ASHLAND, Ore.- Skiing season is coming to an end. There are only three more days to go up to Mt. Ashland this season. This year due to Covid-19, the mountain actually saw an increase in attendance. The General manager for Mt. Ashland said that the resort typically sees 70 thousand people per season, but this season they saw over 100,000 people.
Dummy Downhill will start tomorrow, if you have not signed up yet, registration ends at 11am at the mountain. Starting next Sunday, April 18th, Mt. Ashland will hold it's annual ACCESS Ski & Ride Against Hunger Day. If you bring 5 cans or more of un-perishable canned foods, you will receive a free ticket up to $52 dollars.
Mt. Ashland is hoping to break the record of 104,744 people by the end of next Sunday, which will be their last day for this season. However, the 2021-2022 season passes are now on sale.
For more information on season passes, ACCESS Ski & Ride Against Hunger Day or Dummy Downhill, click here.