Winter is wrapping up here in the Inland Northwest but the fun isn’t over yet. There is still plenty of skiing and inter-tubing to be done on the beautiful snow-kissed mountains here in Spokane. The cool, crisp air and powdery white peaks are calling your name. Do you know what else is calling your name? Some killer cannabis strains from us here at Cinder. Today, we’re here to give you all the information you need to hit the slopes one last time this season before you hit the bong. Let us make that clear. We do not condone smoking before you head out and partake in any winter activities. Save the sesh for when you get home from shredding up on the slopes.
49 Degrees North Mountain Resort
Hours: Fri – Tue 9 am – 4 pm*
Snow Depth: Summit – 81″ | Base – 63″
*Hours subject to change due to weather
49 Degrees North lies just 50 miles north of Spokane off of Highway 295 in Chewelah, Washington. 49 Degrees North is Washington State’s 2nd largest ski resort! Here, there is plenty of fun to be had by the whole family. Whether you’re more into skiing, snowboarding, or it’s your first time up on the mountain, there’s no doubt that you’ll have a blast up at 49 Degrees North. In fact, 49 Degrees North offers lessons at their Snowsports School where first-time skiers and snowboarders can take lessons from certified instructors!
Mt.Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park
Hours: Sun – Tue 9 am – 4 pm & Wed – Sat 9 am – 9 pm*
Snow Depth: Summit – 59″ | Base – 42″
*Hours subject to change due to weather
Mt.Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park boasts 52 runs, 7 lifts, 1,700 skiable acres, and over 2,000 feet of elevation. It has even been voted #1 by readers of The Inlander for over 10 years in a row! This mountain is host to a variety of wintertime activities for adults and kids alike. One of their signature events is night skiing, where mountain goers can enjoy craft beer, fire pits, and a fun-loving community all under the stars on the snowy mountain top. Mt.Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park is also home to a Terrain Park. Here, adrenaline junkies can feel the thrill on the mountain with jumps, hits, rails, and more for freestylers of all levels.
Mt.Spokane Bear Creek Lodge
Hours: Reservation only
Also located on Mt.Spokane, Bear Creek lodge offers snow tubing alongside lodging up on the mountain. This lodge offers the closest snow tubing to Spokane residents with easy access on SR 206 at Mile Marker 15. Their tubing hill is 90 feet high and nearly 800 feet long, making it the largest in the Inland Northwest! They even keep the hill well-lit for some late-night tubing adventures. Bear Creek Lodge offers a laid-back experience with excellent parking and a less crowded environment.
Post-Adventure Strains & Products
Snow Leopard Live Resin by Buddies
Buddies’ live resin is made from whole flower. This flower is fresh frozen at harvest to preserve terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids in their live state. After that, the resin is extracted at subzero temperatures. This full-spectrum extract is packed with flavor. Snow Leopard tends to be indica-dominant and has a rich, tropical smell with woody undertones. This strain has a high that will creep up on you and leave you in a tranquil cloud of deep thought.
Snow Flake Cartridge by GreenRush
As botanical experts and scientific geeks at heart, the team at GreenRush believes that quality is a mixture of mathematical precision and expert art. They test every single thing they do so that they can reduce costs, increase quality, protect the environment, and enhance the customer experience from A to Z. When you smoke their Snow Flake cartridge, you know you’re getting a carefully crafted, high quality smoke that’ll leave you floating.
Northern Ice #6 Wax by Mountain Hi Cannabis
Ice is a hybrid marijuana strain that produces sedating effects accompanied by a body buzz. This strain has an aroma that smells like diesel. This is the ideal strain to smoke after tearing it up on the slopes because it will help you completely decompress and relax. Your tired body will thank you for smoking this strain after putting it through the wringer up on the mountain.
Tokyo Snow Flower by Sky High Gardens
This heady sativa hybrid is a breath of wintery forest breeze. Cooling menthol on the exhale will transport you right back to the mountain tops. Tokyo Snow is delicately floral with notes of pine and eucalyptus. This upbeat strain is the perfect way to end the day on a high note after all the fun you had up on the mountain.
Vanilla CBD+ Soap by Wildflower
If you went extra hard up on the slopes, there’s no doubt you may be a little sore and stinky when you come home. Add a little healing element to that bath or shower with Wildflower’s CBD+ Soap. This deliciously vanilla-scented bar soap won’t just get you squeaky clean, it’ll also give those aching muscles some much-needed TLC with the CBD that’s infused in this nifty little bar of soap. This face and body cleanser lathers into a soothing foam that improves skin softness and overall well-being.
Recovery Lotion by Ceres
In addition to sore muscles, you may be suffering from some ultra-dry skin after facing the elements up on the mountain top. Show your skin some love with Recovery Lotion by Ceres. This CBD-infused miracle in a jar has an energizing formula that increases the movement of localized blood flow. It also encourages the removal of toxins helping to decrease lactic acid and improve oxygen levels and energy metabolism.
Too tired to wait in line after hitting the slopes? Order online and pick it up from us today!
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Products listed are available at Cinder locations: Cinder North, 6010 N Division St, Spokane, Wa 99208; Cinder Downtown, 927 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201; and Cinder Valley, 1421 N Mullen Rd B, Spokane Valley, Wa 99206
This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit-forming. Which is to say, cannabis can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Therefore, do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. Furthermore, there may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. To sum up, keep out of the reach of children.