The Summit at Snoqualmie Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:2
- X-Country:55 km
The Summit at Snoqualmie in the United States (Washington State) is a large resort with 33 lifts (23 chair lifts, 10 surface lifts) that offers skiers an impressive 671 metres (2200 feet) of vertical descent. The Summit at Snoqualmie has 65 trails. The Summit at Snoqualmie is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 55 kilometers (34 miles) of cross country ski trails at The Summit at Snoqualmie. For snowboarders, there are 2 terrain parks and a half pipe. The nearest airport is at Seattle and the nearest train station to The Summit at Snoqualmie is at Seattle.
- Nearest Airport:Seattle
- Nearest Train Station:Seattle
- Tourist Office Phone:+14254347669
- Tourist Office Website:www.summit-at-snoqualmie.com
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- Lifts:33 (23 chair lifts, 10 surface lifts)
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Visitor Reviews of The Summit at Snoqualmie
Brandon from United States writes:
The Summit at Snoqualmie is a great place for the family to ski. Yes, it can rain here, but if you found this site, you know the weather before you go. Summit West is mostly a beginner to intermediate hill and yes, people are learning to ski here. Yes, people sometimes miss a chair fumbling to get on, just you used to do. There is some good steep terrain on Big Thunder. Summit Central has a legit terrain park, some terrific steeps off 360 Chair, and some mellow areas for the kids and beginners.
Not finding challenging terrain, go try Alpental. While not the biggest area, there is some extremely challenging terrain off chair 2.
Yes, sometimes the powder is more moist than in Utah, but that is why K2 invented wide skis, get yourself some mid-fat or full fat skis and tear it up.