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Mission Ridge is one of Washington's largest Ski Areas at 2,000 acres but we do have limited parking capacity. On weekdays, we usually have plenty of parking available. On weekends and holidays during the winter, however, our parking lots often reach capacity early in the day and we occasionally park guests at off-site parking lots until space in our lots begins to open up again. New snowfall often exacerbates this congestion. To avoid getting stuck in traffic on weekends and holidays, we recommend the following tips:

  1. Arrive Early – If you want to ski and ride in the morning or all day, aim to arrive at Mission Ridge by 8:00 AM. If you can't be here by 8:00 AM, consider coming after 11:00 AM instead. This is especially important if you have lessons or programs booked. Give yourself ample time to arrive by 8:00 AM so you or your children can make it to their lessons or programs on time.
  2. Avoid Mid-Morning – On weekends and holidays, traffic is often heavy between 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM. Stay out of the congestion by arriving by 8 or coming after 11.
  3. Ride the SkiLINK Public Bus – We are blessed to have regular bus service between Wenatchee and Mission Ridge. In fact, SkiLINK's bus drops you off right at the base area. View the complete SkiLINK schedule here.
  4. Come for Half a Day – Because of Mission Ridge's close proximity to Wenatchee, we're a great option for an hour or two of skiing and riding in the morning or afternoon.

 


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.