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Alpental is one of four base areas at the Summit-at-Snoqualmie, separated from the other three by Interstate 90. Alpental offers the most advanced and expert terrain at the area with runs like Upper International and Shot Six. Enjoy a 360-degree view and 500 acres of backcountry terrain, plus your choice of either black or double-black downhill runs from the top of Chair 2, the Edelweiss chair. Alpental is served by three double chairs and one detachable high-speed quad, has 2,280 feet of vertical, and averages 444 inches of snow a year. That’s a lot of big numbers for a ski area with just a bit more than 300 skiable acres inbounds. There is no wasted space.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 12/01/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 05/05/2013
Projected Days Open: 144
Days Open Last Year: 150
Years Open: 46
Average Snowfall: 435"
Pros: powder, terrain and location
Cons: overpriced food
Pros: A lot of Terrain for only two lifts
Cons: Few runs to choose from
Pros: steep terrain, close to Seattle,
Cons: Low elevation, Crowds, Relatively Small
Pros: Two steep runs
Cons: It's taken 42 years to get some decent ggrooming.
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