Mt. Spokane Ski Resort is located just thirty minutes from Spokane, a beautiful drive you will never tire of. The ski area is spread over 1,250 acres. The goal at Mt. Spokane is excellent customer service and something fun for everyone.
The runs are a nice blend of skill level to give everyone something to enjoy. 23% are beginner, 45% intermediate and 32% advanced. The vertical drop is 1,689 feet with twenty five feet of yearly average snowfall.
Some of the features you will enjoy about Mt. Spokane Ski Area are the low prices, the night skiing and possibly the terrain park. Another resort favorite is the Children's Choice Tubing Hill at the Top O' The Mountain. This is also operated at night. Parents of little ones love the Snoplay Daycare for kids 2 and up. Let them entertain the kids while you enjoy the slopes.
The Terrain Park is a popular attraction with close to a mile of jibs, kickers and hits. If you are into rails, boxes, c-rails, rainbows and kinks, well, you will find those also. They have tried to put this together so that it can be enjoyed by all, beginners through advanced boarders.
Lessons are plentiful with children's programs, specialty programs and adult programs. You can let the Rental Shop take care of all your ski needs or buy anything left at home at the Retail Shop. If you have an equipment malfunction the Repair Shop can fix it.
Thanks to Christopher Armstrong at Flickr for this great picture of Mt. Spokane Ski Area.
There are two lodges at Mt. Spokane with creative names like lodge 1 and lodge 2. Lodge 2 is the main base area lodge, its the main access to most of the mountain and is full service.
Cross country skiing on the 25 km of trails is another way to spend the day, or just hike the snowshoe trails if you prefer.
Spokane residents can make use of the bus transportation offered by Mt. Spokane. It's not free but it is a convenient way to get to the slopes in comfort. Since the cost is only fifteen dollars round trip, and you might use that in gas anyway, maybe it is free. The buses run most weekends and holidays. The pickup locations are Fred Meyer and Thor Ave at 7 AM, Yoke's and Argonne Village at 7:30, Yokes and Market St. in Mead at 7:45.
Thanks to Christopher Armstrong at Flickr for this great picture of Skiing at Mt. Spokane Ski Area.
Mt. Spokane Ski Resort opens its season in late November and stays open into April. Their hours are 9-4 Wed. - Sun. The night session is from 4-9:30. Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park is owned by a non-profit organization. It is located on the southeast portion of Mount Spokane, one of the tallest peaks in the inland northwest. Also on the mountain is the largest state park in Washington, Mt. Spokane State Park. The park covers over thirteen thousand acres.
Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park is located at 29500 N Mt. Spokane Park Dr., Meade, WA 99021. They can be reached at 509-238-2220. There is no lodging here but you can plan your stay in north Spokane and you will be plenty close to the slopes.
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