Here's a list of when Seattle area ski and snowboard areas plan to open.

Subject to snow of course!

October 2, 2020
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The Seattle Times wrote a great piece about the look of the 2020-21 ski season. Adding another great outdoor activity to the list will be certainly nice, but restrictions will be a significant part of all plans. Most ski/snowboard areas will require season tickets or single-day advanced ticket purchases. 

Crystal Mountain
Opens: Nov 20th
Info: Limited capacity and no walk-up tickets. You must pre-purchase tickets or have a season pass.

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Steven's Pass
Opens: Dec 4th
Info: Limited capacity prioritizing season ticket holders. Single day tickets will be pre-purchase only.

The Summit at Snoqualmie
Opens: TBA
Info: No restrictions currently planned other than govenment mandated occupancy.

Mount Baker
Opens: Nov 26 (snow permitting)
Info: Working on restriction policies, reservations for busiest days, and limited capacity are all likely.

Again, for more depth on the subject, check out this article