Skip work on April 17th for a private ride day at Alpental, WA with evo

Crowds are the byproduct of a great snow year. They’re inescapable, especially for the weekend riders that don’t have the luxury of midweek riding. Our friends at evo feel your pain, that’s why they have partnered with Alpental and the Northwest Avalanche Center to give you a day of zero lift lines and all stoke.

Although the mountain is typically closed on Mondays, AWOL at Alpental are taking over for a day of demos, raffles, food, and beer to support the organization’s avalanche and mountain weather forecasting, avalanche education classes and the field observer program. Tickets starting at $150 are required to attend, but that price includes everything above and access to next year’s product from 12—15 of evo’s best brands.


Get your ticket here


The event is open to a maximum 300 people, so it would be better to get your ticket sooner than later. And if you really need an excuse, just remember that your hard-earned money is going towards a great cause: keeping people safe in the backcountry.

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