Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest motorsports race in America and a long-standing tradition in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region. The race is run on a 12.42 mile course with 156 turns! There is no other race course in the world like the hill climb, which is why the event attracts race crews that are willing to spend several hundred thousand dollars and months of preparation to compete for the right to be King of the Mountain.
For up to date information be sure to visit the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Website Directly.
Tickets available for purchase starting December 1st! To expedite entry to the event, and improve traffic flow, tickets will NOT be sold at the Gateway. Vehicles are allowed to enter between 2:30 am and 6:30 am. Please visit www.ppihc.com to purchase practice day tickets, Race Day tickets, and camping permits.
If you want the best seat in the house, you have to get there early – like the day before. Limited camping permits for June 24th, (night before the race) may be purchased online. For additional information, including the purchase of tickets and restrictions, visit the event website at www.ppihc.com.
There are four locations available: Glen Cove, Ski Area, Halfway Picnic Ground, and 9 Mile (9 Mile is tent camping only). These permits are for camping only. Any camper who wishes to attend the race on June 25th must also purchase an individual race ticket in order to attend the event. Please refer to the course map for the four camping locations.
One camping permit needed per car and one camping permit needed per motorcycle.
The Gateway opens to campers at 12:00 p.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday June 24th. You must be through the Gateway by 6:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Open fires are prohibited. Gas and propane stoves with shutoff valves are allowed (pending local restrictions, laws and bans).
Off-Highway Vehicles (dirt bikes, ATVs, etc.), bicycles and unlicensed vehicles are not allowed at any time on the mountain, no exceptions.
No pets are allowed on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain during race activities including overnight camping.