Washington State’s ski resorts offer great diversity in terrain and snow. Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker share back-to-back world record annual snowfall amounts of nearly 100 feet of snow! The landscape means the western cascades have a seemingly never-ending supply of snow. The craggy young peaks of the North Cascades offer unmatched extreme helicopter skiing opportunities and the eastern side of the cascades bring abundant soft powder to delight even the hungriest powderhounds.