Summit Nordic Center

North Bend, Washington

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High above Snoqualmie Pass chairlifts, and a world apart from the rat race of alpine skiers and snowboarders, is an intricate web of outstandingly groomed cross-country ski trails. With twenty-eight trails to choose from, a main lodge with heated bathrooms and food service, two warming huts to relax in, a rental shop for gear you don’t own or simply forgot to bring, lessons aimed at making your day on skis more enjoyable in this mountainous terrain (they teach you how to go down hills), and night skiing on Wednesdays, this resort rivals Sun Mountain in the Methow Valley. A trail pass may seem expensive, but it comes with a ride on the chairlift, allowing skiers to be whooshed up from the valley floor to the ridge crests 500 vertical feet above. Avalanche potential: moderate
100 Best Cross-Country Ski Trails in Washington

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100 Best Cross-Country Ski Trails in Washington

by Vicky Spring & Tom Kirkendall (The Mountaineers Books)

High above Snoqualmie Pass chairlifts, and a world apart from the rat race of alpine skiers and snowboarders, is an intricate web of outstandingly groomed cross-country ski trails.

With twenty-eight trails to choose from, a main lodge with heated bathrooms and food service, two warming huts to relax in, a rental shop for gear you don’t own or simply forgot to bring, lessons aimed at making your day on skis more enjoyable in this mountainous terrain (they teach you how to go down hills), and night skiing on Wednesdays, this resort rivals Sun Mountain in the Methow Valley. A trail pass may seem expensive, but it comes with a ride on the chairlift, allowing skiers to be whooshed up from the valley floor to the ridge crests 500 vertical feet above. Avalanche potential: moderate

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Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing
Nearby City: North Bend
Distance: 30
Elevation Gain: 500 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Duration: 4+ hours
Season: Mid-December through March
Additional Use: Skiing
Local Maps: Green Trails, Snoqualmie Pass No. 207
Driving Directions: Directions to Summit Nordic Center

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May 2018