Fresh snow brings a great season to a close

information provided, pictures courtesy of Josh X Peterson Photography

This is the final weekend for the season at Echo Valley Ski and Tubing Area. So if you haven’t gotten your fill of skiing, snowboarding and tubing at Echo Valley, there’s still a few days left to enjoy fresh powder at this family friendly ski hill.

The hill is open through Presidents Day (Monday, 2/15) from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. No reservations are necessary, you can purchase your tickets at the ticket office at the hill.  Tubes are provided at the tubing hill.  Please note that no personal sleds or saucers are allowed at the hill.  Please leave your dogs at home. The rental shop opens at 9:00 AM.  Concessions are for take out only, the lodge is closed.  All tows and the poma are operating, the hill has been groomed overnight.  Bring the whole family up for a final weekend at Echo Valley Ski and Tubing.

Spokesperson Shannon Byquist-Freels indicated that Echo Valley Ski and Tubing has had a great winter, with record capacity crowds contributing to a rewarding ski season and COVID-19 restrictions bringing its unique challenges.

Byquist-Freels thanked the community, board members, and club members for their participation and support. “The Chelan and Manson communities have done what they do best,” stated Byquist-Freels. “Ski club members, board members and community members have come together as volunteers to provide the extra help needed on the hill to take care of the influx of guests at Echo Valley.  A big thank you to everyone who stepped up and supported Echo Valley throughout the season.”

For more information, photos and videos, visit the Echo Valley website. Or follow them on Facebook