COMOX VALLEY March 14, 2017 – Mount Washington Alpine Resort leadership announced they are extending the 2016.17 winter season for one additional weekend. The Resort will close for daily operations on Sunday, April 2nd and will reopen for one additional weekend on Saturday, April 8th and Sunday, April 9th. Favourite seasonal events, The Dummy Downhill […]
COMOX VALLEY – January is the annual Rossignol Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month at Mount Washington. During the whole month, Mount Washington focuses on providing the opportunity for as many people as possible to get out and try winter sports by offering significant discounts on lessons, rentals, and lift tickets and by supporting the […]
Happy Saturday! What a difference a day makes! After getting absolutely inundated with snow over the last 24 hours, we’re happy to announce that our alpine operations will begin tomorrow at 9am. As the saying goes, better late than never! We’ve received over 60cms of new snow in the last 24 hours which brings our […]
To all Mount Washington Season Passholders, Believe us when we say we understand how frustrating the start of this season has been. We appreciate your business, your patience and your loyalty to Mount Washington Alpine Resort. We are happy to provide you with this opportunity to get on some snow before it arrives in earnest […]
Mount Washington Alpine Resort will open the Outback, the mountain’s steep and deep backside, this weekend. The move will give skiers and boarders access to 100 percent of the mountain’s alpine terrain. In addition to alpine, the resort also plans on opening an additional 27kms of its Nordic terrain, bringing the Nordic Centre to full […]
Ok, things are looking dialed! Our new opening day is Friday, November 30th with lifts spinning at 9am. After the next couple of snowfalls we will have a better idea of lift and terrain openings. Woohooo!! Our fourth early opening in a row, unbelievable!!
The Comox Valley Regional District is conducting an update to the Local Area Plan that includes the Mount Washington Area.
The Lift Maintenance crew at Mount Washington laughed nervously while looking at the long range weather forecasts on snow-forecast.com last weekend. With La Nina predictions in heavy circulation, the inevitable onslaught of snow and very wintery weather was coming, and coming in fast.
2011 marks 10 years of snowshoeing for The Yeti. We are very proud of what we have achieved but always want take it to the next level. New for 2011, The Yeti XC is offering Canada’s first Winter Duathlon.
Winter blasted Mount Washington again this week as Tuesday’s weather system dumped upwards of 50 centimetres of new snow on the mountain. The resulting conditions will allow the resort to open the popular Outback area tomorrow. “We will now have 100 percent of our terrain open for skiing and snowboarding this Friday,” says resort spokesperson […]