Washington Ski Resorts


Bluewood - Ideally situated in the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington you'll find Bluewood, one of the state's best kept secrets. Bluewood has the second highest base elevation in Washington State and is renowned for its clear skies and dry powder, while receiving an average snowfall of more the 300 inches annually.

Crystal Mountain - Crystal Mountain is located 12 miles northeast of Mount Rainier.  The resort offers 1,300 acres of  lift serviced terrain and 1,000 acres of backcountry terrain.

Mission Ridge Ski Area - Located in Wenatchee, Mission Ridge offers 2,200 feet of vertical drop and over 2,000 skiable acres.

Mount Baker Ski Area - Located in the Cascade mountains, Mount Baker offers an annual average snowfall of 647 inches and 1,500 feet of vertical drop.

Mt. Spokane - Located near Spokane, Mt. Spokane offers 1,500 skiable acres and 27 major runs.

White Pass Ski Area - Located 12 miles SE of Mt. Rainier National Park, White Pass averages 350 Inches of annual snowfall and 1,500 feet of vertical drop.

Stevens Pass Ski Area - Located 78 miles east of Seattle on scenic U.S. Highway 2, Stevens Pass receives abundant and frequent snowfall.  Stevens is located on two national forests, the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie on the west side of the crest, and the Wenatchee National Forest on the east.  The resort averages 450" of snowfall each year, covering 1,125 acres of skiable terrain, including 37 major runs and numerous bowls, glades and faces.

The Summit at Snoqualmie - The Summit-at-Snoqualmie sits 45 minutes east of Seattle in the heart of the Mt. Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest. The Summit consists of six base areas and offers the most night skiing/riding acreage in the United States. Considered one of the best areas to learn how to ski or ride, the Summit has a vast variety of terrain that accommodates all abilities and disciplines.

49 Degrees North - Continually voted the region's best family resort, 49 North Mountain Resort truly offers adventures for everyone. This traditional Northwest resort is blessed with wide-open groomed runs, moguls, desert dried powder, and hundreds of acres of legendary tree skiing. Surrounding the 1,265 acres of skiable terrain is the incredible Colville National Forest.