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  • 60.0"
  • 25% above the seasonal average of 48". The highest snowpack in recent years was in 2012, when snowpack levels were recorded at 64.0 inches.
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  • 14"
  • Forecast models predict more snow this week in washington, with up to 14" of new snowfall on the slopes in the next 5 days.
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  • Snowpack Conditions

    25% above the seasonal average of 48". The highest snowpack in recent years was in 2012, when snowpack levels were recorded at 64.0 inches.

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The Summit at Snoqualmie, is a winter resort in the northwest United States, located on Snoqualmie Pass, Washington. It provides alpine skiing and snowboarding, Nordic skiing, and winter tubing. Owned by Och-Ziff Capital Management and managed by Boyne Resorts, it is 52 miles (80 km) east of downtown Seattle on Interstate 90. The Summit consists of four base areas that used to be individually owned and operated resorts. Alpental, Summit West (formerly Snoqualmie Summit), Summit Central (formerly Ski Acres), and Summit East (formerly Hyak and PacWest), border Lake Keechelus on the East and the Alpine Lakes Wilderness on the West/North. The Summit at Snoqualmie is the closest ski area to Seattle, about an hour away. Ski Lifts, Inc., the operator of what became Summit West, acquired the other three resorts. Booth Creek Ski acquired the properties in 1997. Booth Creek sold The Summit to CNL Lifestyle in 2006, but continued to operate the resort under a lease. Booth Creek sold The Summit lease to Boyne Resorts in 2007. CNL Lifestyle sold Booth Creek in a batch of resorts to Och-Ziff Capital Management in 2016. Boyne purchased the ski resort in March 2018. The vertical drop ranges from 2,280 ft (690 m) at Alpental, to 765 ft (233 m) at Summit West. Combined, the four base areas have 21 chairlifts and 6 surface lifts. The resort is open seven days and six nights per week.

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Ski Area Stats

  • Night Skiing
  • Lift Count
    30 Lifts
  • Hourly Lift Capacity
    32890 per hour
  • Base Elevation
    914 Meters
  • Terrain Park
  • Acreage
    1916 Acres
  • Longest Run
    2414 Meters
  • Established
  • Run Count
    96 Trails
  • Top Elevation
    1646 Meters

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