Wenatchee- Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is excited to announce the addition of eight days of operations for the current 2023 season. The added midweek days of March 27, 28, 29 and April 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 to extend the resort's daily operations through April 9 and raise the total number of scheduled operational days to 129 this season - the most in 25 years.
Consistent, near or above average, snowfall each month of the season and above-average numbers of snowboarders and skiers enjoying great conditions this season combine to make the added days possible. “We are always looking to add in more opportunities for the community to get up and enjoy the mountain,” said GM Josh Jorgensen. “Whether that’s by adding lights to the top of the mountain for expanded night skiing like we did for this season, adding in additional Saturday night ski operations in March or by adding in additional days to the calendar toward the end of the season, we want to provide as many chances as possible for guests to experience joy out on the mountain.” Mission Ridge is scheduled to be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each of these additional days with chairs in operation to be determined. All other resort services will be open normal hours. For all the latest information on operations and events, visit the resort’s website at www.missionridge.com.
About Mission Ridge: Mission Ridge is in North Central Washington, 12 miles south of Wenatchee. The ski area has the second-highest base area in the state at 4,570 feet and is spread over 2,000 acres and 2,250 vertical feet. Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is operated under special use permits from the U.S. Forest Service and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. More information about the mountain is available at www.missionridge.com.
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