There's Some Night Skiing/Riding Expansion Happening In Washington

Night Skiing/Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort - Credit: Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort/FB
If you're a fan of night skiing, and who isn't, and you're looking to get a few more nights on the slopes in Washington, this might be the news you are looking for.

A few twists and turns off I-90, east of Seattle, one can find Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort, which is going to be offering expanded night skiing for the 2019/2020 season.

The mountain is expanding the night skiing experience in two ways. First, lights are being added to over 13 acres of terrain with access from Chairs 1 and 4 as well as the Pika Peak and 100LAPS rope tows. Second, the times that night skiing can be enjoyed is increasing from ten Saturday nights up to thirty-two nights for the 2019/2020 winter season. Night skiing will begin December 26th and run Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights through the end of February from 4 pm to 9 pm.

Night ski passes will be available for $29-$149 depending on age for all 32 nights. Single night tickets will also be available for $25.00 for adults, $20 for ages 18-24, $15 for ages 10-17, and $5 for ages 9 and under. Season pass holders already enjoy full access to night skiing, however, this will also be extended to midweek pass holders this season as well.


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