Ski Resorts in the Pacific Northwest Region

The Pacific Northwest has perhaps the most diverse ski environment in North America. Washington state and Oregon are home to ski resorts that boast spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains. Find information about top ski resorts in the Pacific Northwest here.

Destinations in the Pacific Northwest

Mount Bachelor

Bend, OR

  • Vertical Drop 3,365 ft
  • Skiable Area 3,700 ac
  • Average Snowfall 462 in

Crystal Mountain

Enumclaw, WA

  • Vertical Drop 3,100 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,300 ac
  • Average Snowfall 486 in

Mount Hood Meadows

Mt Hood, OR

  • Vertical Drop 2,777 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,150 ac
  • Average Snowfall 430 in

Timberline Ski Area

Government Camp, OR

  • Vertical Drop 3,690 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,415 ac
  • Average Snowfall 540 in

The Summit at Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie Pass, WA

  • Vertical Drop 1,025 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,994 ac
  • Average Snowfall 428 in

49 Degrees North

Chewelah, WA

  • Vertical Drop 1,851 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,325 ac
  • Average Snowfall 301 in

Stevens Pass

Skykomish, WA

  • Vertical Drop 1,800 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,125 ac
  • Average Snowfall 460 in

Mt. Baker

Deming, WA

  • Vertical Drop 1,500 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,000 ac
  • Average Snowfall 663 in

Mission Ridge

Wenatchee, WA

  • Vertical Drop 2,250 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,000 ac
  • Average Snowfall 200 in

Mount Spokane

Mead, WA

  • Vertical Drop 2,071 ft
  • Skiable Area 1,425 ac
  • Average Snowfall 300 in

Mount Hood Skibowl

Government Camp, OR

  • Vertical Drop 1,500 ft
  • Skiable Area 960 ac
  • Average Snowfall 300 in

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