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49 Degrees North Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

Come visit Washington's newest chairlift, Angel Peak. One of the best family resorts in the region, 49 Degrees North has great snow and has something for everyone.

49 Degrees North is located in northeastern Washington and has 7 lifts servicing 82 trails on 2,325 acres. The top of the mountain is mostly black diamonds, with glades, faces, and twisting trails. 49 ... Degrees North provides lessons, equipment rental, slope-side dining, daycare, and terrain park.
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49 Degrees North Amenities

  • Night Skiing Night Skiing
    Night skiing available.
  • Terrain Park Terrain Park
    Ski area offers at least one terrain park.
  • Half Pipe Half Pipe
    Ski area offers a half pipe.
  • Cat Skiing Cat Skiing
    Cat skiing is available at this resort; may entail an add'l cost
  • Grooming Grooming
    This resort grooms a portion of its slopes.
  • Snow Making Snow Making
    Ski area offers snow making for additional coverage.
  • Family Friendly Family Friendly
    This resort is known for providing a family friendly atmosphere.
  • Expert Favorite Expert Favorite
    This resort is known for its challenging terrain.
  • Daycare Available Daycare Available
    Guests have access to daycare services; an additional charge may apply.
  • Slopeside Dining Slopeside Dining
    Resort offers at least one restaurant on the slopes; hours may vary.
  • Slopeside Lodging Slopeside Lodging
    This resort has slopeside lodging available; it may or may not be ski in/ski out.
  • Tubing Tubing
    This resort offers tubing activities; additional charges may apply
  • Wi-Fi Access Wi-Fi Access
    This resort is equipped with internet access; additional charges may apply
  • Skiers Only Skiers Only
    This resort does not allow snowboarding.
  • Ropes Course/Aerial Park Ropes Course/Aerial Park
    Resort offers ropes course/aerial park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Alpine Slide / Coaster Alpine Slide / Coaster
    Resort has Alpine Slide, Alpine Coast or both. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Concerts / Festivals Concerts / Festivals
    Frequent host of concerts or festivals.
  • Event Space/Conference Center Event Space/Conference Center
    Resort has event space & conference center available.
  • Former Olympic Site Former Olympic Site
    Resort is a former Olympic site.
  • Gambling Gambling
    Resort has legal gambling services.
  • Golf Course Golf Course
    Resort has a golf course. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Gondola Rides Gondola Rides
    Resort offers gondola rides.
  • Hiking Hiking
    Resort offers hiking trails and services. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Ice Skating Ice Skating
    Resort offers ice skating activities.
  • Indoor Waterpark Indoor Waterpark
    Resort offers indoor waterpark.
  • Mountain Biking Mountain Biking
    Resort offers mountain biking. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Outdoor Waterpark Outdoor Waterpark
    Resort offers outdoor water park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Segway Tours Segway Tours
    Resort offers segway tours. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Snowmobiling Snowmobiling
    Resort offers snowmobiling. Additional charges may apply.
  • Spa Spa
    Resort offers spa services. Additional charges may apply.
  • Zipline Zipline
    Resort offers zipline activities. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.

49 Degrees North Operations


Reopen 02/11

Lifts Open/Total

4 of 7

Weekday Hours

Mon/Tue, Fri: 9a-3:30p

Trails Open/Total

82 of 82

Weekend Hours

Sat/Sun: 10a-3:30p

49 Degrees North Snow Report & Ski Conditions

Base Elevation

3,923 ft

24-hr Snowfall


Vertical Drop

1,851 ft

Avg Base Depth


Peak Elevation

5,774 ft

49 Degrees North Ski Pictures and Photos

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49 Degrees North Reviews & Tips (21)

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49 Degrees North review written Jan 31 2015 - 02:40 AM
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49 Degrees North review written Jan 31 2015 - 02:34 AM
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I've now been snowboarding for a month. I started at Mt Spokane, did that for a few weeks with lessons, then went to Silver, and then went to 49 north. On my trip to 49 north my intentions were to progress and start doing more blue squares from the greens I've been on. After the fact I am very thankful I chose 49 north for this progression, their ungroomed blues were very challenging and plentiful, without huge crowds or people all around me to distract me from learning. Frequently I would be the only one progressing down the blue hills so I had a lot of terrain with tons of fresh fluffy powder all to myself and I had a blast. I definitely would recommend this hill for someone looking to progress passed beginer, their greens were great and blues were phenominal. Cant really speak to blacks. On a less positive note. 1. Not all hills are well labeled and even with a map I struggled to find some of the runs I was looking for. took me 3 passes to find a run called Classifier, and I accidentally went down a black diamond due to poor labeling. I dont regret going down the black as this actually made blues much easier, but the missing signs on a few hills is very frustraiting. 2. I read someones post about how this place is much easier/safer to drive to than mt spokane. I would very much disagree with that. This place is farther from spokane and felt like a slightly more sketchy drive from my perspective, but driving conditions wouldn't keep me from either mountain. 3. This is both a pro and a con. Most everyone at the hill was really nice, with the exception of one run in I had with a guy running one of the lifts he seemed to be in a bit of a mood, however he was trying to just keep things going smoothly and throughout the day there seemed to be much less times when the lifts would shut down throughout the day than I am used to experiencing at other mountains. Overall, great experience. I wish the cost was more competitive with Mt Spokane, and/or the hours of operation were more competitive as well. Even with the better experience had its hard for me to justify paying about 70% more to go here for a day that is 5-6 hours shorter than Mt Spokane's weekend hours and 45 minutes further to commute. I will be back, I unfortunately am not likely to go to this mountain as much as others due to reasons listed in this conclusion.
49 Degrees North review written Feb 25 2014 - 02:22 PM
Michael W Beginner Snowboarder
Great deal on the lift tickets! Uncrowded with lots of powder. Had a great time. Defiantly would recommend this hill!
49 Degrees North review written Feb 06 2014 - 05:58 PM
Patti Shields Advanced Skier
The trip was a washed, literally. It was raining when we got to the parking lot! 49 degrees staff gave as a voucher to be use for another day!
49 Degrees North review written Jan 13 2014 - 03:37 PM
Jayson Advanced Skier
I am from NH so frozen granular surfaces are what we are used to in the east. 49Degrees North is a comfortable, "down home" ski area with tremendous terrain which dwarf the largest NE resorts. I have skied there over the past 5 seasons at times when there was 20" of new making every run a paradise. I would not go to the inland Northwest to ski and NOT include 49Degrees North in my itinerary.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 28 2013 - 02:41 PM
Dr. P. Advanced Skier
Went two days ago and it was extremely icy with hard snow. Otherwise a beautiful mountain with some nice runs. The place was almost empty perhaps this has something to do with the less than ideal snow conditions. Most of the time I was completely alone on many of the runs. The staff were super friendly and the free mountain hosts were charming and helpful. I will return again.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 07 2013 - 02:19 PM
K. Middleton Intermediate Skier
Love 49. Usually friendly. Plenty variety.
49 Degrees North review written Jan 23 2013 - 09:57 PM
jp Intermediate Skier
Skied Jan 7th. The morning was great with 6 inches of fresh powder and more through the day. The afternoon had freezing fog which cut the day short. Great tree skiing and very soft turns. Highly recommend skiing 49 North!
49 Degrees North review written Jan 10 2013 - 08:43 AM
Dave Advanced Skier
The snow is great, runs are groomed and after 5 feet of new snow before Christmas, there were groomed and powder runs for all to love. I do not mind the older lifts as only when I go on ski trips do I get the high speed lifts with the bars for feet, etc., but a family resort such as 49, cannot afford those lifts and still operate for the price they offer. If they had all that, lots of people and families in NE WA could not afford it. They have excellent grooming equipment and it shows. Love this hill.
49 Degrees North review written Jan 03 2013 - 12:37 PM
CMH Advanced Skier
Great tree skiing, went on Dec. 26th and there was still knee deep powder from the big dump on the 24th. The new lift is online and gives you access to some nice intermediate and a few advanced runs. The main lift to to the summit is old school for sure but extended breakdowns are rare.
49 Degrees North review written Jan 02 2013 - 11:57 PM
Marz Advanced Snowboarder
When taking a break, you break from the lifts, not the slopes. They are long, slow and offer no sense of security with no fall prevention bar or foot rest. To get onto the lift you really have to be on your toes...they are old two seaters and come in fast! At one point I biffed it because the tail of my ski was on top of the tip of my BF's ski and WHAM! we were both hit and went down hard before we established control of the skis. It hurt and was quite embarrassing!! LOL! Food in the lodge was marginal at best. They did not have much of the necessary ingrediants to put together simple meals because "the shipment had not come in yet". My BF had a "super taco" that consisted of a hamberger patti torn in two halves, sprinkled with taco seasoning and put into a soft shell with cheese and lettuce and served with a few corn chips. Hardly worth $10.00!!! When the lift broke down for two hours, and the reason being the cable coming off the reeve/pulley system (yikes!!) I said, "that's it, I am not going to be stuck up there for two hours if it happens again!!" and we split back to Spokane.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 05 2012 - 02:47 PM
Cat O'Sullivan Intermediate Skier
Not a good time. The main lift had the cable come off the shivers and was out of commission most of two hours. There was no alternative means to access the other lift that takes people to the summit, so much of the day was wasted. This place should modernize first, expand later. The antquated, slow two person chair from the base to the summit obviously needs to be replaced with a high speed triple or better. The new proposed chair won't add an exceptional amount of acreage, and will also be slow speed. The mountain would be fun to ski if the lifts were more modern. I won't return until they are.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 05 2012 - 07:36 AM
Cliff Watkins Advanced Skier
They need to do a much better job of grooming more runs! Having 5-6 inches of crud on top is not good maintenance
49 Degrees North review written Mar 02 2012 - 04:12 PM
janell Intermediate Skier
Really a great place. The tree sking is one of the best. Looking forward to the new lifts and the new area they look like they are planning. But don't tell anyone about this place
49 Degrees North review written Mar 01 2012 - 08:55 PM
Chip Advanced Skier
49 degres north is one of the best tree skiing areas I have been to. Had 24" of new snow just before I arrived. Nice facilities and a variety of terrain. This was my second trip to the area.
49 Degrees North review written Feb 29 2012 - 11:02 PM
xfiremantom Advanced Skier
Please get boot rest for the chairs, Long lift rides were hard on the knees. The runs were nice and long, but rides up killed you.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 31 2011 - 09:54 PM
Bev Lady skiier Intermediate Skier
49 Degrees North gets some of the driest snow in Washington. Great laid back, no frills and family friendly ski area with terrain for every level of skiier or boarder. Liftopia's deal was exceptional! Thank you. I would definitely ride or ski this mountain again.
49 Degrees North review written Mar 29 2011 - 10:44 AM
Patrick Kruegel Advanced Snowboarder
This was really easy with Liftopia and the folks at 49 North are friendly and helpful. The trees were skiing really nice and had a great time. Thank you!
49 Degrees North review written Mar 03 2011 - 09:47 PM
Grant Advanced Skier
I found Liftopia to be fabulous! We were able to use are "vouchers" with our picture ID without difficulty. We had a wonderful ski day with our grandkids. Keep up the good work. In fact I purchased another voucher and will ski at 49 this coming Friday.
49 Degrees North review written Feb 23 2011 - 05:23 PM
Patti Intermediate Skier
If you rent get up to the mt a lil early like 30ish min. other than that the mt is great!
49 Degrees North review written Jan 20 2011 - 02:37 PM
max g. clemons Intermediate Snowboarder

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