Snowboarding Guides and TripsBelow are popular Snowboarding guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Standard Route with optional ski descent
The trail traverses two peaks before arriving at Mt Seymour Summit with a spectacular panoramic view of the area.
Skiing the Muir Snowfield on Mt. Rainier
Skiing the Mt. Baker backcountry in deep winter powder or summer corn.
Backcountry ski touring Mazama Ridge and the base of Paradise Glacier on Mt. Rainier
Climb one of the Cascade giants in Washington State for a fantastic ski or board down over 6000 vertical feet.
Explore the snowfields and glaciers of Mt. Rainier during winter or summer.
Ski the trees and open glades near Stevens Pass just 90 minutes from Seattle.
Backcountry ski tour to the summit of Naches Peak
Skiing a classic backcountry tour around Liberty Bell Mountain at Washington Pass
Enjoy some serious skiing in scenic Bernese Oberland.
Join other families for skiing in the resort-filled enclave in the Dolomites.
Known for its steep terrain, this national Historic District keeps it real—and there’s not a single McDonald’s in sight.
This classic Tyrolean village is as renowned for its slopes as it is for its nightlife.
Quieter, cooler towns offer an alternative to crowded, millionaire-filled Jackson Hole.
Skiing the North Face of Table Mountain in the Mt. Baker Wilderness
Exploring the flanks of Mt. Herman and the basins around Table Mountain
Exploring the wilds of the Chiwaukum Mountains of the Central Cascades in winter
Summer skiing at its best on the Northwest face of Mt. Rainier.
Ski, snowboard or snowshoe the wilderness area just west of the Mt. Baker Ski Area in Washington State.