The Summit at Snoqualmie

★★★☆☆
  • 1001 WA-906

    Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

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  • 425-434-7669

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Tue-Sun 9am-4pm, Mon 9am-5pm

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As many say, it's not the best of the best, but it's a good ski resort, with fair amount of runs and fine snow. Night skiing is a bonus, also a terrain park is always groomed and taken care of. I-90 is another plus, a drive from Seattle takes about 40-50 minutes when there is no snow on the road and no traffic on the bridge; as opposed to at least hour and a half on a not-so-safe highway 2 to Steven's.
Among popular cons for this place are: short runs and long lines at the lift. however, Alpental is nearby, (or is it part of the Summit?), but that's a totally different story...

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As many say, it's not the best of the best, but it's a good ski resort, with fair amount of runs and fine snow. Night skiing is a bonus, also a terrain park is always groomed and taken care of. I-90 is another plus, a drive from Seattle takes about 40-50 minutes when there is no snow on the road and no traffic on the bridge; as opposed to at least hour and a half on a not-so-safe highway 2 to Steven's.
Among popular cons for this place are: short runs and long lines at the lift. however, Alpental is nearby, (or is it part of the Summit?), but that's a totally different story...

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There are always arguments about the best ski area in Washington. I don't know which is the best, but I do like Snoqualmie. It is close to Seattle, it has a fairly large ski area, it gets plenty of snow (usually) and it has all the amenities of other resorts. Some snowboarders complain that it isn't the best for them, but I think it is a good option for skiers and snowboarders. You should try it for yourself and see if its the ski area for you.

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★★★★☆

There are always arguments about the best ski area in Washington. I don't know which is the best, but I do like Snoqualmie. It is close to Seattle, it has a fairly large ski area, it gets plenty of snow (usually) and it has all the amenities of other resorts. Some snowboarders complain that it isn't the best for them, but I think it is a good option for skiers and snowboarders. You should try it for yourself and see if its the ski area for you.

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If your kids are too young to ski or snowboard, but you want to take your kids out for a little snow action, then Summit tubing is the place to take them. The Summit tubing is a small area off to the side of the ski slopes that provide safe tubing for kids. Not only will your kids love it, but parents also have fun there too. If your kids are too young, you could bring you own sled, and play on the side.

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If your kids are too young to ski or snowboard, but you want to take your kids out for a little snow action, then Summit tubing is the place to take them. The Summit tubing is a small area off to the side of the ski slopes that provide safe tubing for kids. Not only will your kids love it, but parents also have fun there too. If your kids are too young, you could bring you own sled, and play on the side.

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Snoqualmie isn't the best resort in the world, or even in Washington. However, it's got some decent terrain and they really gear for Snowboarders with half pipes and lots of rails/hits. If you're just learning, there's plenty of terrain that is easy to learn on. Plus, it's located really close to Seattle and you can get decent deals using Shell gas passes.

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★★★☆☆

Snoqualmie isn't the best resort in the world, or even in Washington. However, it's got some decent terrain and they really gear for Snowboarders with half pipes and lots of rails/hits. If you're just learning, there's plenty of terrain that is easy to learn on. Plus, it's located really close to Seattle and you can get decent deals using Shell gas passes.

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For anyone living in the Seattle area, we all find ourselves going to Snoqualmie to ski - for the sole reason that it's close. An hour's drive on I-90 from Seattle is hard to beat. But other than that, it's not worth. There isn't a wide variety of runs at all - they are pretty much just the same and all REALLY short. Also, parking can be a bit of problem and the shuttle doesn't run as often as it should. They are open late for night skiing though which is good.

PROS: Close to Seattle, Night skiing hours
CONS: Runs are short, all the same, parking is a hassle

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★★☆☆☆

For anyone living in the Seattle area, we all find ourselves going to Snoqualmie to ski - for the sole reason that it's close. An hour's drive on I-90 from Seattle is hard to beat. But other than that, it's not worth. There isn't a wide variety of runs at all - they are pretty much just the same and all REALLY short. Also, parking can be a bit of problem and the shuttle doesn't run as often as it should. They are open late for night skiing though which is good.

PROS: Close to Seattle, Night skiing hours
CONS: Runs are short, all the same, parking is a hassle

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