Summit at Snoqualmie

1001 State Route 906
Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

The Summit at Snoqualmie, just an hour east of Seattle Southside in the Cascade Mountains, is a ski resort with a little something for everyone. The Summit is the place for an easily accessible winter escape. With an elevation of 3,000 feet there is snow from early December through April.

For alpine skiing and snowboarding the resort has 26 chair lifts servicing 1,900 acres of skiable terrain. There are many trails perfect for the first timers and those looking for double black diamond adventures. The Terrain Park was named “Best Progressive Park in North America” by Snowboarder Magazine.

There are 50 km of trails for Nordic cross-country skiers and snowshoers offering incredible scenery of alpine meadows, frozen lakes and old growth forests in the Mount Baker National Forest. On-site rental equipment and lessons are available. The Summit Tubing Center is a great way to enjoy winter as a family or group. The rope tow takes you and your tube back to the top so you can maximize your fun. The Tubing Center is open Friday through Sunday.

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This attraction is located about 41.6 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Price:$12.00 - $66.00
Duration:about 5 hours

Seasonal Monday thru Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Features:Free Parking
Handicapped Accessible
Motorcoach Parking

Visitor Reviews

  • Friday January 20, 2012
    My Seattle adventure starts at my apartment building house. It was snowing outside, and my family and I were getting ready to go sledding up by Snoqualmie pass, when two mallard duck came waddling along! They are so cute, creating duck tracks in the snow! We drove for an hour to get to the sledding hill, when we got there, we met some friends and we all went sledding together. It was extremely stunning up in the mountains, with the blue sky, and the snow, and I got some awesome pictures up there. It was a very enjoyable day, and we all went home happy.
    — Edward

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