Let's All Come Together To Make This Winter Work

We will be opening for the 2020/21 Season as soon as Mother Nature delivers as we enter into our 70th Anniversary Season of Skiing + Riding at Dodge Ridge.

We encourage you to visit the site regularly. We will continue to update this page as we complete our operational plans for the season. You can also sign up to receive email communications this season from the DodgeRidge.com homepage.

Our sport is well positioned amid this health crisis as skiing and riding takes place on vast, open mountains with skiers and riders wearing goggles, gloves, and face coverings. We are fully prepared to modify operations to accommodate necessary changes to our operational plans, policies and protocols to meet required health guidelines. The health and safety of our employees, guests and community is our top priority. Our dedication to skiing and riding is paramount and we’re committed to providing the highest level of safety measures in order to keep the mountain open.

As a family owned, family loved and family built resort, we have a reputation for taking good care of our skiing and riding community. We will address any issues arising from a serious COVID -19 disruption.

For this upcoming winter, our commitment is to remain true to our core purpose, delivering a fabulous skiing and riding experience on a beautiful, snow-covered mountain.

Here’s to a winter well-deserved for all of us...


Shared Responsibility for Safety - It is up to every individual, both ski area employees and guests, to do their part to help protect the health and safety of our skiing and snowboarding community. Following requirements to mitigate the risk of infection is part of the social contract between ski area operator and guest.

In addition to our operational plan we have been working with the ski industry, led by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) and Ski California to create a set of shared, consistent operational guidelines. Much of what you see implemented at Dodge Ridge you will see throughout the industry.

Read NSAA's Ski Well-Be Well Guidelines

We’re asking our guests for their assistance and support in implementing these health and safety guidelines for everyone’s benefit:
  • Maintain 6 feet of physical distancing
  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water
  • Face Coverings are Required whenever physical distancing cannot be achieved. This includes both indoor and outdoor spaces, except when eating or drinking.
  • Stay at home if you are at risk or sick.
  • We ask that you help  us ensure everyone’s safety by following all resort posted signs, policies and procedures.

Mountain Access, Day Passes and Season Passes


Reservations are not required for our 2020/21 Season Passholders during the upcoming season. We will be monitoring capacity and limiting parking throughout the season.