Skiing & Snowboarding in Seattle, WA

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  1. The Summit at Snoqualmie is just a short drive from Seattle and has four areas -- Summit West, Summit Central, Summit East, and Alpental -- offering something for everyone.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    43.5 miles
    Duration
    Half Day to Full Day
  2. Located in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Crystal Mountain has diverse terrain, which is great for skiers and boarders of all skill levels.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    60.5 miles
    Duration
    Half to full day
  3. Only about two hours from Seattle with a lot of annual snowfall, high elevations, and plenty of slopes and runs makes Stevens Pass a popular place for skiers and boarders of all levels.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    58.1 miles
    Duration
  4. White Pass resort is all about family: it's owned and operated by a family, and it's slopes are perfectly suited for all members of the family, especially the young'uns.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    75.6 miles
    Duration
    One to several days.
  5. Mt. Baker continues to set records for the amount of powder it continually receives. Skiers and boarders, you won't want to miss this prime winter sports destination.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    79.8 miles
    Duration
    One to several days
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