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Ski Bluewood, located near Dayton in the Umatilla National Forest in southeast Washington State, can claim the state's second highest base elevation at 4,545 feet. It tops out at 5,670 feet. Annual snowfall averages 300 inches. Return you lift ticket by 11 a.m. and you'll get a voucher for another day, if you're not liking the current day.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/30/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/06/2013
Projected Days Open: 110
Days Open Last Year: 70
Years Open: 34
Average Snowfall: 300"
Pros: snooooow, poow, sunshine, variety
Cons: to many want to knock it.
Pros: nice powder,nice runs, good customer service, variety of difficulty
Cons: a little expensive, small, small lodge, slow lifts
Pros: short lines, great snow
Cons: short runs
Pros: Nice Light Powder, no lift lines
Cons: High Price, lousy service
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