Welcome to 49 Degrees North Mountain Resort. Whether it’s your first time to the mountain or first time skiing or snowboarding, look below to learn all about what to expect on your first day!
Get ready for a great day of snow on the mountain and learn the tips and tricks for making your day as smooth as possible! During our normal operating schedule, the Lodge and Ticket Office open at 8:30am and lifts begin loading at 9am. See the current operating schedule to see the lift schedule and current ticket pricing.
When you arrive at the mountain, let our friendly Parking Attendants direct you to an open spot, then you can unload your gear and head towards the lodge to get ready for the outdoors. 49 Degrees North does not allow Skiing/Boarding in the parking lot and it is a 5 minute walk from the parking lot to the bottom of Chair 1.
Stop by the Ticket Office and Rental shop at the lower level or check in at the Ski & Snowboard School for your lesson. Once you have your lift ticket and are ready to hit the snow, head upstairs to the Quick Turn Cafe for a warm cup of coffee or hot chocolate before you head outside!
We know learning to ski or snowboard can be a little intimidating, so make your first day a success and opt to take a lesson through our Snowsports School! We have certified instructors and great deals, especially if you need to rent gear!
Lockers are located at the lower level of the main lodge. Large lockers are renewed each season, contact the business office at (509) 935-6649 x0 for more information and to get on the waitlist.
We are unable to allow bags to be left unattended inside the lodge. Please use your vehicle or our new day lockers located in the lowest level of the lodge.
You: To be successful on your first day, prepare yourself for an active day in potentially inclement weather. Get in shape before your first day on the mountain and know your physical limits. We never suggest “skiing yourself into shape” as this makes you prone to injuries and too short of days on the slopes. Bring plenty of water and snacks and remember to stay hydrated. Bring lots of layers to accommodate for all potential weather and don’t forget your sunglasses and sunscreen.
Your Equipment: Rent or purchase your own gear, and make sure it is specifically teched to your needs. Don’t borrow equipment from a friend or your parent’s basement and assume you can make it work. Every person is different, so make sure you are set up for success with the proper gear, safety equipment and settings. Stop by our Rental and Repair Shop for rental help, equipment evaluations and general assistance.