Spring Season Pass Surprises, Spring Skiing Events, & Local Resort News. Sponsored By Ski the NW Rockies Association Resorts.
If you’ve been thinking about getting a season pass next year, now is the time to pull the trigger. Local resorts are offering their lowest pricing of the year right now.
“Challenging spring conditions include the rapid transition from slick snow to grabbing snow, which pushes the rider forward,” says John Batchelder, pro patrol director at Lookout Pass. “Proper stance and balance is a key to staying in control. Knee and shoulder injuries are common in this situation.” Be mindful of the “freeze-thaw-freeze effect,” according to
Ages 21+ Snowshoeing is awesome! Join us on a 2-3 mile snowshoe tour through the woods of Mt Spokane State Park. Following our adventure we will head to Big Barn Brewery in Green Bluff to learn about their locally crafted beer and enjoy some tasty beverages to “tap” off the day. Snowshoes, poles, guides & transportation included. Beverages
The holidays shouldn’t be for hibernating. Instead, get out and celebrate the season. Whether you’re seeking nostalgic wonder, fun adventure, or a little bit of holiday magic, there’s something special to suit you.
Summer is a great time to hike or mountain bike to the summit of Quartz Mountain and see the historic fire lookout.
Fight cancer by skiing on the slopes of Mt. Spokane next Saturday, Feb. 23. All funds raised for Hope on the Slopes will be directed to the American Cancer Society for cancer research. Events, which include raffle drawings, a scavenger hunt and after-party, last from 9am to 4pm. Hope on the Slopes is a team
Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park will be firing up the chairlifts for the 2012/2013 winter season this Saturday December 8th (Postponed from Friday December 7th). Normal hours of operation will be in effect. Lifts 2, 3, & 5 will open at 9am, and continue operation through 4pm. Ticket windows open at 8:30am.