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Winter on Mount Spokane
Washington is home to a number of sprawling national forests and state parks, most of which encompass some extraordinary ski areas.
The Echo Valley Family Ski Area is home to 70 skiable acres for your winter travelers. Beginners, take advantage of ski and snowboard lessons available at Echo Valley, while advanced skiers tackle the 3,900-foot top elevation.
Just past the city of Wenatchee, the Mission Ridge Ski Area features more than 1,000 skiable acres, 36 runs, and a great terrain park. Night skiing is available from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Mission Ridge, so be sure to try something new in Wenatchee.
Northwest of Wenatchee sits the beautiful city of Leavenworth, home to the Leavenworth Ski Hill – featuring tubing, snowboarding, and alpine and Nordic skiing. Head to Bunny Hill – where seniors and children 4-years-old and under ski for free – or try some night skiing. Also set in the Washington Cascades, the White Pass Ski Area features 45 runs across 1,400 skiable acres just west of Yakima.
Found in eastern Washington, just north of the Spokane metropolitan area, the Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park is yet another impressive ski area in the Evergreen State. Found within the Mount Spokane State Park, this ski area features 45 runs on 1,425 skiable acres. Night skiing is available, as well as tubing, lessons and rentals – all accompanied by the many attractions of Spokane.
For those of you not looking to head downhill, try cross-country skiing at the beautiful Iron Horse State Park. This 1,612-acre park features the Iron Horse State Park trail – passing through Cle Elum in central Washington just south of the Wenatchee National Forest. And set in the Puget Sound, the snowy Mt. Baker Ski Area is set near Bellingham on 1,000 skiable acres.
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