ASHLAND, Ore. — Mt. Ashland proudly announced today that they will re-open to the public tomorrow—Friday, February 24 at 9 a.m. The ski area says that they have gotten 13 inches of snow in the past week.
Windsor, Comer, and Sonnet lifts will be open, but the Ariel chair and upper mountain will remain closed unless the mountain received more snow. The ski area hopes to stay open until the end of April, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. five days per-week, closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. They boast that they will be open through Oregon's Spring Break, from March 24 through April 1, seven days per-week.
A statement from Mt. Ashland cautioned that the Windsor lift will be for experts only, due to terrain.
Mt. Ashland will hold their Mid-Winter Jam event on Friday, March 2, the Big Mountain Bash on March 17, and their Dummy Downhill on March 18.
The ski area is operated by a nonprofit organization, the Mt. Ashland Association, formed in 1992.
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