Skiing in Bluewood Ski Area, Dayton, Washington USA

Top elevation:
5670 ft / 1728 m
Vertical drop:
1125 ft / 343 m
Dayton City is located in the Southeastern part of Washington State. It lies in a valley, at 1600 ft/487 m above sea level and is situated among two rivers, namely Patit Creek and Touchet River.

The city has a rich history to demonstrate, home to the oldest train depot in the state and the oldest working county courthouse. Right outside the city, at about 22 mi / 32 km away, the Bluewood ski area is located, at the Northern end of the Blue Mountains. The summit of the mountain is 5670 ft / 1728 m high and has a vertical drop of 1125 ft / 343 m.

The ski resort is perfect for alpine ski and very well organized with four green circles, twelve blue squares and eight black diamonds for the experienced skiers. It also provides two terrain parks and six back country runs.

Bluewood is known for its dry powder snow and tree skiing. The resort facilities include lifts, a coffee shop and a pub, patrol services, ski lessons for beginners, full service ski rental department and a retail shop. No matter if you are a beginner or an experienced skier, Bluewood Ski Area is a great destination where you can enjoy fresh mountain air and lots of powder snow during winter.