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Moonlight Dine & Ski

Sat, Feb 8

Time: 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Saturday, February 8th is a full moon! Join us for Mt. Bachelor’s Moonlight Dine & Ski and watch the sun set and moon rise over the Cascade Range, followed by a gourmet three-course dinner and an escorted ski down from Pine Marten Lodge on a freshly groomed run beneath the moonlight. Limited to 96 guests and $75 per person, everything is included in the price: the three-course meal, two complimentary beverages and gratuity.

This experience is exclusive to season pass holders ages 21 and older. Spaces go quickly, we encourage you to  call 541-382-1709 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to make a reservation .

  • Prepayment of the full $75 amount (per person) is required at the time of reservation. A 100% refund will apply if a cancellation occurs by 4:00 p.m. on February 5 (72 hours prior to the event). There will be no refund for any reservation cancelled after 4:00 p.m. on February 5.
  • This event is exclusive for our season pass holders. Everyone in the party must have a Full Season Pass, an Outplay 365 Pass, or another season pass type that allows for unlimited lift access during the 2019-20 winter season.
  • Everyone in the party must be age 21 or older.
  • Participants must be strong intermediate skiers/riders or better - the concluding run will be groomed for this event, but low-light conditions will exist.
  • Space is limited to the first 96 seats reserved. We will create a wait-list once the initial 96 slots are filled.



Lamb Rilettes, Brioche, Fennel Creme Fraiche

Date "Rumaki" with Mountain Smoked Bacon {GF}

Artisan Cheese, Fig Jam, Quince Paste, Mostarda, Toast Points {V}

Tostones, Smoked Tomato Aioli, Fines Herbes {V}


Frisee with Pea Shoots, Grilled Artichokes, Shaved Grana Padano, Pepitas, Piquillo Pepper Vinaigrette {V,GF}


Mixed Grill Trio: Natural Flat Iron Steak with Sweet Potatoes and Chimichurri; Salmon and Arugula Coulibiac with Sweet Onion Soubise; Seared Sea Scallop with Rosemary Creamed Corn

Vegetarian Option (prior request only, please): Ricotta Gnocchi with Garden Carrots, Charred Kale, Valencia Almonds, Saffron Cream


A selection of sweet dessert options


4:30 p.m. - Pine Marten lift opens for uploading; check-in begins at the base of Pine Marten lift

4:45 p.m. - Appetizers and beverages available in Pine Marten Lodge

4:50 - 5:24 p.m. - Sun sets at Mt. Bachelor and Full Moon Rises

5:00 p.m. - Pine Marten lift closes for the day; all guests must have loaded by this time

5:30 p.m. (approximately) - Three-course dinner begins

7:15 p.m. - The ski down begins. Mt. Bachelor guides will escort guests down a groomed run in groups of approximately 16 at a time

8:00 p.m. (approximately) - The last group arrives back in West Village


Can a non-pass holder attend?
This event is for winter season pass holders only. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate non-skiers or those with other lift ticket types. With only 96 seats available, we want this event to be enjoyed by our season pass holders exclusively.

What two beverages are included, and can I purchase more?
The package price includes two drink tickets, valid to redeem for a pint of beer and/or a glass of wine. Soft drinks and water are also available. Additional alcoholic beverages will not be sold.

Will I be able to get back to Skyliner or Sunrise parking afterwards? 
No, since the guided ski/snowboard route down the mountain will end at our West Village base area. Please park at West Village when you initially arrive at the mountain.

Can I take the chair down after dinner?
The chairlift will not be available for downloading. Except in case of emergency, the only way down the mountain after dinner will be via skiing or snowboarding along a designated route, accompanied by Mt. Bachelor guides.

Can I ski any run I want going down?
Safety is our top priority and all attendees will be with a guided group down from Pine Marten Lodge on a designated route only, one that has been freshly groomed.

Are headlamps provided?
No, but you can bring one you feel it would feel more comfortable.

What about the weather?
The event will proceed regardless of the weather or ski conditions. If Mt. Bachelor management determines that there is a safety issue or if there are unforeseen circumstances compromising the success/safety of the event, Mt. Bachelor's management has the right to cancel the event. If such a cancellation decision is made, all guests will be notified as soon as reasonably possible and a will receive a full refund.