Washington and Oregon ski season projected to open in November
As the calendar flips to November, the anticipation for the upcoming ski season in the Pacific Northwest is palpable. Known for its perennial snow, the region's ski resorts are gearing up. Whether you're a seasoned skier eagerly awaiting the unique adventure of spring skiing or someone with no skiing background eager to embark on the thrill of backcountry skiing, the Pacific Northwest provides an unmatched experience.
The rapidly changing conditions, and the firm base of corn snow with a soft top layer, make it an ideal playground for ski enthusiasts. The ski season is not just approaching, it's knocking at the door, ready to provide unforgettable experiences on the slopes. Stay tuned for more updates as we count down the days. Below is a list of Ski resorts in the Pacific Northwest region and their projected opening dates.
This is projected and subject to change due to weather and amount of snow.
Mt. Baker Projected Open Nov 16
Mission Ridge Projected Open Nov 17
Crystal Mountain Projected Open Nov 22
Stevens Pass Resort Projected Open Dec 01
Summit as Snoqualmie Projected Open Dec 01
White Pass Projected Open Dec 01
49 Degrees North Projected Open Dec 02
Mt. Spokane Projected Open Dec 03
Bluewood Projected Open Dec 06
Alpental Projected Open Dec 15
Timberline Lodge Projected Open Nov 10
Mt. Bachelor Projected Open Nov 24
Mt. Hood Meadows Projected Open Nov 29
Willamette Pass Projected Open Dec 01
Mt Hood Skibowl Projected Open Dec 02
Anthony Lakes Projected Open Dec 03
Mt Ashland Projected Open Dec 09
Hoodoo Ski Area Projected Open Dec 16
Cooper Spur Projected Open Dec 17
Stay tuned to OutdoorsNW and the latest on Ski resorts and snow reports in the great Pacific Northwest.
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