Ski Resorts Near Spokane

With so many ski resorts in the Spokane area to choose from, finding one that offers the best value is no easy task. Fortunately, we here at George Gee Buick GMC have a few recommended ski resorts near Spokane that are worth a visit.

Ski Resorts Near Spokane WA

Bear Creek Lodge        

If you’re looking for a relaxing weekend of hitting the slopes, Bear Creek Lodge is the place to be. With everything from snowshoeing and snowmobiling to tubing, there’s something for everyone this winter season. Located just a quarter mile from the entrance of Mt. Spokane State Park, the lodge offers a great view of nature at its best.

49 Degrees North Mountain Resort

The 49 Degrees North Mountain Resort is home to some of the best slopes in the state of Washington. With skiing lessons for visitors of all ages, including young children, there are few better family-friendly resorts in the area. The Selkirk Mountains in Colville National Forest offer scenic views for those looking to see everything that Spokane has to offer.

Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park

Getting in a few hours on the slopes is exactly what the Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park was designed for. The mile-long Terrain Park features new rails designed for snowboarders of all experience levels. A tubing hill is great for younger children. The park also offers night skiing for those who want an after-dark experience.

How to Get Your Car Ready for Winter

How to Prepare Your Car For Winter

Winter is right around the corner, bringing with it cold weather, snow, and ice, all intent on doing damage to your car. That is why it is imperative that you take some time now to get your car ready for winter. Here are a few tips on how to do so:

  • Have your battery tested.

    Bring your car into George Gee Buick GMC, and we’ll gladly test your battery. Having a weak battery in the winter can lead to a car that won’t start, which is never fun, especially not when it’s cold outside.

  • Check your tires.

    Make sure the tread on your tires is good enough to survive until spring. It’s also a good idea to rotate them (and get that oil changed now) before heading into winter. Remember to frequently check their air pressure as well.

  • Test your heater, defroster, and lights.

    Make sure your heater and defroster work efficiently before the temperatures drop. Now that it’s getting darker sooner, check all your lights—taillights, brake lights, headlights, and more—to ensure you’ve got good visibility this winter.

  • Replace your wiper blades.

    Avoid a streaky windshield during the blizzards by replacing old wiper blades now.

Need help prepping your car for winter? Bring it into George Gee Buick GMC for service. We’re happy to help!