Mt. Spokane Mountain Bike Skills Camp | $225 | Ages 9–16
Wednesday–Friday, July 28–30 (Two spots left!)
Wednesday–Friday, Aug 18–20 (New! Second date option!)
Join us for three action-packed days of exploring Mt. Spokane State Park on your own mountain bike! Dominate jumps, rip through dirt, and hammer over roots and rocks just like the pros! Technical trickery, jumps, and drops are just some of the skills we work on in these camps. Each day starts off with skill-builders and ends with hitting the trails. We’ll do a hands-on fix-a-flat class and play lots of bike games. We’ll even spend time learning about stewardship and trail maintenance techniques. Get complete details.
Mountain Adventure Youth Day Camp | $179 | Ages 6–11
Option One: August 4–6, Wednesday–Friday
Option Two: August 11–13, Wednesday–Friday
Join us for three individual days of day camp where kids embrace the outdoors and play in a unique State Park environment. We will be playing games, engaging in outdoor activities, and having fun—all while learning respect for the mountain and the wildlife that calls it home. Plan for climbing, hiking, crafts, games, and more! Our adventure camps always have an emphasis on teaching environmental stewardship. Camper t-shirt included. Get complete details.
Vista House Beverage Service
Saturdays in August | Noon–6pm
There is no better place in Spokane to drink a beer than the Vista House. We are thrilled to announce, that each Saturday in August, our staff is proudly teaming with Mt. Spokane State Parks to provide beverage service at the summit. We will be pouring the best summer selections from local breweries including beer and seltzers. So come visit us and enjoy a cold one after a day on the mountain.
Goodbye Summertime! Family Mountain Day
Sunday, September 12, Lodge 2, 10am–4pm
It’s time to get stoked! The end of summer only means one thing—winter is coming! We are celebrating the changing of seasons with a fun family day on the mountain. In addition to the Mt. Spokane Trail Run (hosted by Negative Split), enjoy live music at the bar with Kyle Richard, pick up your season pass, take a hike, sit in our new PistenBully Snow Cat, and more! Our staff and partner organizations will be on-site to talk about everything new for the coming year. It’s also the last day to purchase season passes at summer price. We can’t wait to open the doors and welcome you back to the mountain. Registration for the Mt. Spokane Trail Run is now open. Music and mountain activities are open to everyone.
- Guest Services & Tradeshow: 10am–3pm Purchase or pick up your season pass. Meet with our Ski School Team and sign-up for camps, lessons, and events. Our partners will be onsite including Prime Timers, Ski Race Team, and Ski Patrol. Bring the kids and let them sit in a Snow Cat! Meet our grooming and lift maintenance team to learn about mountain operations.
- Bar Service at Lodge 2: 10am–3:30pm
- Live Music by Kyle Richard: 11am–3pm
- Mountain Closes: 4pm
Questions? Call or email Guest Services: 509.238.2220 ext. 0.
Back to Nature Trail Run at Mt. Spokane, 5k/10k/25k
Sunday, September 12
Mt. Spokane is proud to partner with Negative Split as the host site for their Trail Run Series, Sunday, September 12. It’s going to be a great day for all levels of runners to enjoy the mountain. After the race, relax with a beer and enjoy views from the Mt. Spokane Lodge 2 deck. Learn more and sign-up on Negative Split’s website.
Mt. Spokane Trail Run Schedule:
- Packet Pick-up: 7am
- 25K Start Time: 8am
- 5/10K Start Time: 10:30am
- Course Closes at 1pm
Last Day of Summer Pass Sale
Monday, September 13
This is your last chance to save big on winter season passes. Save up to $200 if purchased by September 13. Pass are limited and we do expect to cap pass sales early this year. Don’t wait to purchase. Call Guest Services if you have questions: 509.238.2220. Purchase online.
First Day of 21-22 Winter Season
Saturday, December 4
We are always looking forward to the first day of the season! Our tentative open date is December 4 but we will open earlier or later depending on snowfall and conditions.