Updated: Mar 15
Spring Skiing 2021. Anticipated or scheduled closing dates for PNW ski areas. We're looking at areas in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Updating as the news rolls in.
Thank you La Niña, you nailed it for the Pacific Northwest! Our favorite Powder Poobah, Larry Schick and many others assured us it would arrive. So, what does that mean for the remainder of the 2020-21 season for skiers and snowboarders?
That means a huge snowpack and lots of spring skiing and riding!
Crystal Mountain- "We will be operating daily until Sunday, April 18, AND we’ll also be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays until May 9th. Then annual maintenance before reopening Memorial Day weekend to kick off our summer season." ANNOUNCEMENT DETAILS
Mount Baker- "We expanded our operations schedule for this season (midweek operations out of both base areas as needed, operations through May 5 if conditions allow)." BAKER SNOW REPORT PAGE
Summit at Snoqualmie - Last days: Central April 11, Alpental 4/11, East 3/28, West 3/21. Follow details and updates here. SUMMIT SNOQUALMIE
Mission Ridge- "Yes, we will continue operations into the end of April if conditions and visits allow us to." OPERATING SCHEDULE
White Pass- "We will go daily through April 11. Weekends beyond that are possible but as yet TBD." SKI WHITE PASS
Mt. Spokane- "our anticipated last day is April 11th, so we're planning to be skiing until then." MT SPOKANE
Stevens Pass - Extending to April 18th. STEVENS PASS
Schweitzer- "not planning on staying open past April 11." SCHWEITZER
Silver Mountain- projected closing April 25
Sun Valley- projected closing April 11
Pebble Creek- projected closing April 6
Mt. Bachelor- projected closing 5/23/21
Mt. Hood Meadows- projected closing 5/1/21
Timberline Lodge- projected closing 8/28/21
Mammoth Mountain- projected closing 5/23/21 MAMMOTH
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