Skiing & Snowboarding in Edmonds


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  • Mt Baker Ski Area
    Considered a true local’s mountain, this family-owned ski destination is the antithesis of the sprawling, corporatized resort. Boasting some of the most extreme snowfall on the continent, it once set the record for the most snowfall in one season: 1,140 inches, or 95 feet of snow. Great backcountry skiing, cross-country trails, and a deeply ingrained snowboarding culture continue to attract die-hards.
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    1420 Iowa Street
    Bellingham, WA US
  • Ski Masters Ski & Snowboard School
    Since 1964, the instructors at Ski Masters have been showing snowboarders how to shred down the mountain with finesse. Kids as young as three can strap on a snowboard with their parents and enjoy a weekend parent-and-child class, while adults can enroll in 7-class sessions to learn to snowboard, advance their skills, or figure out how to look like a guy in a movie who knows how to snowboard. A variety of other lessons for children, teens, and adults are also available.
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    15817 182nd Ave. NE
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Mountain to Sound Outfitters
    Alki Kayak Tours and its sister store, Mountain to Sound Outfitters, equip guests with all the tools necessary to delve into Puget Sound?s surrounding wilderness regardless of season. Authorized dealers of goods from outdoor brands including Rossignol, Nordica, Snap Dragon, and Boardworks SUP, Mountain to Sound Outfitters? knowledgeable equipment masters can outfit expeditions bound for skiing trips to Mount Rainier or full-contact LARPing in Olympic National Park. Alki Kayak Tours keeps adventures moving with vehicle rentals ranging from kayaks and paddleboards to fishing boats and bikes. Guided sea-kayak and paddleboard tours meander through Puget Sound during warmer months, introducing adventurers to the Emerald City?s fragile natural beauty and the mindful guides? various methods of preserving it.
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    3602 SW Alaska St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Stevens Pass Ski Resort
    By the Numbers: Stevens Pass Ski Resort 1937—the year the resort opened 1,125 acres of skiable terrain 37 major runs, plus numerous bowls, glades, and faces 20-plus degrees on a typical winter day 460 inches of snow falls on the resort annually 2 national forests envelop the resort: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie to the west and the Wenatchee National Forest to the east 0 abominable snowmen spotted this year 3—the youngest age at which kids can begin taking lessons 35 minutes away from Leavenworth and its plethora of music venues, breweries, museums, and spas
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    500 Union St
    Seattle, WA US
  • SideTour - Leisure
    Sound Excursions describes their carefully curated group experiences as "field trips for adults." It's easy to see why: every outing takes groups to a new realm of Washington, whether it's the frothy shores of Puget Sound, inland forests and mountains, or tables at Seattle's thriving restaurants. The events held at these diverse locations range from culinary workshops on topics such as sushi-making and moonshine-tasting, to adventurous excursions with whitewater rafting or kayaking, to laid-back themed party cruises. For many outings, luxury transportation is provided.
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    5895 Lake Washington Blvd. S
    Seattle, WA US
  • MTRWestern
    Emerald City Trolley's cars may not run on tracks any longer, but their road-ready tires are just about the only thing that differentiates them from the old-fashioned trolley cars of yore. At the helm of this green, yellow, and wood-trimmed beauty is an experienced guide, who pilots it around Seattle with stops at notable city sightseeing destinations. Hop-on/hop-off routes change with the seasons, but in the winter passengers might visit The Space Needle and the Seattle Art Museum, while the summer route takes them off the beaten path to The Ballard Locks and the Experience Music Project.
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    720 S Forest St.
    Seattle, WA US
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