Ski Whitefish next winter! 2023/24 season passes, programs going on sale

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Don't miss our 16th annual Pond Skim coming up this Saturday, April 8, 2023!

This ski season is wrapping up, but it’s not too early to prepare for the next one!

Passes and programs for the 2023/24 ski season will be available at starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 5. That’s tomorrow!

Please note our Freestyle Teams and kids’ lesson programs, especially the Half Pints and Buckaroos, are in high demand. Space is limited and they fill up fast!

And check out our adult programs! These are a great option for anyone wanting to take their skiing or snowboarding to the next level.

Payment plans will be available for passes and programs. Parking permits for the Cedar lot will be available for purchase, and anyone who currently rents a seasonal locker or holds a Birch parking permit will be able to renew.

Don’t miss your spot or wait for prices to go up!

Click here for more info on passes, here for programs, here for Freestyle Teams and here for parking permits.

Please note our refund policy has changed!

In response to COVID-19 in 2020, we instituted a “no questions asked” refund policy for season pass purchases. Now that the country is back to less restrictive COVID policies, we’re returning to our pre-pandemic refund policy and no longer offering “no questions asked” refunds.

Beginning with 2023/24 season passes, the resort will make reasonable considerations for refund requests, including military deployment; an injury or medical condition with a note from a medical professional indicating a passholder cannot ski or ride; and if a passholder is required to move more than 150 miles out of the area.

Click here to read the full policy.

End the 2022/23 season with a splash!

The party isn’t over yet! Join us for spring skiing this week and don’t miss our 16th annual Pond Skim this Saturday, April 8.

Skiers and riders will rip across the pond for chance at cash prizes, with some taking an icy plunge. Costumes are mandatory for participants and highly encouraged for spectators!

Please note safety will be our top priority at this event and rowdy behavior will not be tolerated. That means no throwing snowballs at pond skimmers or spectators! We love hosting this event so please don’t spoil the fun.

Closing day is this Sunday, April 9. Let’s make the most of it!