Tubing Gallery

That’s all folks! Just like that, the 2023/2024 season has come to a close. We’d like to thank our fantastic guests, staff, patrollers, and everyone else who helped to make this season another great one. Sure, the weather was a challenge (though let’s not forget we did get nearly 2’ of snow in a 5 day stretch in January 🤷‍♂️), but I can’t help but recall a whole lot of skiers, snowboarders, and tubers making the best of it day in and day out.

Fear not, snow will be making its return, and if it doesn’t, then we’ll just keep doing what we’ve been doing... Beefing up our snowmaking abilities and making winter happen whether Mother Nature wants us to or not. Enjoy the off-season and we’ll see you when the snow flies ❄️
Groomers are putting the pieces back together 🧱👷

Here’s the plan going forward. We’re going to stay closed this Friday 3/8 to give groomers one more day to work their magic and get as much terrain as possible prepped to open back up for the weekend. We’ll then be back open with regular hours this Saturday 3/9 & Sunday 3/10. After the weekend, we’re planning to be closed Monday 3/11 - Thursday 3/14 and then re-opening Friday 3/15 - Sunday 3/17 to close out the season. We’ll be losing some terrain since last weekend but the grooming staff is surprising themselves with how much they’re going to be able to salvage 🤘

Tickets for all remaining dates this season are available at discounted rates on our website. Our office staff is reaching out to issue refunds to anyone who pre-purchased for closed dates. For those who pre-purchased prior to the price drop, our office staff is reaching out give you some options.

Tubing will be open with regular hours 3/9 & 3/10. We’ll reassess Tube Town next week to determine if we can keep it open for the final weekend of the season.

Bonus days will be in effect every day that we’re open until the end of the season. This means all 23/24 Cascade season passes will be valid from open to close every day that we’re open from here on out ⛷️🏂
This recent weather sure has been something. High temps touched the mid-70s yesterday and we’re looking at some rain tonight.

After getting eyes on conditions this morning, we’re thinking that it’s going to take our groomers a little more time than just Tuesday night to put the hill back together. Because of this, we’re going to remain closed beyond the formerly set re-opening date of Wednesday 3/6 and focus our efforts on getting the hill in the best shape possible for the weekend. The current plan is to re-open on Friday 3/8, but we’ll be reconvening on Wednesday to make sure that we won’t need to push that back to Saturday. Continue to keep an eye on our website and social accounts for additional updates on hours and closures.
Taking a look ahead at next week, which looks like it’ll be starting out warm and rainy, we’ll be closed on Monday 3/4 & Tuesday 3/5. We’ll then be re-opening on Wednesday 3/6 with regular hours AND some discounted mid-week tickets 👀

Bonus Day’s for season passholders will be beginning on Wednesday 3/6! That means all of our season passes, whether a platinum, silver, or night pass, will be valid all day every day that we’re open from 3/6 through the end of the season!

Mother Nature may be trying to tell you to hit the golf course, but we’ve still got some spring skiing left in us ❄️ This crew is as determined as ever to keep you skiing until St Patrick’s Day 🍀
Keep your eyes peeled for coconuts while you’re riding this Saturday, they’re filled with prizes 🥥
 
10 coconuts will be hidden on hill for this Saturday’s Cascade Luau. If you find one, crack it open and see what you won! Coconuts will contain vouchers for prizes like free tunes in the tech shop, gift cards, and 1 Gold Season Pass for the 2024/2025 season!
 
All coconuts will be hidden in easily accessible, open areas, meaning that there’s no need to check closed areas when hunting.
 
Hints and updates about the remaining coconuts will be given out on our Instagram story throughout the day. 

Vouchers must be redeemed at the main office in the Peak Lodge on March 2nd to receive your prize. Must have a valid lift ticket to participate. Happy hunting 🌴

Full event details at the link in our bio.
A look at our demo lineup for this weekend’s Cascade Luau 🎿 Stop out this Saturday, March 2nd from 9am-4pm to test out some skis or boards from Rossignol, Nitro, Head, and BPM. Our Tech Shop will also be demoing and selling a limited selection of equipment from Rossignol, Head, and K2 ⛷️🏂 

Full event details at the link in our bio.
Quite the roller coaster of a weather pattern on the horizon. To preserve these awesome conditions we’ve been hanging onto, we’ll be closed on the 65 degree Tuesday ahead of us (2/27). Here comes the drop in that roller coaster 🎢 We’ll be closed this Wednesday (2/28) as temps will be dropping nearly 50 degrees overnight 🥶 This kind of temperature drop will flash freeze the snow and create some unfavorable conditions (and a real headache for our groomers).

The good news is, once those temps drop, we’re looking at a nice long snowmaking window which we’ll be taking full advantage of. By the time we’re back open on Thursday 2/29, the groomers and snowmakers will have this place in great shape as we head into our 3rd to last weekend of the season ❄️
Little dusting of natural to mix with tonight’s manmade ❄️
It’s that time of year, time to plan ahead and take advantage of the biggest discounts on 2024/2025 season passes! Perks of being a passholder you ask?

✅ Hill access even on sold out dates
✅ No need to pre-purchase your ticket
✅ Up to 20% off all Tech Shop services
✅ $1 off all tap beers at the Peak & Daisy Bar
✅ Up to 5 free 12 and under tickets each time you ski
✅ A home hill with less waiting and more skiing - limited daily ticket sales remain here to stay!

Don’t wait, prices increase on March 18th. Link in bio to see the deals ⛷️🏂
Slope side 🍗 & 🧇 courtesy of the Waffle Window

Pro tip: get the hot honey syrup 🍯
Little bit of fresh stuff mixed in this morning ❄️

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