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Snowy history

Ski Mor was a ski resort built by the Schafer family in the Chester Hills area near the end of 44th Avenue in the Spokane Valley. This photo was taken in the mid 1930’s. It had a nice lodge with a big fireplace, two ski jumps and a toboggan run. Photo courtesy Spokane Valley Heritage Museum (Photo courtesy Spokane Valley Heritage Museum / The Spokesman-Review)
Ski Mor was a ski resort built by the Schafer family in the Chester Hills area near the end of 44th Avenue in the Spokane Valley. This photo was taken in the mid 1930’s. It had a nice lodge with a big fireplace, two ski jumps and a toboggan run. Photo courtesy Spokane Valley Heritage Museum (Photo courtesy Spokane Valley Heritage Museum / The Spokesman-Review)

In honor of the white stuff currently on the ground, here' s a look back at the Ski Mor, a ski resort built by the Schafer family in the Chester Hills area near the end of 44th Avenue in the Spokane Valley. The photo was taken in the mid 1930’s. The resort had two ski jumps and a toboggan run. The photo is courtesy Spokane Valley Heritage Museum.




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