Skiing is an exhilarating sport that can be enjoyed by all members of the family – including small children. From the Summit at Snoqualmie to Mount Baker and from Crystal Mountain to Hurricane Ridge, these are the best ski slopes for kids near Seattle.
The recent mild weather systems that blew through Washington have left little snow in the Cascades.
Whether looking for a romantic hideaway or outdoor activities, the greater Seattle area is filled with wonderful places to spend Valentine’s Day or a weekend.
Whether you’d like to head to the snow for sledding and skiing, or stay indoors enjoying food and wine, there’s plenty to do a short drive from Seattle this weekend.
There’s a forecast of snow in the mountains – making it the perfect weekend to hit one of Washington’s ski resorts. Grab your board, skis and snowshoes! Here’s what’s happening!
Skiing on Crystal in July? Yes, indeed. And if you’ve hung up your skis, don’t worry. You can dance, eat, and horseback ride on the mountain this weekend.
For skiiers, this cold and wet spring has a silver lining… an extended snow season. In fact, this is the longest ski season at Crystal Mountain since 2002, thanks in part to a swanky new $5.5 million gondola.