Overview

Last update: Wednesday, 12:00 am
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Open Trails

Groomed Trails

Open Lifts

Area Overview

Summit West
17 °F
60 "
Snow Depth
mph
Wind
Snowfall
0 "
Since 5 AM
0 "
12 HR
0 "
24 HR
0 "
48 HR
Alpental Top
32 °F
106 "
Snow Depth
20 mph
Wind
Snowfall
0 "
Since 5 AM
0 "
12 HR
0 "
24 HR
0 "
48 HR
Alpental
17 °F
63 "
Snow Depth
mph
Wind
Snowfall
0 "
Since 5 AM
0 "
12 HR
0 "
24 HR
0 "
48 HR

How to Read Our Snow Data Above
Snowfall amounts for 12hr (overnight), 24hr, and 48hr timeframes are based on measurements taken at 5am daily. 24hr and 48hr snow totals are cumulative, so whatever fell in the last 24 is built into the 48. Between 5pm and 5am our weather data is automatically updated based on telemetry data from Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center and represents our overnight totals. The "Since 5am" snowfall amount is based on manual measurements taken periodically throughout the day.

Wind speeds for the base of Alpental and Base of Summit West courtesy of Yahoo! Weather.

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Top of Alpental Cam
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Dot Road Cam (Snoqualmie)
Alpental Mid-Mountain Cam
Silver Fir Cam

Snow Reporter's Comments

January 17, 2017: I was skeptical about the quality of the turns when I headed out this morning, but I was pleasantly surprised to find them good. The small amount of freezing rain we have seen has mixed with an equal amount of snow and hasn’t affected the groomers negatively. Groomed runs are edgy and fast but off-piste riding is firmer and less entertaining. Now, I’m not saying it is a fabulous day out but the mountain is still riding really well on the main runs. Higher humidity mixed with the lingering temperature inversion make for frigid chairlift rides and low clouds have the visibility low as well. So be sure to bundle up. But, if you brave the weather and the forecasts, you’ll find quality corduroy with few people around to chop it up. Zero lift lines of course! In anticipation of the storm, we have limited operations with Summit Central chairs Holiday, Triple 60, and Central Express running until 4 PM. I went looking for good turns and found them at Summit Central. Don’t be afraid to come get some for yourself.

With winter in top gear it's very important to check the WSDOT for information about road and weather conditions over Snoqualmie Pass and be prepared for possible winter travel conditions, closures, and delays.

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Central Park provides the air, and park crew craftsman Logan provides the care. The medium jump line is prime! #SummitCentral #SummitatSnoqualmie @summitparks
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Hours of Operation

Areas open: 1 of 6
Alpental
closed
Summit West
closed
Summit Central
9 AM - 10 PM
open
Summit East
closed
Nordic
closed
Tubing
closed

Total Snowfall

Last update: Thursday, 5:21 am
152"
Base
(at 3100 ft)
62"
Max Bottom Depth
(Recorded Jan 1)
113"
Max Top Depth
(Recorded Jan 1)

I-90 Snoqualmie Pass

Last update: Wednesday, 12:00 am

Conditions

Compact snow and ice on the roadway. WB lanes of I-90 Snoqualmie Pass are closed due to multiple snow slides at MP 50. WB traffic is stopped at MP 106 near Ellensburg, MP 84 near Cle Elum and MP 70 near Easton. The WB lanes will remain closed all night until crews can assess the slides during daylight hours, on Wednesday morning

East Bound Restrictions

Chains required on all vehicles except all wheel drive, Oversize Vehicles Prohibited.

West Bound Restrictions

Pass Closed