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Spring Pass | 2022/2023 Season Pass Sale | 2021/2022 Pass Details


Spring Pass

Slide through the spring with a 2022 Mission Ridge Spring Pass. Hit the slopes Monday through Friday March 1st-11th and every day the Ridge is open starting March 14th for the remainder of the season. That’s a total of 27 scheduled operational days in all! The 2022 Spring Pass also includes 4 nights of Night Skiing on March 4th, 5th, 11th, and 12th. 

Calendar showing planned operating days in March and April

*Scheduled operational days are subject to change based on conditions.

Details

  • PRICE REDUCED MARCH 19th
  • Valid every operational day from March 14 through the end of the season
  • No additional blackouts
  • Limited quantities available
Age Price
Adult (25-69) $179
Primetime (18-24) $149
Youth (10-17) $109
Child (9 & Under) $19
Master (70+) $69

Purchase

Spring Passes are available to purchase online or in person at the Season Pass Office on the mountain starting March 1st.

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2022/2023 Season Pass Sale

2022/2023

Season Pass Sale

Renewal Discount* Pass Sale Starts
Premier Pass March 29th - March 31st April 1st
Core Value Pass March 29th - March 31st April 1st
Midweek Pass March 29th - March 31st April 1st
Twilight Pass March 29th - March 31st April 1st

* Renewal discount only valid for current 2021/2022 Premier, Core Value, Midweek, Twilight.

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Current Passholder Details

2021/22 Premier Passholder Benefits

2021/22 Core Value Pass Details

2021/22 Midweek Pass Details

2021/22 Twilight Season Pass Details


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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.