Pacific Northwest 2020-2021 Season Closing Dates

Liam Abbott | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Spring skiing is here! Image courtesy of Timberline Lodge.

As the end of March is before us, it is time to start thinking about spring skiing in the Pacific Northwest, and depending on where you are, you may have only a week or so to cram in those final ski days this season. But don’t worry, if you know where to look, you maybe be skiing into the summer and never have to see an end to your season.

Here are the closing dates of the most popular ski resorts in both Washington and Oregon. Keep in mind these dates are subject to change and were recorded when the article was published. To get the most up-to-date information, please visit each resort’s website linked below.

Washington:

49º North: April 11th

Alpental: May 5th

Badger Mountain: Closed

Bluewood: April 4th

Crystal Mountain: May 9th

Echo Valley: closed

Hurricane Ridge: March 28th

Loup Loup Ski Bowl: March 29th

Mission Ridge: April 25th

Mt. Baker: May 5th

Mt. Spokane: April 11th

Stevens Pass: April 18th

The Summit at Snoqualmie: April 11th

White Pass: TBD (at least through April 11th)

Oregon:

Anthony Lakes: April 4th

Ferguson Ridge: April 3rd

Hoodoo Ski Area: March 29th

Mt. Ashland: April 18th

Mt. Bachelor: May 30th

Mt. Hood Meadows: May 1st, summer schedule TBD

Mt. Hood Skibowl: at least April 11th

Summit Ski Area: TBD

Timberline Lodge: open through summer

Warner Canyon: March 21st

Willamette Pass: April 11th

Did we miss any resorts? Let us know.

The Summit at Snoqualmie has had one of their deepest snowpacks in years, allowing them to continue operations well into April. Image courtesy of The Summit at Snoqualmie.

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