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- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Alpental is one of four base areas at the Summit-at-Snoqualmie, separated from the other three by Interstate 90. Alpental offers the most advanced and expert terrain at the area with runs like Upper International and Shot Six. Enjoy a 360-degree view and 500 acres of backcountry terrain alongside 300 in-bounds acres, plus your choice of either black or double-black downhill runs from the top of Chair 2, the Edelweiss chair. Alpental is served by three double chairs and one detachable high-speed quad, has 2,280 feet of vertical, and averages 434 inches of snow a year.
The Alpental Lodge's Tyolerstube Restaurant serves pizza, grilled items, fries, soups, pastries, and micro-brews. The Backcountry Kitchen in Denny Mountain Lodge has a diverse lunch menu weekends only. The Alpental store sells a full range of snow shovels, maintenance equipment, backpacks, clothes, goggles, headwear, jackets, and gloves. Nursery/child care available at Summit West. First aid at area; hospital located in Snoqualmie Valley about 28 miles away. Ski rental and repair available at the slope. Ski instruction offered in racing, lessons for juniors and children, snowboarding, and telemark.
98068 Snoqualmie Pass
Phone: (425) 434-7669
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Skiers over Presidents weekend can celebrate the deep snowpack in western North America. More