Crystal Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Crystal Mountain, WA  US
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Crystal Mountain Terrain

2,600 acres of terrain with a 3,100 vertical drop.

Crystal Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Sasquatch Jib Park

Crystal Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 7,012 Ft / 2,137 M
Base 4,400 Ft / 1,341 M
Vertical 3,100 Ft / 945 M
Acres 2,600 Ac / 1,052 Hc
Annual Snow 486" / 1,234cm
Longest Run: 13,200 Ft / 4,023 M
11%
51%
19%
19%
Trails: 57
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 6: 2
High-Speed 4: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 3
Surface: 1
Gondolas: 1
Capacity (per hr): 18,548
Season:
From 11/22/2013 to 4/20/2014
Sunday: 9-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 9-4
Mountain
Summit 7,012 Ft / 2,137 M
Base 4,400 Ft / 1,341 M
Vertical 3,100 Ft / 945 M
Acres 2,600 Ac / 1,052 Hc
Annual Snow 486" / 1,234cm
Longest Run: 13,200 Ft / 4,023 M
Terrain
11%
51%
19%
19%
Trails: 57
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 6: 2
High-Speed 4: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 3
Surface: 1
Gondolas: 1
Capacity (per hr): 18,548
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/22/2013 to 4/20/2014
Sunday: 9-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 9-4

What's New This Season at Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain is now home to the only gondola at a ski area in Washington State! Skiers and foot passengers will journey almost 2,500 vertical feet over alpine terrain from the base area to the top of the mountain in less than 10 minutes. The gondola provides access to the Summit House, a breathtaking vista of Mount Rainier and some of the best terrain found on the mountain. There are a total of 23 cabins, each seat eight passengers.

The Sasquatch Park, located on the 4,400 foot long Mr. Magoo run under the Forest Queen Express chairlift, is comprised of approximately thirty features varying from different kinked rails, straight rails, boxes, bonks, stalls, pole jams, butter pads of snow. New GO Card ticket program. Guests will get a GO Card at the window when they purchase a ticket, then it’s theirs to reload and keep forever! Radio Frequency ID (RFID) is a small circuit integrated into all season passes and GO Cards that validates as you pass by the gate.

Information last updated 10/17/2013.