- Terrain Park
- Youth Programs
Total Patrolled Area - 2,325 acres
68 marked trails
Longest Run: 2.5 miles-Lost Dutchman
Base Elevation: 3,923 feet
Summit Elevation: 5,774 feet
Vertical Drop: 1,851 feet
Average annual snowfall: 301"
Cross Country trails: 12 miles
Type of lifts: 1 quad, 4 double chairs, 1 surface lift
Total uphill capacity: 6,010 p/hour
Miles from Spokane:
Hours of Operation:
Friday - Tuesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
February 17 - 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Watch for special pricing!
- Bus Service
- Sports Bar
- 2 Terrain Parks
- Youth Programs
- Ski School
Lookout Pass straddles the Idaho/Montana state
line. Ski two states on one mountain!
23 named runs plus two glade areas and acres of
540 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 1,150'
Base elevation: 4,500'
Summit elevation: 5,650'
Longest run is 1.5 miles in length
Average annual snowfall: 400 inches
Type of lifts: 2 double chairs & one surface lift (rope tow)
Miles from Spokane: 90 miles
Hours of Operation:
Thursday - Monday
- Bus service
- Terrain Park
- Tubing Hill
- Day Care
Summit Elevation: 5,889 ft
Base Lodge Elevation: 4,200 ft.
Ski-able Verticle Rise: 2,000 ft.
Number of lifts: 5 double chairs
Uphill capacity per hour: 4,920
Designated Runs: 45
More Difficult: 45%
Most Difficult: 32%
Night Skiing Runs: 15
More Difficult: 60%
Most Difficult: 14%
For Mt. Spokane Bus information call:
Center: (509) 238-2220 Ext 215.
Miles from Spokane: 28 miles
Hours of Operation
Wednesday - Sunday
9am to 4pm.
Wednesday - Saturday 4pm - 9:30pm.
- Shuttle Service
- Village with
dining, shopping, lodge
- Terrain Park
- Snowmobile tours
- Nordic Skiing
- Tubing Center
Acreage: 2900 skiable acres, 82 trails plus open bowl skiing
Terrain: 20% Beginner, 40% Intermediate, 35% Advanced, 5% Expert
Longest Continuous Groomed Run: 1.7 miles, the new Little Blue Ridge
Vertical Drop: 2,400 feet
Top Elevation: 6,400 feet
Average Annual Snowfall: 300 inches
Cross Country Trails: 32 kilometers maintained daily
Lifts: One high-speed six-pack named Stella; One high-speed quad;
four double chairlifts; 1 handle tow; 1 new T-Bar
Total Uphill Capacity: 9,267 per hour
Miles from Spokane: 86 miles
Hours of Operation:
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
Night Skiing: Chair 1 to Midway and Chair 2 from
3 to 8 pm.
Fridays & Saturday, January 5 to March 17, 2007
Ski Season: Late November through April 8, 2007
- Access by Gondola only
- Gondola Village with dining, shopping, spa, lodge
- Park & Pipe
- Tubing Park
- Just for Kids
World’s Longest Single-Stage Gondola. 20-minute ride from the
base village in Kellogg to the Mountain Haus, while gaining nearly
4,000 feet in altitude. The gondola is the only means of public access
to Silver Mountain.
67 named trails plus extensive glade skiing
1,600 skiable acres
Vertical Drop: 2,200
Base Elevation: 4,100
Summit elevation: 6,300
Longest run is 2.5 miles
Average annual snowfall: 300 inches
Type of lifts: 1 quad, 2 doubles, 2 triples, 1 surface and 1 high speed gondola
Total uphill capacity: 6,400 per hour
Miles from Spokane: 75 miles
Weekends & Holidays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last Gondola ride up at 4:30 p.m. (except during night skiing
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last Gondola ride up at 4:30 p.m. (except during night skiing hours)
Daily open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lifts 2 & 4 close at 3:45 p.m.
Lift 5 is open daily 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Jan. 1 - Feb. 24.
Tubing & More Back
Silver Mountain Tubing
Park & Moving Carpet Lift
Burn Rubber at Silver Mountain’s new Snow Tubing Park. It’s
the perfect winter activity for everybody because everybody’s
an expert! There’s no hiking back to the top thanks to
the new conveyor lift that effortlessly whisks you and your tube
back to the top of the park for another run.
Snow Tubing Park Schedule
Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 10am-12pm, 12pm-2pm,
Snow tubing tickets include the gondola ride, snow tube rental,
and 2-hour tubing session.
There’s no hiking back to the top thanks to the new conveyor
lift that effortlessly whisks you and your tube back to the top
of the park for another run.
Night Tubing open 4pm-6pm ang 6pm-8pm (Friday & Saturdays)
starting Dec. 26. Every night through the Christmas Holiday
(Dec. 26 - 31). Then Friday & Satruday nights Jan. 1
- Feb. 24.
SNOW TUBING PARK BIRTHDAY PARTIES....2 Hours of Tubing, Pizza Party & Birthday
Cake! $15 per person, Groups of 8-15. Contact Group Sales
at 800.204.6428 x8202.
Spokane Tubing Hill
The tubing hill is located at Lodge 1 in the Mt Spokane ski area,
just downhill from the parking lot. The tubing hill operates
on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. The first slider pushes off
at 10am and the hill closes for the day at 3pm. There aren't
any lights, so no night operations. A daily sliding ticket costs
$5.00 for the session. Group sales are available for groups of
13 or more participants. Sliders must be at least 42 inches tall
and all sliders must fill out and sign the Tubing Hill Waiver.
Sliders will only use tubes provided by Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard
Park staff. Groups can rent the whole Tubing Hill for three to
five hours. Group size is limited to 100 participants. Group
rental is for Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays.
For group ticket
sales or group tubing hill rental contact: Bill Holcomb – Group
Sales Manager, (509) 238-2220 ext. 300 (voice mail), (509) 327-7906
Creek Lodge Tubing
Bear Creek Lodge offers excellent family fun on our snowtubing
hill. This winter sport is available on Friday evenings, Saturdays,
Sundays, and holidays as weather permits. The evening time offers
nighttime fun under the lights. A Friday session is scheduled
from 7– 9 PM. We must have at least 15 reservations total,
with a credit card guarantee, to run the session. Saturday sessions
are scheduled for 10 AM, Noon, & 2 PM. The last session must
have at least 25 reservations total to run the session. It is
an excellent time for small groups (10 - 30 people). Sunday sessions
are scheduled for 11 AM, 1 PM, & 3 PM. Call (509) 238-9114
to confirm start times and make reservations.
The cost of a two hour session is $10 per person
over the age of five. Children under five are half price and and
must ride with an adult. Small children are much safer when they
ride with a responsible adult. We provide the innertubes with proper
clips to attach to the rope tow. Private tubes, sleds, and other
similar equipment are not allowed on property owned and operated
by Bear Creek Lodge. We are strictly a snowtubing operation. Please
do not ask for any exceptions.
Reservations are easy to make. Call the lodge and
present your name, telephone number, and the number in your party.
Your reservation is guaranteed until the start of your scheduled
snowtubing session. Please arrive at least 15 – 20 minutes
before your reservation to fill out liability release forms and
make payment. Late arrivals pay the same price as those receiving
their full, allotted time. Please be aware that all reservations
are released at the start of the session, and given to walk-up
Scenic Gondola Rides
Just want to go along for the ride? Enjoy
a scenic ride on the World's Longest Gondola to take in the great
views along the 20-minute ride to the top.
Once at the Mountain Haus enjoy a great lunch at Mogul's Lounge
while you watch the fun on the slopes.
Youth/Senior/College Students $12
Family Pass (2 adults & 1 youth or 1 adult & 2 youth) $35
Each additional family memeber $7
|Nordic & Cross-Country
With its wide variety of groomed trails, excellent warming huts,
and exquisite scenery, Mount Spokane is the best-organized and most
expansive sno-park facility in the state. The 17 miles of immaculately
groomed trails lead skiers through a fairyland of ice-frosted trees
to broad vistas. The trails soar over the hilltops and race along
the hillsides. It is no coincidence that you will find a lot of families
here; the trails are varied, with enough open areas for snow play
or telemarking to keep everyone interested. Avalanche potential:
none Winter hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (after cross-country ski trails
A Sno-Park permit is required from Nov. 1 through
May 1. Parking in snowmobile lots or cross-country ski areas requires
a groomed trail permit.
Local vendor selling permits:
Mountain Gear, http://www.mgear.com
Mt. Spokane Ranger Station (at base
For a complete listing of vendors go to: http://www.parks.wa.gov/winter/vendor.asp
Night skiing is available on lighted alpine trails and unlighted
Call park for specific seasonal information.
There are 12K of trails to enjoy! Also new this year for Nordic
skiers is a Yurt in our new Nordic parking area. This new Yurt will
be an awesome place to warm up and recharge before taking another
lap on the trails.
Stretching over 32 kilometers, Schweitzer's Nordic trails
offer spectacular views in every direction with challenging and
friendly terrain for all levels of enjoyment. New to the sport?
Go out with your own personal coach from the Snowsports School.
Rossignol equipment (skate and classic) also availabe in the Demo