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Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park- COVID-19 update – Monday, March 16

The safety of our guests and staff is of utmost importance. Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park has elected to suspend all operations beginning Monday, March 16th. These are very difficult times for the nation as a who …

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COVID-19 Update

March 13, 2020 Mt. Spokane is open for skiing and riding and we're excited about the new snow coming in late this afternoon! For our part in seeking to mitigate COVID-19 risks, we are taking measures now and throug …

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The Unforgettable 2018-2019 Season

"A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work." - Colin Powell   SWEAT, check-DETERMINATION, check-HARD WORK, check.  We did it - all of us.  It took a villa …

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Opening Day 12-7-18

Happy Holidays from Your Mountain Opening Friday December 7th Happy Holidays!  I want to thank everyone for your patience so far this year.  We have not seen the storms we would have liked, but it looks like …

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August 13, 2018-Chair 6 Construction in Full Swing

All 17 towers are now standing in the expansion area thanks to the hard-working SkyTrac and Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park crews.  A helicopter flew from the Lodge 2 parking lot to each tower location where c …

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MID SEASON UPDATE! [JAN. 2017]

We are hanging on to our snow like it's melting!!! (but wait, the temperatures sure have gone up...) As we experience inversion weather, where the temps on the mountain are much warmer than the temps in town; we sti …

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LA NINA PREDICTIONS FOR THE 2016/2017 SEASON!

More Snow...Let's Go!!! NOAA just released their latest weather predictions for the fall & early winter, and is calling for a La Nina pattern.  La Nina generally drops above average snow in the Pacific Nort …

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