Base: 31°

Summit: 29°

24 hour snow total:


temperature at the base

Base: 31°

temperature at the summit

Summit: 29°

24 hour snow total:


2013-2014 Season Pass Pick Up DatesBack to News»

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Posted On: September 10, 2013 in: Events
It's that time of year again. The weather is finally starting to cool down and all you season pass holders and snow lovers have skiing and boarding on the brain. So it's time to pick up your season pass to Mt. Spokane! We have plenty of offsite opportunities for you to pick up your pass before you head up to the mountain. No waiting in Snow Sports lines on opening day! Here is all of the information you need to know on how to pick up your pass.

Adult, Senior, Super Senior, and Midweek Season Passes:

Bring your ID and a smile.

Youth Season Passes:
If you are under 18 years old, you must have a parent signature to pick up your pass. Click here to print the sample contract.

College Season Passes:
Bring current student ID and proof of 12 current college credits. (Graduate students need ID and proof of at least 8 current college credits.)

Military Season Passes:
Bring active duty or retired active duty ID with most recent pay stub.

October 2013:
5th and 6th REI
12th* and 13th REI
19th and 20th REI
26th and 27th Ski Patrol Ski Swap

November 2013:
8th and 9th Snowlander Expo
10th REI Winter Kickoff Party

For offsite dates, times, and locations click here.

* On Saturday, Oct. 12, “Have Beans, Will Travel” Mobile Espresso will be on the REI patio to satisfy your coffee cravings! Come early and get your beverage by 9:30 a.m. & save some time to shop the REI Garage Sale too!

There is no need to bring a receipt for proof of purchase. We will have record of your pass in our system. We will take a new picture for each season pass holder. If you aren't able to pick up your pass at one of the offsite opportunities then you can pick it up at the Snow Sports desk in Lodge Two on any day of operation.

Give us a call in Snow Sports at 509-238-2220 ext. 204 with any questions. Keep doing your snow dances and we will see you soon snow lovers!