Surface Condition: Primary: Machine Groomed Secondary: Hard Packed

Primary On-Piste Surface Condition

Primary On-Piste Surface Condition
Spring
Wet Packed
Hard Packed
Powder
Packed Powder
Variable
Skier Packed
Heavy Snow
xMachine Groomed

Primary Off-Piste Surface Condition

Primary Off-Piste Surface Condition
Spring
Wet Packed
xHard Packed
Powder
Packed Powder
Variable
Skier Packed
Heavy Snow
Machine Groomed
Surface Conditions PDF
TOP
6,830'
0”
OVERNIGHT
0”
24 HOURS
0”
48 HOURS
110”
SNOW DEPTH
62˚
TEMP
BOTTOM
4,570’
0”
OVERNIGHT
0”
24 HOURS
0”
48 HOURS
50”
SNOW DEPTH

TEMP

Weather

partly-cloudy

Partly Cloudy

Mountain Status

Groomed Trails

typeNameStatusHoursSpecial Notices
liftGondola29 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
lift
Chinook Express29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
lift
Forest Queen29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
liftDiscovery29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
lift
Quicksilver29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
liftChair 629 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
liftRainier Express29 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
liftGreen Valley29 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
liftNorthway29 a.m. to 3 p.m.
liftGold Hills29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
lift
Magic Carpet29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
liftSouthback29 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
liftSasquatch Park29 a.m. to 4 p.m.
typeRunGroomedStatus
1 2Queen’s Run21
1Broadway 21
1Discovery Meadow21
1Lower Arwine's21
1Quicksilver21
1Snow Garden 21
1Tinkerbell21
2Berry Patch21
2Bill's Face21
2Buck21
2Downhill21
2Exterminator Ridge 21
2Lower Gandy’s Run 21
2Gold Hills22
2Howeird21
2Huckleberry21
2Kelly’s Gap Road21
2Little Magoo21
2Little Shot21
2Lower Chappelle’s 41
2Lower Green Valley21
2Lower Grubstake Left21
2Lower Grubstake Right21
2Lucky Shot41
2Mel’s Left21
2Mel’s Right21
2Mr. Magoo 21
2Powder Pass21
2Pro Course 41
2Rolling Knolls21
2Sheppard21
2Sideburn21
2Snorting Elk41
2Snorting Elk Traverse21
2Stump Farm21
2Upper Arwine’s21
2Upper Chappelle’s21
2Upper Ferk’s21
2Upper Gandy's21
2Upper Green Valley41
2Wally’s Way21
3Paradise21
3Blazing Elk21
3Boondoggle 41
3Deer Fly21
3Lower Ferk’s41
3Northway22
3Lower Otto Bahn22
3Middle Ferk’s41
3Right Angle Ridge21
3Sluiceway21
3Sled Face41
3Upper Otto Bahn21
3Upper Sluiceway21
3West Face41
4Bull Run21
4The Plunge21

Tips Up

That's a wrap on the 2016-17 winter season! It's been a great season and we thank you for joining us out on the slopes. Don't forget to purchase your 2017-2018 Season Pass before rates increase on June 1st. We will be open daily from June 23rd to September 17th for hiking, disc golf, horseback rides, scenic gondola rides, dining at the Summit House and more. Seasons change, your destination doesn't have to!

Mark Your Calendar

Jul
23
Sun
Crystal Mountain Trail Clean Up @ Crystal Mountain Resort
Jul 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Time to put the annual Crystal Mountain Summer Clean-up on your calendar! This is a great opportunity to help clean up the slopes we ski all winter long and even rack up some volunteer hours!
 
Volunteers will meet at 10:00a.m. at the bottom of the Mt. Rainier Gondola. Crystal Mountain will
supply trash bags for each group and a ride to the summit. At the summit the Clean Up leader, Holden Withington will discuss which areas need to be covered during the day and places where trash bags can be dropped off on the way down.
 
Volunteers will reconvene at the base lodge at 3:00p.m. to compare treasures and enjoy a BBQ hosted by Crystal Mountain.
 
All you need to bring are the usual items for a day on the mountain in late July. Sunscreen, water, bug repellant and rain gear. Dogs on leashes are welcome!
 
This event is open to everyone who enjoys the mountains and wants to help keep them clean. It’s amazing how much trash we collect each year proving the importance of this annual event. If you’d like to join us, please RSVP by July 16th to Brianna Stoutenburgh at bstoutenburgh@skicrystal.com or by phone at 360-663-3011.
Aug
18
Fri
Ragnar Trail | Rainier, WA @ Crystal Mountain Resort
Aug 18 – Aug 19 all-day

Ragnar poster. people sitting around a fire.Ragnar Trail Relays presented by Salomon is heading back to the Evergreen State! Our new venue (which will replace Ragnar Trail Cascades), is located at Crystal Mountain, less than two hours from Seattle. Dubbed Ragnar Trail Rainier-WA, this race features views of mountain lakes, Mt. Rainier and fresh-scented evergreen trees. Grab your team of 8 runners (or ultra-team of 4 runners), and get ready for an unforgettable overnight trail running relay. Not sure how it works? Teams start Friday, and run relay-style, on three different trails, or “loops,” through the night, and into Saturday, until each member has completed all three loops. When you’re not running you’ll enjoy the party-vibe at Ragnar Village, roast s’mores, camp under billions of stars, sleep (maybe), and wait for your turn to run again, and again. Ragnar Trail Relays are like summer camp for adults, with lots of trail running, and no curfew. Mark your running calendar for Aug. 18 -19, we’ll see you at Crystal Mountain!

More info can be found at: https://www.runragnar.com/event-detail/trail/rainier

We’ll see you on the trails this August!