Alpental is synonymous with skiing in the Pacific Northwest. Its deep-rooted history and legendary terrain make this mountain a bucket list item for skiers and riders. The area provides some of the steepest and deepest runs in the region. Take a ride up the infamous Chair 2 and you'll see what we mean. Two intermediate lifts and a magic carpet make Alpental a great place to teach the young ones to rip. Stop by the one of the lodges for a beer or bite when the day is done.


Area Summary

  • 1 Icon
    Surface Lift
  • 1 Icon
    Quad Chair
  • 3 Icon
    Double Chairs
Last Updated: Tuesday, 09:07 AM

Lift Status

    • Closed Alpental Magic
    • Closed Armstrong Express
    • Closed Edelweiss Chair
    • Closed Sessel Chair
    • Closed St. Bernard Chair
Last Updated: Tuesday, 09:07 AM

Trail Status

  • groomed Groomed
  • night Night Skiing
  • Closed St. Bernard easiest
  • Closed Cascade Traverse More difficult
  • Closed Debbie's Gold More difficult
  • Closed Lower International More difficult
  • Closed Sessel More difficult
  • Closed Dom most difficult
  • Closed Edelweiss Bowl most difficult
  • Closed Eisfallen most difficult
  • Closed Gunmount most difficult
  • Closed Ingrid's Inspiration most difficult
  • Closed Kante most difficult
  • Closed Meister most difficult
  • Closed Rollen most difficult
  • Closed Snake Dance Gate most difficult
  • Closed Adrenaline expert
  • Closed Schluct expert
  • Closed The Fan expert
  • Closed Upper International expert
  • Closed Elevator Gate
  • Closed Nash Gate
  • Closed Breakover
  • Closed Felsen
  • Closed Powder Bowl
  • Closed Shot Six Gate

The Best of Alpental

Dining at Alpental


Powder House

Quick and quality! Craft beers on tap from local breweries with fresh street tacos served up to satisfy the hungriest shredders on the mountain.

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