Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park operates within Mt. Spokane State Park, one of the largest of Washington's State Parks at 13,919 acres. In addition to alpine winter recreation, the Park offers year-round recreation including nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, camping, horseback riding, biking and hiking trails, berry picking, sightseeing, and more.
A Discover Pass is needed to park anywhere within the State Park during summer operation.
The Sno-Park Permit is required everywhere within Mt. Spokane State Park, excluding the alpine ski area parking lot when the alpine ski area is in normal operation. A Discover Pass is NOT a valid parking pass during winter operation within the park. A "Virtual Ranger" is located at the Selkirk Lodge, where you can purchase a Sno-Park Permit within the Park.
To contact Mt. Spokane State Park staff, please call (509) 238-4258.
The State Park has 8 standard campsites, as well as a larger group campsite. The campground is generally open from mid-May through mid-September. See Parks website for pricing and availability details.
The Summit Road is generally open from mid-June through mid-October, and is open all the way to the summit of the mountain, the highest point in Spokane County. Enjoy spectacular vistas and wildlife on the road to the summit. Once on top, visit the historic Vista House, as well as other monuments of historical significance. View area lakes with the telescopic viewfinders. Restrooms are available on the summit. Summit Road is closed for the season as of 10-16-14.
The Park features 25 kilometers of beautifully groomed nordic ski trails that are multi-use in the spring, summer, and fall and for cross-country skiing in the winter. The Park annually hosts the legendary Langlauf cross-country ski race. The trails are groomed regularly, excluding Mondays & Tuesdays. Call the Nordic conditions line at (509) 238-4025 for the most up-to-date weather and grooming information. A Sno-Park permit is required for parking in designated nordic and snowmobile lots from November 1 through May1. A groomed trails permit is additionally required for usage of the groomed trails. Nordic equipment is available to rent in Spokane through REI, Mountain Gear, and Fitness Fanatics. Click here to download a nordic trail map, courtesy Spokane Nordic and Tom Frost. See Spokane Nordic for information on children's programs, races, and more.
Snowmobiling is allowed within the Park on designated trails. A Sno-Park permit is required for parking in designated nordic and snowmobile lots from November 1 through May1. A groomed trails permit is additionally required for usage of the groomed trails. Download an unofficial snowmobile trails map, courtesy Friends of Mt. Spokane.
Mt. Spokane State Park - http://parks.wa.gov/
The Friends of Mount Spokane State Park - http://www.mountspokane.org
Spokane Nordic Ski Education Foundation - http://www.spokanenordic.org
Spokane Winter Knights - http://www.winterknights.com
Adventure Sport Rentals - http://www.mtspokanerentals.com