by: anonymous_user - 7th February 2008

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I learned to ski at the Summit some 35 years ago, and that's exactly what the place is for - learning. Once anyone has mastered a stem christie , it's time to move on. I just wish more snowboarders ruining the slopes at Stevens would move to Summit Central. Anyway . . . The Snoqualmie areas are not a resort by any stretch of the imagination (except in the minds, I suppose, of people who think Crystal is big). Echoing another poster, the people who own the Summit ought to be seeking permits to expand both Alpental and above Hyak as global warming is sure to make skiing at Snow-crummie Summit ("re-branded" Summit West) and Ski Acres (Summit Central) nothing but a memory in probably a decade.
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