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Bluewood Ski Area

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Perched high atop the Blue Mountains, just 54 miles northeast of Walla Walla in Southeast Washington, our mountain occupies the second-highest base elevation in the state. With a base elevation of (4,450 feet), Bluewood has a reputation of possibly having the best snow in the state as well as memorable...Read more

Mountain Statistics

STATS

elevation and vertical drop of ski resort
Summit: 5,670 ft
Vertical: 1,125 ft
Base: 4,545 ft
Annual Snowfall: 300 inches
Number of Trails: 24
Acres: 400 Skiable Acres
Longest Run: 2.25 miles
Terrain Park: Yes - 3
Night Skiing: No
Tubing Center: No

TERRAIN

difficulty of ski runs black diamond, blue square and green circle by percentrage
30% Expert
45% Intermediate
25% Beginner

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LIFTS

  • 3 total:
  • 0 Gondolas/Trams
  • 0 Hi-Speed Quad/Other
  • 0 Regular Quad
  • 2 Triple
  • 0 Double
  • 1 Surface

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Perched high atop the Blue Mountains, just 54 miles northeast of Walla Walla in Southeast Washington, our mountain occupies the second-highest base elevation in the state. With a base elevation of (4,450 feet), Bluewood has a reputation of possibly having the best snow in the state as well as memorable tree skiing. For those that are unfamiliar with this zone the Blue Mountains rise out of  a desert region, which provides clear skies and cold, smoke powder that totals over 300 inches annually. 

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