Here’s a list of 2016-17 weekend prices for adult, all-day lift tickets at the region’s largest ski resorts.
Washington ski areas
Crystal Mountain: $74
49 Degrees North: $56
Mission Ridge: $59
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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)
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.