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Last Updated:: 5:30pm on 01/28/2022.

LiftStatus
Pika Peak Rope TowOpen
Chair 1Open
Chair 2Open
Chair 3Open
Chair 4Open
100LAPS Rope TowOpen
SummitMidwayBase
48 hrs0"0"0"
24 hrs0"0"0"
Overnight0"0"0"
Wind19 mph0 mph3 mph
Wind DirectionSWNN
Temp (°F)343213
Surface (?)Machine GroomedMachine GroomedMachine Groomed
VisibilityGoodGoodGood
Base Depth31"24"24"

Weather Updates

Jan 28 2022 6:18am

8 am Update: The fog layer has crept up to the base area and is about halfway up Mimi currently. There is an inversion this morning, so we are seeing temps in the teens at the base and sunny and 30's from Midway up. We will update again at 10 am to let you know if the base area fog has lifted as the forecast calls for sunny skies across the mountain today.

It feels like we are stuck in a loop, but we'll take it when we are out of the dark clouds in town, with sunshine, great groomers, and excellent views! The forecast is calling for mostly sunny again, so even if you don't want to hit the slopes, it might be a good day to come up and enjoy some sunshine on the deck for lunch or your favorite beverage. Look for the groomed runs to provide excellent turns this morning. Off-piste terrain is variable around the mountain so get a good look at your planned run before taking off. We are under the lights until 9pm again tonight so you have plenty of time in the day to get up the hill and on the snow!

Back of skier as they ski above the clouds on groomed run
Jan 27 2022 6:28am

10am Update: What a beautiful day we have in store! We are surrounded by blue skies and the sun continues to shine on the mountain. Our groomed runs are skiing superbly from summit to base. Spend the day chasing the sun on the slopes as it softens the snow under your feet. Off-piste conditions remain variable so always be sure of your run before setting off! Night skiing runs until 9pm and what better way to wrap up the day than with some laps under the lights!

Early Morning Update: We are looking forward to soaking up some rays today! The sun will be shining throughout the day, expect excellent views and nice soft turns around the mountain. Groomed runs continue to be the place to start the day with AM groomers offering the softest turns until the sun has a chance to soften things up. Off-piste terrain is variable around the mountain so get a good look at your planned run before taking off. We are under the lights until 9pm again tonight so you have plenty of time in the day to get up the hill and on the snow!

Side view of skier on groomed run with trees in background
Jan 26 2022 6:29am

10am Update: Today we are cruising the groomers above the clouds! The sun is shining on the mountain once again today, clear blue skies are showing off the excellent views Mission Ridge has to offer. Skiing is excellent from the summit to base on all of our groomed runs this morning. As the sun shines expect snow to soften up around the hill, making turns great all day long! Off-piste terrain remains variable around the mountain, so as always give your planned run a good look over before charging in!

Early Morning Update: Let's have another day of fun in the sun! Groomed runs will be the place to be this morning with AM groomed runs nice and soft and PM groomers softening up as the day progresses and the sun shines on the snow. Off-piste terrain remains extremely firm, continue to be vigilant before dropping in! Night skiing returns this evening, going until 9pm which means grab your pals and wrap up hump day with some turns under the lights!


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7500 Mission Ridge Rd
Wenatchee, WA 98801
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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.