Incomparable Crystal Mountain Resort

Annual Snowfall: 486 Inches

Lifts: 11, including the only gondola in a Washington Ski Resort

Number of Trails: 57

Terrain: 2,600 acres total; 2,300 acres lift serviced

Vertical: 3,100 feet

 

Elevations:

  • 6,872 feet: Summit House

  • 7,002 feet: Silver Queen—Highest lift serviced peak in Washington State

 

Snowmaking:

$5 million dollar addition in new state-of-the-art Super Puma snow guns.

 

Recent News:

Top 10 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Right Now!

John Kircher Acquires Crystal Mountain

On March 31, 2017, Crystal Mountain Ski Resort was acquired in its entirety by John Kircher in a transaction between Kircher and Boyne Resorts, Inc.  The sale comes 20 years to the day after Boyne purchased Crystal Mountain from a group of 850 shareholders, many of whom were original shareholders when the ski area was founded in 1962.

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Crystal Mountain Resort Web Cams

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Crystal Mountain Media Kit

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Crystal Mountain Accolades

  • October 2017 Snorting Elk Cellar wins “Best Après-Ski Bar” in North America
  • September 2009 Crystal was listed #9 by Powder Magazine for Backcountry access
  • October 2007 Ranked #2 is Skiing Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Top 5 Backcountry
  • October 2005 Ranked #20 Ski Area in North America on Skiing Magazine’s Top 25 list
  • October 2004 Ranked #7 Ski Area in North America on Skiing Magazine’s Top 25 list
  • October 2003 Ranked #12 Ski Area in North America on Skiing Magazine’s Top 25 list
  • October 2002 Ranked #25 Ski Area in North America on Skiing Magazine’s Top 25 list