For the first time inalmost 20 years Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is returning to a 7day-a-week operating schedule for the 2019-2020 winter season. “We are veryexcited to be offering additional opportunities for guests to come up and enjoythe mountain,” said Mission Ridge Marketing Director Tony Hickok. “We reallysee this as a tremendous benefit to local skiers and riders in the WenatcheeValley who have work schedules with mid-week days off and those with flexiblework schedules. I also think we can expect to see an uptick of people callingin sick with the “powder flu” next season,” Hickok joked.
Mission Ridge plans to be open daily from roughly mid-Decemberto the end of February with a varying schedule early season and in March/April.To check out the planned operations calendar for the 2019-2020 season visit theresort’s website at www.missionridge.com.
Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort also announced the startingdate of their 2019-2020 season pass sale last week. Season Passes for nextseason will go on sale Thursday, March 7th at 6am online at missionridge.comand at the Season Pass office on the mountain. With the move to 7 day-a-weekoperations new Mid-Week Passes will also be available for the first timestarting March 7th. Mid-Week Passes allow access to ski and ride Monday throughFriday during the season as well as late-season weekends. Some blackout dateswill apply. Visit www.missionrdge.com/season-passes for all the details on Mission Ridge’s different pass offerings.
About Mission RidgeMission Ridge islocated in North Central Washington, 12 miles south of Wenatchee. The skiarea has the second highest base area in the state at 4,570 feet, and more than36 runs spread over 2,000 acres and 2,250 feet of vertical. More informationabout the mountain is available at www.missionridge.com.