Ski USA - Washington

Alpental At The Summit Ski Resort Guide

Ski USA - Washington

Alpental At The Summit Ski Resort Guide

Alpental At The Summit Ski Resort Guide

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Slope Stats

  • 1652m

  • 695m

  • 957m

  • Acres of ski:825
  • Pistes:22
  • Snowmaking:-
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:-
  • X-Country:-
  • beginner3%
  • intermediate22%
  • advanced75%

Alpental At The Summit, in the United States (Washington State), is a small ski resort with just 5 ski lifts (4 chair lifts 1 surface lift) but it does boast a very impressive 695 metres (2280 feet) of vertical descent. Alpental At The Summit has 825 acres of terrain over 22 trails. Alpental At The Summit is best suited to advanced and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. We have no information about the existence of any cross country ski trails at Alpental At The Summit. The nearest airport is at Seattle.

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Lifts

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  • Lifts:5 (4 chair lifts 1 surface lift)
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:28 Apr
  • Last Snowfall:
  • Snow Depth (upper):
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  • Snow Depth (lower):
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  • Piste:
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Today’s Weather (1304 m)view full snow forecast

AM
rain showers
5 NW5
10 °CF-Level
2650m
PM
moderate rain
5 NW5
11 °CF-Level
2800m
night
rain showers
5 N5
11 °CF-Level
2750m

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Visitor Reviews of Alpental At The Summit

Will from United States writes:

Both Alpental (plus Snoqualmie Pass back country) and Stevens are situated at passes which divide two very different air masses; often cold continental high pressure and maritime low pressure (the later driven by prevailing westerlies, over the longest fetch on the planet). The Cascade Mountains offer up one of the steepest slopes anywhere on earth. Moist air is forced up causing winter precip nearly unmatched anywhere giving these places arguably more powder days per steep than anywhere else. Combine that with the notorious low level "easterly flow" that can maintain lower temps than anywhere at these elevations (just fractions of a mile to the west) and you've got winter wonderlands like no others. Alpental, however, has little in the way of any "bunny" slopes, separating this mountain and it's regulars from other areas with pretty much only serious to hard core skiers. This place is not for Texas wanna-be skiers, or anyone looking for a 5 star hotel with a hot tub....go back to Seattle.

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