Washington Ski Resorts

Washington's ski resorts are located toward the north of the state many within driving distance of Seattle. Crystal Mountain, southeast of Seattle in the Mount Ranier National Park is the largest ski area in Washington. The Summit at Snoqualmie is just 40 minutes from Seattle and consists of four areas combined together. One of those areas, Alpental is home to some of the most challenging terrain in North America. Mount Baker holds the world's greatest recorded snowfall for one season. On the eastern side of the state Mt. Spokane offers 2,000 foot vertical and over 1,425 skiable acres.
Crystal Mt. Hotels - Apres Ski
Ski in/out accommodations and after ski food and beverage. Select from 3 distinct slopeside hotels and fine dining. Don't miss the Snorting Elk Cellar Apres Ski.
Luxury Getaways - Accommodations at Mt. Baker
From mountain chalets to waterfront lodges, Luxury Getaways offers overnight accommodations in newly built vacation homes located in the heart of the Mt. Baker Recreational Area.
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1851 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 82 trails, 2325 skiable acres
Resort located in Colville National Forest, on the slopes of Chewelah Peak and approximately 50 miles north of Spokane, Washington.
1780 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 10 trails, 300 skiable acres
Find information on lift rates, rentals and ski schools for this ski area in Washington. Offering 1,240 vertical feet with 10 major runs ranging from beginner to expert.
2250 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 36 trails, 2000 skiable acres
Day and night skiing approximately 12 miles from Wenatchee, Washington. Top elevation 6,820 ft with a vertical rise of 2, 250 ft.
0 ft vertical, 1 lifts, 0 trails, 80 skiable acres
A family-oriented ski club at Snoqualmie Summit,Washington. One of the oldest ski clubs in Washington, it has its own 14,500 sq. ft. lodge with 85 acres and private rope tows.
2 lifts, 2 trails
The Leavenworth Winter Sports Club facilitating winter recreation in the beautiful Bavarian village of Leavenworth, Washington.
800 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 10 trails
Ski area located in the Olympic National Park. 17 miles from Port Angeles, Washington. With a summit elevation of 5,240 feet, there is generally an annual snowfall of 400-plus inches.
1125 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 24 trails, 400 skiable acres
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.
1500 ft vertical, 8 lifts, 40 trails
Alpine ski on the crest of the Washington Cascades or cross country on the 18km double track.