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Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park 

Remodeled lodge and new rental gear among the attractions

click to enlarge The deadline to buy your season pass is Oct. 31.
  • The deadline to buy your season pass is Oct. 31.

The folks up at Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park have been busy this summer! "We are pleased to announce the accomplishment of multiple improvements to the ski area this summer," says marketing manager Brenda McQuarrie. "Thanks to a grant from the Washington State Legislature, continuation of the remodeling projects were completed at Lodge 2, including new windows, siding, slope-side entries and beautiful hand-hewn finish work inside.

"Our rental shop has all-new, state-of-the-art rental skis and boots by Rossignol," she says. "Engineered to help any level skier achieve success on the slopes, they have an auto-turn rocker that is more versatile and makes it easier to ski in a broad range of snow and terrain. We are excited to offer new technology and comfort."

The improvements continue on the mountain itself; a variable frequency drive has been installed on Chair 1 to accommodate summer chairlift activities, as well as winter riders who may not ski but still want to take in the views from the top. "A fleet of vegetation management equipment was purchased mid-summer and has been in use maintaining the slopes ever since," says McQuarrie. "This machinery will enable the runs to be ready as soon as possible for Opening Day."

MAKING THE MOST OF IT

Skip the lines on opening weekend and make sure to visit the great folks of Mt. Spokane at one of their pass pickup events. They will be at the Spokane REI on Oct. 22 and 23 and Nov. 6 for a special REI "Pray for Snow" event. They'll also be at the premiere of the new Warren Miller film at the Bing Crosby Theater on Oct. 28, and the Mt. Spokane Ski Patrol Ski Swap on Oct. 29 and 30.

SPECIAL DEALS

For skiers and snowboarders, the best deal at Mt. Spokane is a season pass. The deadline to purchase a pass is Oct. 31. For anyone unsure about how many days they might get in on the mountain, or who want the flexibility to ski elsewhere, Mt. Spokane offers many deals, including the popular Stocking Stuffer. This non-transferable, non-refundable program offers lift tickets for $99 through Dec. 31 (three tickets for adults, four tickets for the Student Pack and five youth tickets).

Lift Tickets

Weekend and Holidays

Adult (18-61)

Day Ticket: $55

PM Ticket: $45

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $40

College/Military

Day Ticket: $48

PM Ticket: $38

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $30

Youth (7-17)

Day Ticket: $45

PM Ticket: $35

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $27

Senior (62-69)

Day Ticket: $45

PM Ticket: $36

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $27

Super Senior (ages 70+)

Day Ticket: $31

PM Ticket: $26

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $25

Chair 5 only

Day Ticket: $33

PM Ticket: $26

Night Ticket: $20

Sunday PM Ticket: $25

Child (6 & under)

Free

Midweek and Non-Holiday

Adult (18-61)

Day Ticket: $41

PM Ticket: $37

Night Ticket: $20

College/Military

Day Ticket: $37

PM Ticket: $33

Night Ticket: $20

Youth (7-17)

Day Ticket: $34

PM Ticket: $29

Night Ticket: $20

Senior (62-69)

Day Ticket: $34

PM Ticket: $29

Night Ticket: $20

Super Senior (ages 70+)

Day Ticket: $26

PM Ticket: $26

Night Ticket: $20

Chair 5 only

Day Ticket: $26

PM Ticket: $26

Night Ticket: $20

Child (6 & under)

Free

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