Winter Things To Do in Spokane
The winter climate brings chilly temperatures to Spokane, so bundle up and head out to winter events and features in the Greater Spokane region.
Grab your skis or board and head to the mountains for an exhilarating Spokane winter. Within 2 hours of Downtown Spokane, you can reach any one of the five ski resorts in the region. Enjoy the slopes, trails, and make friends and memories to last you until next ski season!
Did you know that Spokane has a vibrant wine scene? Spokane Cork District is made up of more than 23 wineries, wine cellars, and tasting rooms in three areas—Downtown Spokane, Mt. Spokane, and Spokane Valley. With most of the participating Cork District Wineries within walking distance of one another in Downtown, you can plan a leisurely trip to experience Spokane with the distinctive flavors of locally made, award-winning wine. Don’t miss out on the wineries farther away—catch a ride to the north while enjoying holiday events up at Green Bluff Farms, or venture to Spokane Valley for the wine cellars like those at Latah Creek and Arbor Crest. No matter where you go in Spokane’s Cork District, you can test your palate and purchase bottles of your favorites to take home! Grab your friends, check out the map and enjoy the wine scene in Spokane.
As part of Riverfront Park’s massive revitalization, the Numerica Skate Ribbon is now an excellent way to enjoy colder weather. Experience the first and currently only ice ribbon on the West Coast here in Spokane! Bring your crew and speed around the 650 feet of ice-skating pathway and take breaks to warm up near the cozy fire pits with piping hot cocoa from the Sky Ribbon Cafe.
Get the most of dining experiences in Spokane, Washington with Inlander Restaurant Week. Excellent local restaurants by the area’s premier chefs are part of this event by creating three-course prix fixe menus. All you need to do is peruse the participating restaurants, explore their menus, and make your dining plans.