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Ski/snowboard - Resorts and Lodges in Washington
Experience the summit of skiing on Washington’s many snow-powdered slopes. Traverse 1,125 skiable acres on 37 major runs at Stevens Pass Ski Area, which is located in the Cascade Range. A base elevation of 4,061 feet and a peak of 5,845 feet makes for an array of alpine adventures. Carve up the slopes at Mission Ridge Ski Area, where 36 runs span 1,000 acres. Receiving an annual snowfall of 200 inches, there’s always plenty of powder during the winter. Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park offers something for everyone. The 1,425 acre-area boasts 45 runs that range from easy to black diamond. A vertical drop of 2,071 feet ensures that you experience some fast fun. Five chairlifts will get you to whatever run you’re looking for while the stunning scenery makes for an unforgettable skiing or snowboarding trip!
Old Man Winter brings more than a handsome coat of snow to bring the Northwest woods that snowglobe look. Winter snow also brings the Leavenworth, Washington, tradition of beautifully groomed cross-country ski trails at Lake Wenatchee. Are you a downhill-only skier? Indulge in an alpine ski adventure at Stevens Pass only 28 miles away with Mission...
Alpen Rose Inn is surrounded by the Cascade Mountains where you have close access to the best skiing and snowboarding of the area. Miles of trails provide fun and unique cross country skiing, while just minutes from the Inn you feel the rush on the slopes. There is no better place for a winter adventure!
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When it comes to the best locations for a weekend getaways, your activities may differ but lodging is always a category where you want the best. Washington is a unique location because of its varying... more
As the Columbia River meanders through the gorge, forests of cedars and pines tower up the edges of cliffs and mountains looking down on lakes, hot springs, creeks, and waterfalls splashing into the... more