Mt. Ashland Snow Stomp

11/19/2016

11/19/2016

16:00 To 20:00

http://www.mtashland.com/event/snow-stomp/?instance_id=206

Event Description

It’s time to start the snow dances!

Please join us at the Mt. Ashland Lodge on Saturday, November 19 for our SNOW STOMP Party. We’ll have the cafe and bar open, live music, a fire on the Bar Deck, and raffle prizes including a $500 gift Certificate to the Rogue Ski Shop.

Season Passes will be on sale at our Fall Season Pass Sale pricing:

  • Adult (18-69) Season Pass: $399 ($100 off)
  • Junior (13-17) Season Pass: $349 ($100 off)
  • Youth (7-12) Season Pass: $199 ($50 off)

This is the last time we will offer discounts on 2016-17 Season Passes.

We will also be taking pass pictures and printing passes for those who have already purchased theirs.

We’ll light the fire about 4:00 and go until about 8:00.  See you there!

Raffle Prizes:

  • $500 Gift Certificate to the Rogue Ski Shop
  • $100 Destination Ashland Gift Certificate
  • More!

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