Mt. Shasta Ski Park Ski Resort

Overview

Mt. Shasta Ski Park is located about 6 miles south of California’s 14,162’ stratovolcano Mount Shasta, in the Cascade Mountain Range of North America’s Pacific Northwest. Mt. Shasta Ski Park has chairlifts running up to the top of Marmot Ridge, Douglas Butte and Coyote Butte, with summits of 6150,’ 6567,’ and 6880' respectively. Mt. Shasta Ski Park has terrain that caters to all abilities with 20% beginner, 55% intermediate and 25% advanced skiing spread out over 1,390’ of vertical and 425 acres of skiable terrain. In addition Mt. Shasta Ski Park benefits from 275” of annual snowfall, has 2 separate terrain parks of varying difficulty and allows night skiing on 14 trails accessed by 2 lifts.

Plenty of lodging is available in the nearby villages of Mt. Shasta, Dunsmuin and McCloud. Lodging includes hotels, vacation homes, and chalets.

Inside Scoop

Two dining areas with full lounge and bar. Ski and snowboard rental and lessons including children's programs. Race events, night skiing and snowmaking on 50 percent of all trails. Two terrain parks.

Plan Your Trip

Mt. Shasta Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

58"
37"
25"
13"
0"
0.7"
Nov
27"
Dec
48"
Jan
29"
Feb
26"
Mar
4"
Apr
0"
May

Total Lifts: 5

3
Triple Chairs
2
Surface Lifts

Elevation

6890'
Summit
1435'
Vertical Drop
5500'
Base

Important Dates

December 18, 20222022/12/18
Projected Opening
April 10, 20232023/04/10
Projected Closing
130
Projected Days Open
140
Days Open Last Year
37
Years Open
300"
Average Snowfall
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