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Washington Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Washington.

Ski Areas in Washington


Badger Mountain Ski Area

A small but incredibly fun locals ski area that is located on the northeastern flank of Badger Mountain. Enjoy a plethora of natural snow plus great terrain that is just waiting to be explored. Open to lovers of deep powder, Badger Mountain is ideal for a great day of perfect snow and no lift lines!

Mt. Baker Ski Area

Mt Baker Ski Area sits at the edge of the wilderness in the heart of the Northern Cascades of Washington State. Surrounded by wilderness area, national park and spectacular rugged mountains, the scenic setting of the ski area is uniquely beautiful. With steep chutes, natural half-pipes, canyons and plenty of tree skiing, Mt Baker is not a "ski rink" it is a mountain. From I-5, take Exit 255 and follow the Mt Baker highway (Highway 542) 56 miles to the ski area.

Echo Valley Family Ski Area

Located in the heart of the Sawtooth wilderness, Echo Valley is a family resort with terrain and lessons to suit beginner to expert skiers and snowboarders. Nestled against Chelan Mountains, Echo Valley is a privately owned nonprofit resort that was formed to provide affordable skiing for Chelan Valley Skiers and winter visitors. Operation depends upon local participation from volunteers within the community. With 3000 feet of vertical, Echo has enough steeps to keep everyone…

Hurricane Ridge Ski Area

The Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area is located in the beautiful Olympic National Park. At almost a mile high, Hurricane Ridge offers spectacular winter recreation and activities on the North Olympic Peninsula, and features winter vistas unmatched anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. This is a small, family oriented ski area, offering to Olympic Peninsula residents and visitors a quality winter sports experience, without the high cost and congestion of most ski areas. The Ridge boasts…

Loup Loup Ski Bowl

How many areas do you get to know everyone by their first names? How many areas can you and your children enjoy some of the best snow in Eastern Washington? The Loup Loup Ski Center is one of those areas. Located mid-way between Twisp and Omak on Highway 20, the Loup Loup is just a short 30 minute trip from the winter playland of the Methow Valley, and provides all of the fun and security of a private ski hill without all the cost. Offering 1,240 vertical feet with 10 major runs ranging…

Leavenworth Ski Hill

Since 1928 the Leavenworth Winter Sports Club has been facilitating winter recreation in the beautiful Bavarian village of Leavenworth, WA. Just north of town, on Wenatchee National Forest property, the Leavenworth Ski Hill, offers downhill skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and a ski jumping facility on two groomed hills serviced by rope tows. It is open four days a week (three of which include night skiing) and all school holidays. Food, beverages and warmth are available at the…

Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park

Located just 23 miles from Spokane, MtSpokane Ski Area is a great place to hit the slopes for alpine fun. Known for it's tremendous amount of snowfall, Mt Spokane is always ready with a good base and the prosepect of more snow to come. Near the mountain summit just above the top of Chair #1, the Vista House is open on weekends and holidays. After undergoing an extensive renovation, the 1934 vintage CCC building is a rustic, warm-hearted spot for a refreshing beverage and snack…

White Pass Ski Area

White Pass, located in Washington's breathtaking Cascade Mountains, is a place blessed with abundant snowfall and unspoiled beauty. It has a wide variety of terrain for all abilities, a ski school with programs for everyone and places to relax and enjoy good times after the day is over. What really makes it special though, is the friendly, family-oriented atmosphere. It's what makes White Pass a ski and snowboard paradise. The White Pass experience starts with a bountiful snowfall…

The Summit at Snoqualmie

The Summit at Snoqualmie is located in the heart of the MtBaker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee National Forests and consists of four areas: Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central and Summit East. The terrain at Alpental lends itself to skiers of all abilities. There are gentle slopes for beginners, long cruising runs for the intermediate skier and super steep chutes and bowls for expert skiers. At Alpental, you will find 2,280 feet of exhilarating vertical, 750 acres of sensational backcountry…

49° North Mountain Resort

Consistently voted the region's best family resort, 49° North Mountain Resort (just "49" to the regulars) truly offers adventures for everyone. Wide-open groomed runs, moguls, desert-dry powder, and hundreds of acres of legendary tree skiing. The summit of Chewelah Peak offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and ranges, and nearly 1,900 vertical feet to the base area and lodge facilities. Located on 1.9 million acres within the beautiful Colville National Forest, 49 is a…

Ski Bluewood Resort

Located in the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington state, Bluewood is the state's secret powder stash. The grooming is top notch and the tree skiing some of the best in the Northwest. Because Bluewood is located in a heavily timbered north-facing bowl, it gets good snow and holds it. With the state's second highest base elevation of 4,545 feet, and a top elevation of 5,670 feet, the area gets an average of 300 inches of snowfall annually. Bluewood has a run for everyone,…

Stevens Pass Ski Area

Stevens Pass Ski Area is located on the crest of the Cascade Range and receives abundant and frequent snowfalls. Cool air often drifts from the eastern slope of the range, through the Stevens Pass area, keeping the snow relatively dry. The winter weather is usually comfortable, with temperatures often in the mid-20s. Two national forests -- Mt Baker-Snoqualmie on the west side of the crest and the Wenatchee National Forest on the east -- consist of predominantly Pacific Silver Fir,…

Mission Ridge Ski Area

Mission Ridge is on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains in central Washington, only 12 miles from the recreationally-oriented town of Wenatchee. Wondering what makes Mission Ridge different from every other ski area in Washington? It's the snow, sunshine and guest services. No other ski area in Washington receives as much acclaim for the quality of its snow as Mission Ridge does. Mission Ridge's dry snow and 300 days of yearly sunshine are known throughout the Northwest for…

Crystal Mountain Resort

Crystal Mountain is nestled in the shadow of 14,408-foot Mt Rainier, and offers stunning views of Mt Rainier from the summit. It is famous for the cold Cascade storms that can dump several feet of fresh snow anytime from November through April. With more than 2,600 acres of fabulous skiing and 3,100 vertical feet, you will find every kind of skiing you can imagine. Although expert skiers are attracted to the area for its rugged terrain and deep snow, less advanced skiers should not be…