- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/22 - 4/20
|4400ft - 7012ft|
|11%| 54%| 35%| 0%|
|from US$5.00 to US$131.00
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Located on the Northeast corner of Mt. Rainier National Park less than two hours from Seattle or Bellevue, Washington, Crystal Mountain’s breathtaking views include Mount Rainier – the 14,400-foot volcano. Within the resorts 2,600 acres of accessible terrain, skiers and riders will find everything from gentle groomers for beginners to challenging chutes, steeps, glades, and bowls for the advanced. Expansive backcountry parallels the open boundary policy for experts and the adventurous - skiers/riders beware - hazard and safety preparedness training recommended. 10 lifts and a gondola service Crystal Mountains 486 inches of annual snowfall and expansive terrain.
Two full service restaurants, two cafeterias, deli-expresso bar, complete day lodge, two full service bars, pub, and salon. A new 12,500-square-foot on-mountain restaurant, dubbed Campbell Basin Lodge, near the top of the Forest Queen lift. Sports shop, post office, grocery, and chapel at area. Ski patrol first aid room; Community Memorial Hospital 39 miles away. Ski rental and repair at slope and in Seattle and Enumclaw. Cross country rental and repair in Seattle and Enumclaw. Ski classes in racing, moguls, powder, telemark, snowboarding, Junior and children. Updated ski service center.
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While January, February and March are touted as the months to hit the mountains, sometimes skiers get lucky with snow that keeps on co... More