1. Mt Spokane History CCC

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    In 1939, with a federal grant of $58,000, work began on the Mount Spokane Lodge, which opened in October 1940. It was a cozy and functional building of hand-peeled logs and cut granite, again based on “principles of naturalistic design”. During this period, W. Weigle was parks superintendent and Charles Saunders parks architect. Materials were purchased through the CCC, but the actual construction was done by carpenters and masons from the area. The lodge offered guests a lounge, fireplaces, dining areas, dormitories, and waxing room for skis.

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    • Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park

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      Mt. Spokane is located only 28 miles from downtown Spokane, making driving time less than an hour for most residents of Spokane and surrounding areas. The ski area is situated inside Mt. Spokane State Park Mt. Spokane is open for night skiing EVERY Wednesday through Saturday night, from December 14th through March 9th. Night skiing begins at 3:30pm and runs until 9:30pm. That's a total of six hours of skiing & riding under the lights! What's even better than that is the fact that you can slide for six hours, under the lights, for just $20 bucks! Mt. Spokane’s Terrain Park features almost a mile of progression-oriented kickers, hits, jibs, and more for freestylers of all skill levels. The goal of our park is to provide safe features everyone can enjoy – from the first-timer to the experienced park rat. The Park starts at the top of Half Hitch and continues down Lamonga Pass.

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      • Mt. Spokane, WA 2011.03.23 The Plakes' Down Home Tour

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        Kimberly and Glen Plake make a surprise visit to a great NW mountain... Mt Spokane!

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        • Mt. Spokane, WA 2011.03 The Plakes' Down Home Tour

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          Kimberly and Glen Plake visit Mt. Spokane.

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