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.
Winter is on the way! And if your kids grew over the summer, maybe it’s time to look for some new winter gear. Whether your family skis and snowboards, or just needs boots, coats and gloves, here are the places to get the equipment you need for winter time!
Search teams in Yakima County are looking for a 55-year-old Seattle doctor reported missing on Washington’s Mount Adams.
The body of Keith Hardy, a Seattle doctor who died skiing on Mount Baker, has been recovered by a search and rescue team.
Well-equipped and familiar with the terrain, about a dozen expert skiers were making their way through a foot-and-a half of fresh snow when an avalanche hit them in an out-of-bounds area near Stevens Pass ski resort.
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!
Wanting to get away for the last weekend of 2011? For a short drive, you can watch fireworks over the Pacific Ocean, ski at night, or dance the night away on New Year’s Eve!
If you’ve never been skiing in Washington state, you’ve missed out! Check out our amazing mountains, terrain parks, skiing and boarding runs! Green to black, we have it all.
Snowfall in the mountains of Western Washington means an early start to ski and snowboard season! Crystal Mountain and Mount Baker have planned openings on Friday, November 18. Snoqualmie, Stevens and Mission Ridge plan to open Saturday, November 19.
If you’re up for a road trip, want to see a little snow and get into the spirit of the holidays, there are some great places to go this weekend.