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Hello Ski Park Friends,
This is Coyote Joe!! This is going to be our mountain dispatch page keeping you up to date with what goes on at Mt. Shasta Ski Park. Winter is fast approaching and will let you know when we get close to opening. Until then…..Think Snow!!
Fall is right around the corner which means winter is not far behind! We are hoping for a bounce back season and plenty of white stuff to hit the ground. Currently our Season Pass Sale is in effect and will be going until October 31st! Adult passes are only $299 for an entire season of [...]Posted in Events | Comments Off November 12, 2012
The winter season is fast approaching and Mt. Shasta Ski Park is looking to fill key positions for 2014/15. Those positions include Marketing, Office Team Leader and Children’s Coordinator in the Learning Center. Mt. Shasta Ski Park also has plenty of entry level positions open for the upcoming season. Please contact the downtown office (530)-926-8600 [...]Posted in Events | Comments Off April 23, 2012
Check back for our summer activitiesPosted in Uncategorized | Comments Off November 18, 2011
Mt. Shasta Ski Park will allow season pass holders for the 13-14 season to roll their passes over to next years season (14-15). To process the rollover, season pass holders need to contact the downtown office. There will be a small administrative fee to have the pass rolled over to the next season. This rollover [...]Posted in Events | Comments Off June 2, 2011
Northern California’s Mt. Shasta Ski Park in Shasta, Calif., took the prize for Best Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month in its category. Shasta, which celebrated its 25th anniversary during the 2010/11 season, is located about 60 miles south of the Oregon border and has a strong customer base in both states.
Affordable packages with free [...]
An Oregon-based timber company’s request to allow development on a 771-acre plot high on a slope leading to Mt. Shasta is just a backup plan.
Plan A is to trade the land with the U.S. Forest Service for more than a square mile of woods east of Mt. Shasta Ski Park, allowing for logging and the [...]