Crystal Mountain is located in the Cascade Range in the northeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park, southeast of Seattle. It's the largest ski area in Washington with a total of 2,600 acres and over 50 named runs. Over $30 million has been invested in the area over the past decade. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
This ski area is home to the world's greatest recorded snowfall in one season. Mt Baker is known for its challenging inbound routes as well as surrounding backcountry opportunities. Driving time from Seattle is 2 hours 30 minutes. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Snoqualmie is located about 40 minutes from Seattle, Washington. The resort consists of four areas including Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central and Summit East. Combined together, the base areas serve a total of 18 chairlifts and 6 surface lifts. Alpental is know for its backcountry terrain and some of the steepest runs in the area. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
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. Resort Overview · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map
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. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map
The Methow Valley Sport Trails Association. The trail system includes over 200 kilometers of cross country ski trails in the winter months, and is recognized as one of the finest trail systems in North America for nordic skiing.