Mission Ridge Adds More Days

RELEASE DATE:  March 28th, 2023

Tony Hickok
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Mission Ridge Adds More Days, Longest Season In 26 Years

Wenatchee, WA – Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is excited to announce the addition of six days of operations for the current 2022/2023 season. This latest round of added days takes the total number of days The Ridge will be open this season up to 135, the most since the 1996/1997 season. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy great spring conditions every day through April 9th and then each Saturday and Sunday for the remainder of the month. Mission Ridge will host it’s popular Flamingo Days event Saturday, April 29th and Sunday, April 30th for closing weekend.

Mission Ridge is scheduled to be open from 9 am to 4 pm each of these additional days weather, conditions, and visitation permitting. For all the latest information on operations and events, visit the resort’s website at www.missionridge.com/operating-schedule.

Season Passes for the 2023/2024 winter season at Mission RIdge go on Sale Thursday, March 30th at 8am. Current Mission Ridge passholders are ableto renew early at a special discounted rate through Wednesday, Mach 29th. Mission Ridge remains committed to protecting it’s culture and experience from overcrowding and to deliver the best experience for it’s guests by limiting the the availability of Premier Season Passes. The resort anticipates selling out of Premier Passes and encourages guests to purchase early to save the most money and to ensure they are able to purchase the pass that best suites the days and times they want to visit the mountain.


About Mission Ridge

Mission Ridge is located 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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