Here’s a list of 2016-17 weekend prices for adult, all-day lift tickets at the region’s largest ski resorts.

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Washington ski areas

Bluewood: $39

Crystal Mountain: $74

49 Degrees North: $56

Mission Ridge: $59

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Whistler Blackcomb Resort has added more outdoor dining seating at its Roundhouse Lodge. (Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb)
Whistler Blackcomb Resort has added more outdoor dining seating at its Roundhouse Lodge. (Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb)

Mount Baker: $59

Mount Spokane: $55

Stevens Pass: $67

Summit at Snoqualmie: $66-$74*

White Pass: $63

Idaho ski areas

Schweitzer Mountain: $77

Silver Mountain: $55

Sun Valley: $89-$139*

(Buy online 7 days in advance for 20 percent off)

Tamarack Resort: $69

Oregon ski areas

Mount Bachelor: $92

Mount Hood Meadows:$79 ($77 online)

Mount Hood Skibowl:$51-$54* ($2 discount online)

Timberline: $68-$74*

B.C. ski areas**

Apex Mountain Resort: $78

Big White: $91-$99*

Fernie Alpine Resort: $99.95

Kimberley Alpine Resort: $72.95

Panorama Mountain Village: $92 ($79 online)

Red Mountain:$89 (discounted online)

Silver Star: $92

Sun Peaks: $92

Whistler Blackcomb: $139#

 

* Higher price applies to peak periods.

**Prices for Canadian resorts are listed in Canadian dollars.

# Washington residents with discount Edge card get lower daily rates, $58-$77 depending on time of season; requires online purchase.

 

Some prices are subject to tax, and could vary based on weather conditions and the number of lifts open.