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Night Conditions Report 3/18/23

Posted on March 18th, 2023

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4 PM update: The sun is still shining on this phenomenal Saturday of fun on the mountain! Our second to last night ski session is about to begin, with lit turns carrying us until 9pm tonight. Mother nature has provided us with plenty of vitamin D today, and the evening should start off providing similar clear skies. Watch for a cloud layer to move in as the night progresses, just as DJ Mabee takes the stage around 7pm. Mountain Music will be live in the Hampton Lodge from 7pm until 9pm tonight! Runs should be soft from the daytime sun to start the evening, with conditions firming up as the sun goes down.‚Äč

Those of you whoe are 21+, head up for some runs with your friends and cash in on a bucket of 5 beers for $20 and $5 drafts at Midway from 5pm - 7pm.

Forecast: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 26. South wind 9 to 11 mph.

Details

  • Chair 1, Chair 4, Ottobahn Carpet, and 100 Laps Rope Tow scheduled for Night Ski operation from 4pm-9pm.
  • The Wenatchee Express (Chair 2) will be in operation from 4pm-8:30pm
  • Night tickets are $47 for ages 25-69, $42 for ages 18-24, $37 for ages 13-17, $32 for ages 8-12, $7 for ages 7 & under and $22 for ages 70+ for tickets purchased in advance and online. To save $20, you can still purchase online at the mountain day of.
  • The Chair 5 Pub, KaWham Cafe, and Midway Lodge will be OPEN
  • The Rental and Retail shops will be OPEN until 9pm
  • The Ski School will be open until 8pm 

Operations Info

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Night Mountain Operations

3/18 - OPEN 4 pm - 9 pm. 

Lift Status*

3/18 - Chair 1, Chair 4, Ottobahn Carpet, and 100 Laps Rope Tow are scheduled for Night Ski operation from 4pm-9pm. The Wenatchee Express (Chair 2) will be in operation from 4pm-8:30pm

*Lift configuration may change at any time.

Terrain**

Please stay on open runs and respect all rope lines/trail closures as they are there for your safety.

Open night ski runs/areas are: Pika Peak, Mimi, Sitkum, Elip, Lomax, Sunspot, Tumwater, Lip Lip, Lil Bombers and 100 Laps

Run status may change at any time. Additional terrain will open as conditions permit. Early season conditions exist. Expect thin cover and unmarked obstacles. Please stay on open runs and respect all rope lines/trail closures as they are there for your safety. Ducking ropes will result in the loss of your ticket or pass! Entering closed terrain is a violation of Washington State Law. (RCW 79A.45.070) Know your Responsibility Code

For the latest on open runs and grooming status, please visit the Grooming Report.

Base Area Operations

Season Pass/Ticket Office 

Night tickets are $47 for ages 25-69, $42 for ages 18-24, $37 for ages 13-17, $32 for ages 8-12, $7 for ages 7 & under and $22 for ages 70+ for tickets purchased in advance and online. 

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Food Service

Chair 5 Pub - OPEN until 9:00 pm

KaWham Cafe - OPEN until 8:30 pm

Midway Lodge - OPEN until 8:00 pm

Outback Snack Shack - CLOSED

Igloo - OPEN 5-7pm (+21) 

Rental Shop

OPEN until 9pm

Book Rentals Now

Retail Shop

OPEN until 9pm

Lessons

OPEN until 8pm

For lesson availability, click here.

Childcare

For childcare info, click here.

Calendar

For the full, planned operations calendar click here. We are open daily until March, 26th and Night Skiing starts on Decemeber 26th. 

Uphill Policy

Modified Uphill Policy In Effect.

Uphill Policy

Weather Updates

ADDRESS

7500 Mission Ridge Rd
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Contact
Snowline: (509) 663-3200
Phone: (509) 663-6543
Email: [email protected]
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New Mission LLC operates Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort under special use permits from the U.S. Forest Service and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.