Top 3 Ski Resorts In Washington State

Every single year people from all over the country visit Washington State in order to ski and snowboard. The Pacific NW offers some of most diverse terrain there is, and the region typically gets an ABSURD amount of snow. Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker share back-to-back world record annual snowfall amounts of nearly 100 feet of snow. Just like many (not all) of the Washington residents are coffee snobs, beer snobs, and weed snobs, the ones that ski or snowboard have a reputation for being powder snobs. If you ski or snowboard and are planning on visiting Washington State before the season is over (or in future years), here are the “Top 3 Ski Resorts In Washington State.” Use this information as a resource to plan your trip, find cannabis friendly lodging, and find the closest and top-rated recreational weed shops in the surrounding area! Enjoy.


3. Stevens Pass Ski Area

STEVENSStevens Pass is an awesome ski resort in Washington State that is approximately a 2 hour drive from Seattle (not bad at all if you wake up early and get some coffee before the adventure). Stevens Pass has a little bit of everything for all skiers and boarders, and they offer groomed runs, tree skiing, and some of the best terrain parks in the state. The base area elevation at Stevens Pass is 4,061′ and the highest elevation in the resort is 5,845′. The ski resort offers runs for beginners, intermediate riders, and experts and this is a great place to ride with friends and family of all different skill levels (They even offer night skiing 5 nights a week!)

Where to stay (for cannabis friendly lodging) : The Bacon Mansion

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2. Crystal Mountain

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Crystal Mountain is the is the largest ski resort in Washington State with a total of 2,600 acres and over 50 named runs. The resort is approximately a 2 hour drive from Seattle and this mountain offers everything for beginners, intermediate riders, and experts. The base is 4,400′ and the summit is 6,872′. Crystal Mountain is an extremely nice resort, and Over $30 million has been invested in the area over the past decade. Crystal offers high-speed lifts, and they even have gondolas and this is definitely one of Washington’s best Ski Resorts.

Where to stay (for cannabis friendly lodging) : Bed Baked and Beyond

Where to buy weed for the trip: Seattle Cannabis Co.

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1. Mt. Baker Ski Area

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Mt. Baker Ski Area is located in Northern Washington, and it is about an hour and fifteen minutes away from the beautiful city of Bellingham. The ski area averages the most annual snowfall (641 inches) in the entire world and holds the record for most snowfall in a single season (1,140 inches in the ’98-’99 season). Mt. Baker is basically a powder-hound mecca, and the in-bounds terrain offered at the resort is unbelievable. Mt. Baker offers runs for riders of all different skill levels, and this is a ski resort you HAVE to check out next time you are in Washington State. Visitors can even take advantage of the Baker Bus, which offers transportation throughout Whatcom County to Mt. Baker.

Where to stay (for cannabis friendly lodging) : MoonDance Inn B&B

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