Life is good when you ski and ride in the Northwest Rockies. Spokane and Coeur d’Alene are surrounded by four unique alpine resorts inside of 200 square miles, averaging over 300 inches of snowfall a season. Each unique ski area offers a rich variety of skiing and riding, spectacular scenery, and good old-fashioned, down-to-earth hospitality.
Known as the region’s favorite family resort, 49°North has the largest lift accessible acreage in Eastern Washington. With world-class grooming, desert dried powder, and legendary glades, this is a place skiers and riders of all ages can call home.
I-90 on the Idaho/Montana border
Lookout has a reputation for legendary powder, earliest openings, longest season in the region, and is a “Favorite Family Ski Area” with an average snowfall of 400″ of light Northern Rockies snow.
Just 28 miles from downtown Spokane. Offers affordable skiing & snowboarding with 5 double chairs over 1,425 acres and 2,000 vertical feet, slopes for all ability levels, a mile-long terrain park, and the best-undiscovered tree skiing in the area.
Silver offers two mountains, 73 trails, 1,600 acres of terrain, 2,200 vertical and more than 300 inches of snow annually. The diverse terrain spreads snow riders across the two mountains so you spend more time riding and less time in lift lines.