|Gondola||5||9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.|
|Chinook Express||5||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Forest Queen||5||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Discovery||5||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Quicksilver||2||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||Open Sat & Sun|
|Chair 6||5||9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.|
|Rainier Express||5||9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.|
|Green Valley||5||9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.|
|Northway||5||9 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Open Wed-Sun
|Gold Hills||2||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||Closed for the Season|
|Magic Carpet||5||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|Southback||5||9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.|
|Sasquatch Park||5||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|1 2||Queen’s Run||2||1|
|2||Lower Gandy’s Run||2||1|
|2||Kelly’s Gap Road||2||1|
|2||Lower Green Valley||2||1|
|2||Lower Grubstake Left||2||1|
|2||Lower Grubstake Right||2||1|
|2||Snorting Elk Traverse||2||1|
|2||Upper Green Valley||4||1|
|3||Lower Otto Bahn||2||1|
|3||Right Angle Ridge||2||1|
|3||Upper Otto Bahn||2||1|
Crystal Mountain Resort will host an International Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association (IFSA) sanctioned FWQ 4 Star freeride competition. Freeriders are scored based on line choice, fluidity, technique, control, and style as they navigate through natural terrain featuring trees, steeps, cliffs, chutes, drops and gullies where they are rewarded for using the features creatively. Showcasing their skills in Crystal’s most challenging terrain, these athletes are redefining the sport of Freeride.
Wednesday, March 22 rego/inspection 8-4pm
The King and Northway Peak / 4 pm Meeting; Day One Event Schedule- Venues, Safety, Welcome
Thursday, March 23 Day One Comp Northway Peak: Snowboarders (Male and Female)
7:15am Rego. Opens
7:30 – 8:15am Athlete Meeting
8:15 Athlete Load Gondi.
8:30 – 9:15am Inspection?
9:30am Start of Day One (Snowboard Qualifier)
4:00pm Meeting, Day One Results/Day Two Schedule
Friday, March 24 Day Two Comp Northway Peak: Skiers (Male/Female)
7:15am rego opens
7:30 – 8:15am Athlete Meeting
8:15am Athlete Load Gondi.
8:30 – 9:15am Inspection?
9:30am Start of Day Two (Skiers Qualifier)
4:00pm Meeting; Day Two Results/ Day Three Schedule
Saturday March 25 Final/The King: Skiers and Snowboarders (Male/Female)
7:15am Rego. Opens
7:30 – 8:15am athlete meeting
8:15am athlete loads Gondi.
8:30 – 9:15am inspection?
9:30am Start of Day Three (Finals Ski/SB)
Check out next year’s gear at the biggest demo of the season. Over 15 ski and snowboard manufacturers will be setup outside of the Mountain Shop with their new lines available to test. Like what you try? Pre-order and save!
Demo Price: $20 tax deductible donation to PNSEF (Pacific Northwest Ski Education Foundation). Registration will begin at 8am in the base lodge
Time: 9am-3pm (all demos must be back no later than 2:45pm)
These are expert level skis (no poles or boots). Skis must be switched out every two runs in order to test as many as you want and so everyone can have a turn testing.
List of Manufacturers from 2016 were: Arbor, Armada, Atomic, Blizzard. Dynastar, Head, K2, Kastle, Line, Marker, Nordica, Rossignol Skis & Snowboards, Rome, Salomon, Swix, Volkl.
Contact Kirk McEwan with questions firstname.lastname@example.org or Andrea email@example.com
Get your party shoes on! This is the biggest bash of the year benefiting the Crystal Mountain Ski Patrol Avalanche Dog program. The event is complete with drinks, DJ, photo booth, dancing and royalty! Who will be this year’s Dirt Bag King and Queen?
Theme: Pirates, Hags and Scallywags
Time: 8:30pm-12:00am (last call 11:30pm)
Location: The Bullwheel
Cost: $25.00 (tickets go on sale March 1st at Ski Patrol)
Raffle tickets: $5.00
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Purchase tickets from ski patrol or by emailing Lisa.
The Bullwheel will close at 6pm to the public with the last seating at 4:30pm.
Skin/climb up from the base area and enjoy dinner at the Summit House. $60 registration fee includes dinner at the Summit House with tax and gratuity plus a portion of the proceeds go to NWAC. Raffle prizes for NWAC donation.
All participants must have a headlamp and ski/ride down after dinner. AT demo skis are limited. It is based off first-come first-serve. Please bring your own, borrow or rent AT skis/boards in town to participate in this event. Please send in the registration/sign up sheet by March 25th.
The gondola will NOT be operating after hours for this event.
3:00 p.m.: Check-in at the Mountain Shop
3:30 p.m.: Start time for the “full tour” from the base
3:59 p.m.: Last chair to mid-mountain for a moderate tour (must have a day lift ticket to get on Chinook Express lift or purchase a $10 one-ride Chinook Express lift ticket with registration).
5:00/5:30 p.m.: Summit House arrival/dinner
8-9:00 p.m.: ski down to base under the moon (must have headlamp)
Please print and fill out. Then mail, email or fax back to us! Info on the sheet.
Bring your valid Military or Department of Defense ID card and please join us for half price military lift tickets.
Purchase a half price lift ticket at any ticket window with your valid ID card.
Visit our Military Page for more information on ticket, lesson, rental and lodging discounts.
Our partners at Alta Crystal Resort are offering some great Military Discounts.
The first ever banked slalom to Crystal Mountain is finally here! Introducing, The Last Ditch Effort Banked Slalom presented by Smartwool! Inspired and directed by Crystal Mountain Ambassador Blair Habenicht, this banked slalom is a salute to the 2016-17 winter season and the last banked slalom before the Rat Race Banked Slalom at Mt. Hood in July. On Friday April 14th head out on the slopes for a day full of slushy berms and good times with the snowboard community. Better yet, we are introducing a snowskate division!
8 – 9:30a.m.: Registration/Competitor Bib and ticket pick-up in Day Lodge
9:30a.m.: Start order will be announced in Day Lodge
10:00a.m.: Race Begins
3:00p.m.: Race Ends
4:30p.m.: Awards in Day Lodge/Sundeck (TBD)
To be announced!
Registration will be $35. If you need a lift ticket for the day of the event and register ahead of time online, lift tickets can be pre-purchased with rego for an additional $35. If you plan to register the day of, lift tickets will be an additional $5, making it $40 for a lift ticket. You must be registered to compete to purchase a discounted event lift ticket. The grom division $35 registration fee includes a lift ticket.
Registration (no ticket): $35
Registration + Lift Ticket (online): $35 + $35 = $70
Registration + Lift Ticket (Day Of Event): $35 + $40 = $75
Registration will close on April 12th, 2017.
Mike Brooks was on his way to work when he was killed by an impaired driver on June 7, 2016. Mike left behind a wife (Rachael), a son (McCoy age 10), and a daughter (Finley, age 8). One of the nicest people you will ever meet, Mike was an avid sports fan and an encyclopedia of trivia knowledge.
In addition to his family, Mike loved the outdoors. Whether it was hiking, camping, running, biking, or skiing, Mike loved being active and being outside. Through his work in the ski industry Mike learned of the Outdoors for All Foundation, and worked with them to provide an outlet for people to enjoy the outdoors.
Founded in 1979 in the Pacific Northwest, Outdoors for All delivers adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Outdoors for All enriches the lives of individuals with disabilities by helping them to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Outdoors for All programs include: snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country and downhill skiing, cycling, hiking, yoga, kayaking, day camps, rock-climbing, and camping.
It is in this spirit that friends and family members of Mike have chosen to host a memorial event in Mike’s honor at Crystal Mountain on April 15.
Join us for a fun day on the slopes as we remember Mike Brooks and support a cause that was dear to him. Friends and family invite you to participate in a scavenger hunt for prizes, beer tasting, silent auction and raffle.
Register online: http://
Watching the sun rise over the snow-covered peaks of the Cascade Range will take your breath away. Catch an early ride up to the summit for a Sunrise Easter Service and watch the beauty unfold during an inter-denominational service.
5:45 a.m. – 6:15 a.m.: Ticket windows will be open for scenic tickets sales*
6:00 a.m. – 6:20 a.m. (sharp): Upload the Mt. Rainier Gondola
6:35 a.m. – Sunrise service begins on the ridge just north of the gondola.
6:55 a.m. – Sunrise
Download begins as soon as service is over**
NO SUMMIT HOUSE SHELTER AVAILABLE THIS YEAR. Access to summit restrooms are available. Head straight to the outdoor location from the top gondola terminal for the service. Service location will be held just down the ridge/stairs from the gondola terminal. Appropriate footwear and additional layers highly recommended. No reservations needed.
*No skis or boards allowed to upload this year.
**All guests (skiers, boarders & scenic guests) must download via the gondola immediately after the service.
Lifts open at 9:00 a.m. for skiing and riding to begin. Regular scenic or ski lift ticket rates apply.
Easter Specials at the Summit House
Skiing Easter Bunny – catch him if you can… The Easter Bunny will be shredding up the slopes with pockets full of candy.
Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the Alpine Inn starting at 12:30 p.m. for children 10 and under. Parents- please bring 12 candy filled eggs to the Alpine Inn by 11am.
Skin to win! All ladies must wear either a bikini or one-piece bathing suit (skirts and shorts allowed but no more than a 4″ inseam) and guys must wear speedos or board shorts. Dress like you’re going to be beach! No underwear (boxers, briefs, bras, etc.) allowed.
1st place in each category wins a 2017/2018 Season Pass ($1,200 value)!
Registration is $30 CASH ONLY PLEASE and includes a limited edition Bikini Downhill t-shirt (100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Crystal Mountain Fire Department)
Registration will open in early April. Stay tuned.
Registration is limited to the first 25 in each category (must register in person): Men’s and Women’s Ski and Snowboard
8:30 – 10:00am Registration at the Bullwheel (all competitors must check-in at registration)
2:00 pm Race on Gold Hills
4:00 pm Awards & Live Music by Dancehall Days on the Sundeck
5:00 pm After-Party at the Bullwheel