News from Washington

Check out all the latest happenings at Washington ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Washington weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Washington ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Washington coverage from the entire ski season.
Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

Dirty 30: Bike Park Opening Dates

30 of the best ski resort bike parks across North America and when they plan to get down and dirty. Full Article

Snowiest Resort of the Week: 3.18-3.24 - ©Jay Peak

Snowiest Resort of the Week: 3.18-3.24

In this edition of “Snowiest Resort of the Week” we highlight BC and the Pacific Northwest, where a series of storms created some unexpectedly deep spring conditions.

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Snowiest Resort of the Week: 3.11-3.17 - ©Smugglers' Notch

Snowiest Resort of the Week: 3.11-3.17

In this edition of “Snowiest Resort of the Week” we highlight the Northeast, where a little storm named "Stella" dropped more than 5 feet in the last seven days.

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  • Northway At Crystal Opens Up 1,300 Acres

    The new lift opens up 77 percent more terrain at the Washington ski area. Full Article

    3rd September 2007

  • Stevens Pass Ready Under The Lights

    Ski under the lights five nights a week. Full Article

    27th August 2007

  • Want To Work At Mt. Baker?

    Here's your chance to work at a ski resort this winter. Full Article

    27th August 2007

  • Crystal Mountain Spring Fling

    It's Spring Fling Weekend at Crystal Mountain this weekend, March 31-April 1. Plan on getting a little crazy this weekend and enjoying the famed Slush Cup and Jiggle Jump; you've never seen so much Jell-O in one place. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Baker Begins Wind Down

    This is the last full week to get your kicks and grabs in at Mt. Baker during the week. The mountain will close for mid-week operations but will remain open on weekends while the snow lasts. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Save Serious Scratch at 49 North

    If you buy a season pass for 2007/08 at Washington's 49 Degrees North you'll save some serious scratch and be able to ride for the rest of this season free. Next year's passes are going for $269, which is more then 50 percent off the regular rate. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Washington Areas See More Snow

    The Washington ski areas are still getting new snow and - this morning - lovely spring conditions with locals ready for a day of skiing and riding under clear skies. More snow is forecast and conditions change quickly, as you know, but it's a nice morning in Washington state. Full Article

    21st March 2007

  • White Pass Still Waiting

    More than 20 years after the Washington Wilderness Act removed 800 acres for ski development in exchange for 23,000 acres of wilderness and there has yet to be any real movement in the attempt to expand the skiable terrain at Washington's White Pass. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • K2 USA Moves to Seattle

    K2 USA has decided to kick it completely in Seattle, recently announcing that full operations will be moved to a facility near its Washington-based corporate headquarters. Full Article

    6th March 2007

  • Rider Killed in Avalanche Off of Crystal

    Sadly, at around 3 p.m. Saturday a skier was buried in an avalanche and killed while riding in an out-of-bounds area off of Crystal Mountain ski resort and within the boundary of Mount Rainier National Park. Full Article

    26th February 2007

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