49° North Mountain Resort, Chewelah

3.7
#8 of 16 in Winter Sports in Washington State
Ski Area · Nature / Park
One of the Northwest's best ski areas for families, 49 Degrees North ski resort base elevation is 3,922 feet (1,195m) above sea level with the summit at 5,773 feet (1,759m) on Chewelah Mountain, yielding a vertical drop of 1,851 feet (564m). Its slopes are primarily north-facing and are served by seven (7) lifts, one quad, five doubles and one rope tow. There are 82 named runs on two summits in three basins served by seven lifts and 2,325 skiable acres. The average annual snowfall is 301 inches (760cm). The longest continuous groomed run is Lost Dutchman, at 2.5 miles (4.0km), and the uphill lift capacity is 6,600 per hour. 49 Degree north is the second largest ski resort in Washington State.
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  • I purchased 3 lessons and rentals for 2 children. The second child could not do the third lesson. I kindly asked the ski school to transfer the lesson to my 7 year old. They stated they could not.....  more »
  • Our online order was ready to check out . Awesome efficiency. Boots were most comfortable ever. Equipment was superb. The entire staff and experience was first class, thankyou 49°. I began skiing.....  more »
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  • 49° North is a fantastic ski experience. The employees are quick to help and good natured. There are a wide variety of runs that are well maintained, including a small rope tow, a bunny hill, access to green circle skiing from the top of the mountain to the bottom, and many blue square and Black Diamond options available. The lodge environment is busy but great as people of all ages are able to find what suits their needs be that in the food court or bar.
  • I started skiing there some 30+ years ago. Still great service, but felt the chair workers were not as warm and friendly as they use to be. IDK...it was a Friday and time to go home. The roads are well-groomed, and lots of free parking! The runs are great. It's clean and peaceful! I love it there. And still my absolute favorite place to ski.

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