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White Pass, Washington

Elevation

Base
4500 feet
Base
Summit
6550 feet
Summit
Vertical Drop
2050 feet
Vertical Drop

Lifts

High Speed Quads
2
High Speed Quads
Quad Chair
1
Quad Chair
Triple Chair
1
Triple Chair
Double Chairs
2
Double Chairs
Surface Lifts
2
Surface Lifts

Terrain

Beginner Runs
20 %
Beginner Runs
Intermediate Runs
60 %
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
20 %
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
0 %
Expert Runs
Total Runs
45
Total Runs
Terrain Parks
2
Terrain Parks
Longest Run
2 miles
Longest Run
Skiable Terrain
1402 acres
Skiable Terrain
Snowmaking Area
30 acres
Snowmaking Area

Opening and closing dates

Season Open Date Close Date
2017/2018 12/03/2017 (estimated) 04/27/2018 (estimated)
2016/2017 12/03/2016 04/30/2017
2015/2016 11/28/2015 05/01/2016
2014/2015 12/06/2014 04/19/2015

Lift ticket and season pass prices

Category Age restrictions Price (USD unless otherwise stated)
Adult 17 - 72 $66
Child 8 & under $5
Child 9 - 16 $46
Senior 73 & over $5
Season Pass $799

Overall Rating

5.0 / 5 based on 5 reviews
Patrick Legate

I have been to white pass all through out my childhood and come back every year. It's not too crowded and their lodging is affordable. In fact they have different types of lodging to accommodate whatever you'd like to spend. For example, when my dad brought my sister, my brother and me down we just got one flat that had a bathroom, a bedroom and a living room with three built in bunk beds on the side. I loved it as a kid.

Posted on Nov 18, 2017
Pete from Washington

My favorite place to ride in Washington. Short lines, epic terrain, and an original style. This place is often overlooked, but, has everything you can ask for in a mountain.

Posted on Oct 21, 2017
Tim from Washington

White Pass is a little hidden gem. Those that travel the extra time from the Seattle/Olympia area are rewarded with short lines, great terrain, and nacho tater tots at the mid mountain lodge. I'm lucky I live close!

Posted on Oct 08, 2017
Davic from Washington

This was the first place I came to learn snowboarding and the place where I teach friends and family. Not only was my first experience amazing but I learned with such forgiving snow.

Posted on Oct 23, 2017
Jessica Howell from Washington

White Pass is the by far my favorite place to go snowboarding. It's not on the beaten path out of Seattle, so on average there are less crowds to battle, it's one of the cheaper places to get a lift ticket ($62 the last I checked), and from my home base of Olympia it's a 2 hour drive South on I5 and a little bit East (important, since you avoid the dreaded Tacoma and Seattle I5 traffic that comes with heading North. The resort is beautiful and the runs keep me busy exploring all day. It's far underrated as far as I'm concerned. On top of that Packwood is a charming town that is home to a resident herd of elk and boasts affording rooms and dining options for those overnight 2 day ski excursions. Highly recommend!

Posted on Oct 21, 2017