Mission Ridge has more than 70 designated runs spread over 2,000 spectacular acres of trails, chutes, and bowls, with a 2,250 foot vertical drop. Immaculately groomed runs, light dry powder, summit to base snowmaking, and tons of sun are what set Mission Ridge apart in the Pacific Northwest.
Mission Ridge operates the second longest vertical drop Night Skiing operation in North America…and maybe even in the world! Vertical drop is the elevation difference from the highest point in the night ski terrain, to the lowest. At 2,250 feet, Mission Ridge provides a unique night experience capped off by epic sunset view behind Mt. Rainier.
Night skiing runs Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from December 26th through the end of February from 4 pm to 9 pm. Additional Sunday nights are: 12/31/23, 1/14/24, and 2/18/24
Chair 1, Chair 2, Chair 4, the Ottobahn Carpet, the Pika Peak Rope Tow, and the 100LAPS Rope Tow are scheduled for operation each night during Night Skiing until 9pm. Chair 2 is scheduled to close each night at 8:30 pm during the night ski operations.
Premier Passes, Core Value Passes, and Twilight Passes are valid each night with Midweek Passes valid for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights. Night Ski lift tickets are available to purchase on a nightly basis as well.