Snoqualmie is located about 40 minutes from Seattle, Washington. The resort consists of four areas including Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central and Summit East. Combined together, the base areas serve a total of 18 chairlifts and 6 surface lifts. Alpental is know for its backcountry terrain and some of the steepest runs in the area.
Mountain Statistics
Vertical Rise2280 ft
Base Elevation2610 ft
Summit Elevation5420 ft
Annual Snowfall435 inches
Number of Trails62
Skiable Acres1981
Longest Run1.2 miles / 1.9 km
Snowmakingyes
Ski Trail Difficulty
Lifts
Number of Lifts24
Gondolas/Trams0
High Speed Quad Chairs3
Quad Chairs2
Triple Chairs3
Double Chairs10
Surface Lifts6
Lift Capacity34490 (skiers per hour)
Season Dates
Season 201512/29/14 to 01/25/15 (28 days)
Season 201401/11/14 to 04/20/14 (100 days)
Season 201312/14/12 to 04/20/13 (128 days)
Summit at Snoqualmie Resort Features
Snowboarding
Night Skiing
Cross Country Skiing
The cross-country ski and snowshoe center offers an extensive trail network (includes track, skate, snowshoe and telemark)
Snowshoe Trails
Snow Tubing
Terrain Park
2 terrain parks
Half Pipe
Jib Park

Snow Report

Snow Reports and conditions for The Summit at Snoqualmie.
Status: Open for Events/Activities
Season Dates: 12/29/14 to 01/25/15 (28 days)

Lift Tickets

Pricing last updated 11/12/14
Child
(6 & Under)
Youth
(7-12)
Adult
(13-61)
Senior
(62-69)
Regular $12 $44 $64 $44
Ages 70+ $12. Military rates.

Note: Pricing is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.

Sorry, no discount lift tickets are current available for The Summit at Snoqualmie

Lodging

Lodging at Base
Lodging Nearby

The resort lists lodging that is nearby - as close as under a mile.

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Programs

Kids Program
Womens Program
Ski Lessons Available
Snowboard Lessons
Equipment Rentals