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About MRST

Ski-Stars-StumpMRSEF is a non-profit organization (501.c.3) dedicated to providing high quality training and competition experience to skiers. We create athletes that are competitive at all levels of competition through high quality coaching, and premier training facilities. We strive to create an environment of healthy competition, sportsmanship and character development while still having fun. We believe that family support and participation is essential in achieving these goals.

The Mission

MRST equips athletes with skills to reach their full potential in competition and in life.


MRST aspires to partner with athletes and parents creating a passion for skiing in a supportive environment that fosters character development and skiing skills to pursue each athlete’s potential.


Cultivate sportsmanship and comradery through a culture of mutual respect, safety, fun and teamwork.

A Little History

Established in 1967, has a long lustrous history. The club is recognized throughout the United States and Canada for developing athletes from the beginning level racer to the U.S. Ski Team . The program has prided itself in helping develop not only talented racers, but also quality citizens who continue to contribute to their local communities.

In 2006, we incorporated as the Mission Ridge Ski Education Foundation (MRSEF). As a non-profit (501.c.3), all donations are tax deductible.

Team Goals

Ski racing is all about having fun, learning new skills, and skiing fast. In skiing like any sport, to reach the highest level takes talent, dedication, a strong work ethic, parental support, team support, good equipment, and the desire to improve. MRST is a program that provides all the coaching and technical support necessary to allow athletes to reach their goals whatever they may be. At MRST we provide the structure and encouragement for the realization of individual goals.

MRST Testimonials

“By going away to races, you learn self-help skills. You also are able to get out and start seeing the rest of the world and meeting different people in different walks of life. You get to know kids from other schools. The kids I met as a fourth-grader are still friends of mine today.”

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Contact Us

MRSEF Office: Directions »
25 N. Wenatchee, Ave. Suite 112
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Phone: (509) 888-2372

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