April 2, 2010 in City

Skiers carve free at some NW resorts

By The Spokesman-Review
 

Lookout Pass Ski Area has offered the last four days of its ski season free to everyone who shows up.

In a deal that started Thursday, Lookout, located on the Idaho/Montana state line at Interstate 90, is offering free lift tickets to everyone, through the last day of its season on Sunday.

Lookout joins 49 Degrees North in offering free skiing during the last week of the ski season. With snow predicted today and tonight, skiers and snowboarders could be riding free on a fresh blanket of powder.

Mt. Spokane is offering $10 lift tickets through Saturday, its projected closing date.

With the exception of Schweitzer Mountain in Sandpoint, all of the Inland Northwest’s ski resorts — which also include Silver Mountain in Kellogg — expect to close this weekend. Schweitzer is planning an April 11 close date.


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