|Bluewood, just up the road from Walla Walla is located in Dayton inside the Umatilla National Forest of Washington. Bluewood Resort has the second highest base elevation in Washington State and touts clear skies and dry powder. With an average snowfall of more the 300 inches annually framed in tree-lined slopes on a wide variety of snow terrain. Bluewood's longest ski run, Country Road, is 2.25 miles. Terrain difficulty comes in at: easy 27%, Intermediate 43%, and Difficult 30%.
Don't miss Bluewood's famous BASH XXI. The craziest Winter festival in the northwest. The closing day celebration is a major hoot with heavy players riding for serious props and prizes. This year's judging is for style, tricks, landing and amplitude. Live music all day long with plenty to do for just about everybody.