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The Summit at Snoqualmie sits 45 minutes east of Seattle on I-90, in the heart of the Mt.Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest. The Summit consists of three base areas: Summit West, Summit Central and Summit East. There are 1,100 acres of terrain with vertical ranging anywhere from 765 feet to 1,100 feet. The average snowfall is 435 inches per year. Summit Central has a superpipe, black diamond to beginner runs, top-to-bottom terrain parks, glades, and tubes. Summit East, open weekends only for alpine skiing and riding, has consistent fall line terrain, good tree runs and the Nordic Center's 50 kilometers of skate and classic groomed trails. Summit West has the West 52nd Terrain Park, and the West Greenhorn Park for those new to the terrain park scene.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/30/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/21/2013
Projected Days Open: 140
Days Open Last Year: 140
Years Open: 76
Average Snowfall: 435"
Pros: new snow, trees,
Cons: wet snow, foggy
Pros: Close to Seattle, easy freeway to drive
Cons: You'll get bored quickly, lots of teenagers, rain/ice
Pros: Location! Access is great with varied terrain. Day and night operations.
Cons: Can be crowded but there's areas to avoid this.
Pros: Park, Close to Seattle
Cons: No expert terrain, expensive, crowded, poor snow
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