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Breaking Down Our Season Pass Pricing

Every year, when April comes, Mt. Ashland launches its season pass sale for the next season.  It's an important piece of the mountain's operations each year, as the proceeds from the early sale fund the fixed expenses of the ski…

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Windsor’s False Start

First of all, I want to thank everyone for coming up on our opening day! The parking lot filled on this Thursday early in the morning. It was really awesome to see the thousands of you that came up to…

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Where is the Snow?

Throughout December many of you, like me, were glued to the forecast and in despair as the days went by and Mother Nature didn't help us out with early season snow.  Now, almost a week into January we are seeing…

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Meet Our Newest Board Member: Katharine Cato

Katharine grew up in New Hampshire with a love for skiing and the outdoors. After earning her Bachelor’s degree at the University of NH, she moved to Oregon to ski the Pacific Northwest.  Her professional path has included sales, marketing,…

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Reviving Part of Our Past

It has been exciting to launch our 60th anniversary "Elevate Mt. Ashland" vision, and with it the first new chairlift in over 30 years.  The Lithia Chairlift is more than just a new chair, it is the revival of our…

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Meet Our Newest Board Member: John “Jeb” Reid

Born in Boston, Dr. John “Jeb” Reid was raised in Massachusetts and grew up skiing the Berkshire and Green Mountains of New England.  After college he moved to Lake Tahoe and worked at Squaw Valley (Tahoe Palisades) for two winters…

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