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2023 Jackson Hole Waitlist

2023 Jackson Hole Waitlist

JUL 13-16, 2023

Primary Airport Jackson Hole Airport
Average Temp High 79°F / Low 41°F
Base Camp Location Snow King Resort
Base Camp Elevation 6,237 ft


Snow King mountain in Jackson, WY plays host to the newest 29029 challenge! Close to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, the area is home to upscale ski resorts, rustic campsites, and dude ranches. We'll be climbing right out of lively Jackson, with breathtaking views of the iconic Tetons as the backdrop to this epic endurance challenge.

Trail Description

A straight shot up under the gondola makes this one of the most direct ascent routes in the 29029 family. Short and steep, this mountain asks for 19 climbs to reach Everest. The majority of the trail consists of hard packed dirt, gravel, and grass. The summit offers stunning views looking back at the Tetons.

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  • We rent out Snow King ski mountain for 4 days to give you the opportunity to do something extraordinary
  • Daily training plans specific to Snow King to set you up to succeed
  • Three nights accommodations in the Snow King Resort Hotel. Single entry tickets are for one bed in shared room with 2 beds. You can request your roommate after purchase.
  • All your food, beverage, smoothie, coffee, and alcohol for 4 days. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets accommodated
  • Limited edition 29029 swag
  • Access to the private 29029 online community to connect with the people you'll be climbing with
  • Access to elite coaches and monthly coaching calls
  • Access to a recovery lounge including free massage, Normatec leg recovery systems, and more

Jackson Hole Stats
Vertical foot gain per hike
1571 ft
Miles covered per hike
1.1 mi
# of hikes to Everest
Miles covered


What's included in the registration fee?

Registration includes 3 nights of accommodations, all food/beverage/alcohol, all hydration and nutrition choices at the aid stations, a 20-week Training Guide, massage therapists and other recovery aids in our Athlete Recovery Lounge, limited edition event swag, a private online platform for participants only, and more! 

What is the itinerary of the event?

Check-in begins at Noon on Thursday. 29029 will kick off at 3pm on Thursday. We will have motivational speakers that afternoon to inspire everyone for the challenge ahead. The hiking challenge begins at 6am on Friday morning and continues until 6pm on Saturday evening. After the conclusion of the challenge, we have a ceremony to recognize everyone’s efforts on the mountain, with a party Saturday night to cap things off. Departure is Sunday by 10am.

Is the challenge 36 continuous hours or is there a break?

The challenge begins at 6am on Friday morning and continues until 6pm on Saturday evening. The gondola is running and you can hike any time you want during this 36 hour period. You do not have to hike for 36 hours nonstop. Do people hike at night? Some participants hike all night until after the sun rises on Saturday morning, but many go and get some sleep! We do encourage everyone to complete at least one hike once the sun goes down on Friday as it’s such a unique and magical experience. Hiking in nature, whether alone or with others, and only seeing the headlamps of other hikers is often a memory that participants talk about and share with others.

Do you allow spectators?

There are portions of the event that are participant-only, but spectators are allowed near the start area and also at the summit where you can cheer on participants. Accommodations included with registration are for participants only.

Does the entry fee include airfare?

No, the entry fee does not include airfare. We will take care of everything once you arrive to the mountain on Thursday to check-in.

Do you provide a packing list?

Yes! We provide location specific packing lists for each particular mountain, although relatively minimal gear is required for 29029. Trekking poles are strongly recommended and a headlamp is required. We recommend wearing moisture wicking base layers for the varying conditions throughout the day and evening, as well as trail shoes to provide additional traction while hiking up the mountain.

How does the Waitlist work?

If a spot at any of the events becomes available, we contact those on the Waitlist in chronological order and fill an open spot on a first come, first serve basis. If we reach out to someone on the Waitlist they have 24 hours to claim the spot before we reach out to the next person on the list.

What type of accommodations are provided?

All participants in Jackson Hole are provided with 3 nights accommodations in the Snow King Resort Hotel. A Single Entry ticket includes your own bed in a shared, double occupancy room. You may request your roommate as part of the participant onboarding process.

Is my room private?

All rooms are double occupancy and for participants only. You may specify a roommate during the participant onboarding process. If you are coming to 29029 alone you will be paired with a roommate of the same gender. If you are traveling with a significant other and wish to share a king bed you will be able to request this during the participant onboarding process. King rooms will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

Are you able to accommodate gluten free, vegan or vegetarian diets?

Yes, we accommodate each of these meal preferences at 29029.

Do you include a training plan?

Yes, we include a 20-week Training Guide with your registration. This Guide is emailed on a bi-monthly basis beginning 5 months prior to the event. Our coaches have created these guides to help each participant prepare for the challenge. The Guide is a three tiered system (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) in which the participant can choose which level to follow based on the description we provide for each. If you’re willing to put in the work, this Guide will have you ready to hike 29029 ft on your event weekend.

How long does one need to train for this?

This varies, as everyone has a different beginning fitness level. We do know that our 20 week Training Guide will help prepare you for the challenge. We also know that at some point on the mountain, the willingness to keep going becomes as much mental as physical. This is when climbing with us becomes a transformative experience for many.

Much of the experience at each of the 29029 locations is the same, but there are unique variables like average weather and terrain. Which ever way you go, a life changing weekend is waiting. Have questions? Click here to set up a brief call with our team!

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Vertical foot gain per hike
1977 ft
# of hikes to Everest
Miles covered per hike
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Miles covered
Jackson Hole
Vertical foot gain per hike
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# of hikes to Everest
Miles covered per hike
1.1 mi
Miles covered
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Vertical foot gain per hike
2310 ft
# of hikes to Everest
Miles covered per hike
2.3 mi
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Vertical foot gain per hike
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# of hikes to Everest
Miles covered per hike
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