Mt Spokane

Friday, January 31, 2020 – Monday, February 3, 2020

The Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park has almost 60 km (37 miles) of trails that range from easy to difficult. The main Selkirk Lodge has indoor plumbing, water, and tables. The Nova Hut has a wood stove and tables, and is a great destination or a resting point on the way to the far trails.  Trails are groomed nightly, Wednesday through Sunday depending on sufficient snow base and other circumstances.  The Cross-Country Ski Park and the Selkirk Lodge opens daily at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 10:00 pm.

Parking – A Sno Park Permit and a Special Groomed Trails Permit sticker are required for each vehicle, and are good for all passengers in the vehicle.  Drivers are responsible for the Sno Park Permit. Riders will share the cost of the Special Groomed Trails Permit. The SGTP will stay with the driver after the trip is completed. The Snow Park Permit and SGTP contribute to a State fund that pays for snow plowing of roads and parking lots, the trail groomer and groomer operator, and other State Park winter maintenance expenses.

Housing – Oxford Suites at 15015 E Indiana Avenue, Spokane Valley, WA 99216. Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at (509) 847-1000 and mentioning Lynn Alderson Ski Group in order to obtain the negotiated group rate. Rate includes room and taxes for $375.60. All reservations are due by Friday, 1/1/2020, after which rooms that are not reserved will be returned to general inventory and the discounted group rate will no longer be offered. Cancelations must be made 48 hours before arrival. Ski Group guests must secure a cancellation number from the reservations agent or Oxford Suites cannot guarantee a credit will be issued.

Amenities – Full Hot Breakfast Buffet. Evening Reception featuring appetizers and your choice of wine, beer or soft drinks; On-site Restaurant & Lounge Oxford Riverside Bistro available nightly from 4:00 pm until 9:30 pm; Parking; Indoor Pool, Spa, Sauna, Steam Room and more.

Meals – Oxford Suites provides breakfast on site. Lunch will be on your own, so bring food for it. At night, the group will decide where to eat. There are many restaurants in the area and/or a light meal is offered during OS nightly reception.

Coordinator – Lynn Alderson at 509-885-6342 or Please advise me if you plan to attend this trip and I will try to connect people with each other if you would like to share a room or would like to car pool.