pioneer room, payment cut off and final deadline
  • Jan 20th: first day of actual races
    • every Friday till March 3rd
  • March 3rd: last race of the year and awards ceremony

Team captains: REQUIRED: Team captains must make a single payment for the entire team before the cut off date to be eligible to participate. The Team captains meeting will be held the Thursday before the team challenge’s first race day in the Pioneer room at 10am. Team captains who do not attend the meeting are required to find all info ahead of the first day and inform the rest of the team.

Waiver: All participants are required to sign a waiver before racing through the season pass desk or stop off after signing the waiver to get a ticket. At the time of the signature a ticket with a name and bib number will be provided to the racer at the season pass desk. 
*Without this ticket a rider is not allowed to race.



A - League

B - League


Super Seniors

Jr. Big Mountain

Jr. Mountain Race Team