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click to enlarge BOB LEGASA
  • Bob Legasa

WHAT'S NEW

This winter, terrain park users at Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park will see a lot of additions to the freestyle program at the Kan. "We are building a whole new, all-natural terrain park featuring log rails, among many other features, that will be completely natural," says Kristin Whitaker, mountain services, marketing and events manager for Mt. Spokane. Also, in an effort to stay connected with terrain park users, terrain park staff will be managing and building dialogue with park users through the new website mtspokane.com/terrainparks.

"We spent a good part of the summer glading the trees on Chair 4, which will allow for a better exit towards the bottom," explains Whitaker regarding other summer projects. "We also updated restrooms in Lodge 2 and completely remodeled the restrooms in Lodge 1, as well giving it new exterior paint.

"We are still in the ongoing approval process for installing the Red Chair. We are still awaiting a decision," with the final meeting at Center Place in the Spokane Valley, Nov. 19 at 6:30 pm. With the final decision coming Nov. 20, supporters of the Red Chair are encouraged to stop by the Mt. Spokane booth at the Snowlander Expo, pick up your own "I Support the Red Chair" pin, and attend the meeting on the 19th.

click to enlarge BOB LEGASA
  • Bob Legasa

MAKING THE MOST OF IT

The "First Timers Guide" Video Series, available on Mt. Spokane's website, is a great tool for beginners on how to make the most of their first trip up to Mt. Spokane. Currently, there are several videos available: "Getting Up the Mountain," offering how to get up to the mountain in less than an hour, "Where Do I Go," providing advice on where to go once you've gotten to the parking lot; and "The Snow Sports Center," showing first-time users what is available at this location. "The Rental Shop" demystifies the rental process.

Mt. Spokane has also started another series called "Words of Wisdom from Your Mountain Momma," where ski school director and Mountain Momma Maxine McIntyre offers advice on different aspects of the mountain experience.

SPECIAL DEALS

The Stocking Stuffers are back at Mt. Spokane. This program is simple: Pay $99 before Dec. 31 and you'll receive five youth tickets (ages 7-17) or three adult tickets (18 and older). Student Packs provide college students with four anytime lift tickets; the punch cards are non-transferable. Prices go up to $129 on Jan. 1. ♦


Lift tickets

Adult (ages 18-61)

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $52 / PM ticket $41 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $38

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $39 / PM ticket $35 /

Night ticket $20

Youth (ages 7-17)

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $42 / PM ticket $31 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $25

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $32 / PM ticket $27 / Night ticket $20

College/Military

(must show valid ID's)

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $45 / PM ticket $34 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $28

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $35 / PM ticket $31 /

Night ticket $20

Senior (ages 62-69)

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $42 / PM ticket $34 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $25

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $32 / PM ticket $27 /

Night ticket $20

Super Senior (70+)

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $29 / PM ticket $24 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $23

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $24 / PM ticket $24 /

Night ticket $20

Chair 5 only ticket

Weekend/Holiday

Day ticket $31 / PM ticket $24 / Night ticket $20 / Sunday PM ticket $23

Midweek/Non-holiday

Day ticket $24 / PM ticket $24 / Night ticket $20

Child (ages 6 & under)

Free

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