Shred it. Don’t Spread It.



Buildings / indoor spaces will not be places to hang out this season and will have capacity restrictions per county health guidelines. Expect to only be able to go inside to use the bathroom or purchase food. Plan to gear up / boot up at your car and leave all of your belongings there, and do not plan to store personal items in our facilities. 

  • Brand new pay-by-credit-card lockers will be available for backpacks and small personal items.

  • Day Care will not be open.

  • Lodges are closed for sitting until further notice.


Take-out and grab-n-go dining options will be available. There is no indoor seating or dining.

  • To-go options will be available at all locations for eating outside.

  • All food service will have socially distanced lines. Menu will consist only of grab-and-go items (to include hot food).

  • New outdoor bar has been installed outdoors and will be serving drinks outdoors.

  • Indoor bar service will be available, but beverages must be taken outdoors and consumed in designated spaces.

  • You will not be able to eat your brown-bag lunch indoors. Please eat in your car.

  • The Garage is open for outside seating.



  • Liftlines have been re-designed to keep people 6 feet apart.

  • Guests will be asked to self-group and load the chair with their traveling party. Lift attendants will not require guests to ride a chairlift with people they do not know.

  • Parties not traveling together can load two at a time on triple chair. Double chair will carry a single rider. Please wear a face covering.


Rentals are available. A limited number of people will be allowed in the rental shop at one time. Staff will wear face shields in addition to masks. Skis and poles are stored in an outdoor container to decrease time spent indoors by guests.


  • For the health and safety of our employees and guests,  masks must be worn at all times.

  • Group gatherings in the parking lots will not be allowed. You must only congregate with your immediate party.

  • Only parties that arrived at the ski area together can gather. Group sizes outdoors must be 10 or less. (This is subject to change pending state/county health guidelines.)



Mt. Spokane intends offer lessons with reduced class sizes. All students must wear a mask except while actively skiing.


Mt. Spokane adopted CDC guidelines including enhanced sanitation procedures designed to combat the transmission of COVID-19 for restrooms, door handles, counter tops, tables, chairs, benches and other high-touch surfaces. Alcohol-based sanitizer will be available for guests and employees at convenient locations to ensure proper hygiene.