Bluewood is a family-friendly ski area just 54 miles northeast of Wall Walla in southeast Washington. This ski area occupies the second-highest base elevation in the state. Bluewood has a reputation of possibly having the best snow in the state as well as memorable tree skiing as well as snow-cat accessible terrain. The average winter season runs from early December through to early April.
Closest Town: Dayton, Washington
|Vertical Rise||1125 ft|
|Base Elevation||4545 ft|
|Summit Elevation||5670 ft|
|Annual Snowfall||300 inches|
|Number of Trails||24|
|Longest Run||2.25 miles / 3.6 km|
|Number of Lifts||3|
|High Speed Quad Chairs||0|
|Lift Capacity||3950 (skiers per hour)|
|Season 2018||Opened 12/22/17|
|Season 2016||12/24/15 to 04/03/16 (102 days)|
|Cross Country Skiing|
|Three terrain parks. The Twig - a progresssion park; The Roots - got it all park; and The Wood - freestyle park.|
Snow Reports and conditions for Bluewood.
Status: Plan to Reopen on Thursday January 18 (tomorrow)
Season Started: 12/22/17
Pricing last updated 11/02/17
Lower pricing reflects mid week, non-holiday rates. Ages 6 and under and 70+ ski free. College student w/ID and military discount rate.
Note: Pricing above is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.
Sorry, no discount lift tickets are current available for Bluewood
|Ski Lessons Available|