November Mountain Update: Pivoting for the Season Ahead

Embracing a Season of Change

Skiers and riders share many things—the feeling of freedom when cruising down runs, making memories with family and friends, and a unique connection to this iconic mountain. We are explorers. We are first-timers. We are powder chasers. We are first chair riders. No matter who you are, we are all part of a special community.

The Mt. Spokane team has been working diligently to safely welcome our community back to the mountain. With an increase of COVID-19 cases and new state regulations, we are turning directions once again. We are implementing a new plan that will keep our season passholders and daily users healthy.

In compliance with state regulations, Mt. Spokane's lodges and indoor spaces will not be available for use except for ordering take-out food and beverages, restrooms, rentals, and limited guest services. Alternately, we are turning up the volume on outdoor efforts: grab-n-go food options, new outdoor lockers, outdoor bars and service areas, outdoor seating, and more.

There are a few things you can do. We encourage you to prepare your car as your own personal warming hut, invest in good base layers to keep you warm, and plan for even more time on the slopes. It's time to rethink your typical routine.

It's important to remember that everything has a season and we are nearing the best season of all. I'm still confident and excited about our return to snow. This year is like no other, and if we all work together, it will be an amazing winter. We can't thank you enough for the love, kindness, and support you've been showing to Mt. Spokane in recent months. We can't wait to see you soon.

Keep the stoke alive,

Jim van Löben Sels
General Manager

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