It’s not too late to catch in on some of the best ski slopes near Seattle!

As winter gives way to spring, some of our favorite spots to ski, like Mt. Baker, Crystal Mountain, and Stevens Pass, are remaining open for much of April.

We love them for their higher-than-average annual snowfall, their awesome views, and their high-quality powder. Happy to see you, Spring! Now let’s shred.

Mt. Baker – Closing 4/22

Mt. Baker recently topped North American lists for snowfall this season, and was just named a top resort for Spring Skiing by Snowpak.com—a popular resource for winter sport junkies. If you’re looking for tons of snow, awesome steeps, and backcountry accessibility, Mt. Baker is not to be missed. Mt. Baker: Mt. Baker Highway; 360-734-6771

Crystal Mountain – Closing 4/22

The largest ski resort in Washington, Crystal Mountain offers a wide variety of terrain options, from groomers and steeps to bowls, chutes and wide open backcountry. The Northway lifted area is best known for maintaining powder throughout the season, so it’s a great option for Spring skiing. Crystal Mountain: 33914 Crystal Mountain Blvd.; 360-663-2265

Stevens Pass – Closing 4/22

Just a quick hour and a half drive from Seattle, Stevens Pass is located on the crest of the Cascade Range on Cowboy Mountain and Big Chief Mountain. Stevens Pass: Summit Stevens Pass US-2; 206-812-4150

Mission Ridge – Closing 4/29

Tucked into the basin on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains, Mission Ridge has a little bit of something for everybody. It has a solid vertical rise of 2,250 feet, 36 trails accessible by four different lifts, rope tows for the kids, and chutes and bowls for the daredevils in your party. Mission Ridge Ski Area: 7500 Mission Ridge Rd.; 509-663-6543

Spring Skiing and Beyond

Looking for other activities in Seattle? Visit our neighborhood guide and blog for updated recommendations on what to experience in the Emerald City.