NO NEED TO WORRY, we have you covered! The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 shouldn’t prevent you from purchasing your pass at the lowest price, or keep you from buying early to reduce your payment amounts when using our budget friendly payment plan. The coverage is deep, just like those classic Cascade storm cycles!


Worry-Free Winter Assurance

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    Free With 20/21 Passes
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    Included Thru September 22, 2020
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    Two Layers Of Protection
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    Alleviate The Uncertainty

Worry-Free Winter Assurance provides Summit passholders with two layers of protection for their season pass purchase. First, if for any reason you feel uncomfortable about the upcoming season you have the option to defer the value of your season pass to the 2021/22 season any time before Dec. 10, 2020. Second, if you choose not to defer your pass and The Summit is not open for 105 days or more, you'll receive a credit toward the purchase of a 2021/22 season pass.

It's all included with Summit season passes through September 22 , 2020. Scroll down for complete details on each layer of protection and plan for a worry free winter.

All aspects of Worry-Free Winter Assurance are non-transferable and can only be used by the guest assigned to the 2020/21 product.


Season Deferral Option

IT'S YOUR CHOICE! If for any reason you feel uncomfortable about skiing in the upcoming season after purchasing a 20/21 Summit season pass, you can choose to defer 100% of the value of your pass toward the purchase of any single pass available for the 21/22 winter season. Season deferral requests must be submitted by December 10, 2020.

  • Passes scanned during the 2020/21 season are not eligible for rollover. 20/21 Unlimited Black and LTD Plus passes that were used during the 19/20 season are eligible for a prorated deferral - minus any days used.

  • All retail 2020/21 Summit passes purchased by September 22, 2020, that have not been used during the 20/21 season are eligible for this program. Lift tickets, frequency cards, multi-day tickets, promotional products, employee passes, and daily rental products are not eligible for this program.

  • Yes, you can purchase a different season pass product. If you choose to purchase a lower-priced pass product, you will receive a Summit gift card with the remaining balance. If you choose a pass that is more than your credit you will need to pay the difference between your credit and the pass product chosen at the time of purchase. Actual 2021/22 season pass product age categories and prices will apply and may vary. The passholder will be responsible for any cost increases if the passholder is no longer eligible for a pass product or age category, and/or a pass product is no longer offered.

  • Season pass deferral requests must be submitted by December 10, 2020. Requests submitted after December 10 will not be fulfilled. 

    If you wish to defer your Summit Season Pass for the 20/21 winter season please email our deferral team at

    If you have already received your pass please mail it back, along with a note requesting a deferral to us at:
    The Summit at Snoqualmie
    Attn: Season Pass Deferral Department
    PO Box 1068
    Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

Season passes aren’t the only seasonal products that include some protection! Summit SnowSports School Multi-Week Lesson Programs, Advanced Programs, Teams and our season rental products are eligible for season deferral.


105 Day Promise

OUR PROMISE: If The Summit is not open* for at least 105 days during the 2020/21 season, The Summit will provide a credit toward the purchase of a 2021-22 season pass. The value of the credit will be determined by the percentage of days the resort was not open out of 105 days.

For example - if the resort is open 84 days you will receive a 20% credit toward the purchase of a 21/22 season pass. (105-84)/105=.20 or 20%

Credit will be calculated after the resort closes for the season. Scroll down for complete details.

  • It's no secret, the length of the season varies every winter here in the Northwest. Most winters bring plenty of snow and few unexpected closures, but occasionally things out of the resort's control impact operations and the number of days in a season. Because every season is different, we chose to base the number of days covered on our 7-year average days open.

  • For a day at the mountain to be counted as open, at least one of The Summit's four primary base areas must have been open for alpine skiing and snowboarding. The Summit's four primary areas include Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central, and Summit East.

  • Yes, if for any reason The Summit is not able to open at all due to Covid-19, war, terrorism, or a natural disaster, then you will receive a 100% credit towards the purchase of a 21/22 season pass.

Additional Important Information

  • Yes, this program is available to all age categories as well as passes purchased through a discount, for example Military or Protector & Defender pass discounts. The value of deferral credit will be for the amount paid in the 2020/21 season, not for the listed retail value.

  • Previously our Snow Guarantee was an add-on. However, considering these unprecedented times and the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, our new Worry-Free Winter Assurance plan is included at no additional cost with all season passes purchased by September 22, 2020, including passes purchased using our payment plan.

  • No, this program does not provide a refund. Worry-Free Winter Assurance only provides a credit that can be applied to the purchase of 2021-22 season passes only.

  • You will receive a gift card with the remaining balance.

  • The value of any credit issued for your 20/21 pass could be applied to the purchase of any 21/22 season pass. You would be free to change the level of pass if desired. Credits would be non-transferable from the original 20/21 pass purchaser.

  • Yes, thank you for purchasing early!

  • No, credits are non-transferable and may only be used by the original 2020/21 passholder.

  • The value of the credit will be determined by the percentage of days the mountain was not open out of 105 days. Calculated as (105-days open)/105=credit percentage

  • In the event a passholder is restricted from travel due to a local stay-at-home order, that exceeds 30 days prior to Jan 30th when the resort is open, and the pass is unused, a credit for the full pass value will be available for the 21/22 season.