Northwest Hillclimb Association

2015 Hillclimb Schedule

Cascade Lakes Hillclimb | June 20-21 | Ashland, OR

Registration Booklet

Freezeout Hillclimb | June 27-28 | Emmett, ID


Larison Rock Hillclimb | July 4/5 | Oakridge, OR

Hillclimb Flyer
Registration Form
Register Online

Hoopa Hillclimb | July 25/26 | California Coast


Bible Creek Hillclimb | Aug 15-16 | Oregon Coast Range


Bogus Basin Hillclimb | Sept 5/6 | Boise, ID


Mary Hill Hillclimb | Sept 19/20 | Goldendale, WA

Mary Hill Hillclimb Ponderosa Hotel Rooms special room rate
Contact information and hillclimb registration booklets will be added as the partner clubs finalize materials. 

News from the summit

Stock class competitors please read the 2015 updated rules. NHA is following the SCCA changes in tires for these classes. More can be found on the rules page.

The 2015 schedule is final (please note new date for Bogus Basin). Time to reserve your vacation time at work. Bob Sherman is asking all competitors to think about their safety this year. Please see his note below. 

2014 Annual meeting minutes our now availble and we encourage you to read them if you were not able to make the meeting.

Knox Mountain Hillclimb Special Offer

Can't wait until June to go racing this year. Take advantage of the super discount for ”First time Racers or any one who hasn’t raced at Knox Mountain in the past five years.” For those that have been way for a while come back and take advantage of this great discount. Youll have a great time and this includes dinner on Sunday night for the registered driver.  Please make sure to read the rules before you register.

Knox Moutain hillclimb firstimer discount

What’s Your Life And Well-Being Worth?

This will be pretty direct. Hill climbs, like many motorsports events, entail risk. You sign a waiver, and you’re basically on your own. Even if you don’t drive beyond your abilities, such as mechanical failures, like broken axles, can happen. In an instant, you can change from a driver into a “passenger,” with no control over where you might end up.

Many organizations, such as SCCA and CACC, are requiring a HANS or a like device of a different manufacturer, for motorsports events. My personal opinion is that it will be only a matter of time that NHA requires these devices as well.

Yes, we’re talking about a $600 plus expense. But, what if you went off course and sustained serious injuries, which might have been prevented by using a neck restraint device? Do you want to play with your kids/grandkids from a wheelchair? Or worse? Not if you can help it. In reality, this is pretty cheap insurance.

Do you buy a “Starbucks” at the drive through every day? Kick that habit, prepare your coffee in a thermos, and you can probably save enough in less than a year, to buy the device of your choice.

We have been lucky so far.

Bob Sherman