The Northwest tradition of skiing on Snoqualmie Pass began in the 1920’s and 30’s, pre-dating the 1937 opening of the Snoqualmie Summit Ski Area. The earliest skiers were a hardy group of world-class ski jumpers who hiked up hill and competed on a jump built by the Seattle Ski Club, near Beaver Lake Hill. Interest in the sport by both jumpers and spectators grew rapidly, and in 1933 the Seattle Parks Department applied for a permit from the United States Forest Service to establish a ski hill at Snoqualmie Pass. Learn More
Situated less than an hour from Seattle and composed of four unique base areas, we pride ourselves on our convenience and diversity of terrain. Check out this stats page to get the complete numbers for The Summit. Learn More
The Summit is proud to be a member of the Boyne family of ski resorts, operating throughout North America. Please check out the entire Boyne Resorts group: Crystal Mountain, Washington, Sunday River, Maine, Sugarloaf, Maine, Loon Mountain, New Hampshire, The Inn at Bay Harbor, Michigan, Brighton, Utah, Boyne Mountain, Michigan, Boyne Highlands, Michigan, Cypress Mountain, British Columbia, and Big Sky, Montana.