NOVEMBER 24, 2020 | 2:30PM

20/21 Season Opener Outlook

Winter is off to a strong start in the Cascades! Just like you, we are stoked to see so much snow on the ground before Thanksgiving and are excited for the first turns of the season. Those first laps on your favorite chair aren’t too far away either! Our plan is to open the first week of December with as much terrain as possible. As long as the snow keeps stacking up, our objective is to open with more lifts and terrain than is typically offered for the first several days of the season. Same as any year prior, our plans are dependent on snow depth and conditions. If Mother Nature provides one or two more snowstorms before we open, it will set the mountain up for a stellar kickoff to the 20/21 season! As we approach that timeframe, stay tuned for an opening day announcement with the date and more details.

Opening Week - Passholders Only

Opening day through opening weekend will be open to Summit passholders and Ikon passholders only. At this time we do not plan to require reservations for Summit passholders. Ikon passholders must reserve in advance via or the Ikon mobile app once reservations become available for opening day/week.


Lift tickets will not be available for opening day/weekend. We plan to open lift ticket sales after this initial part of the season.

Season Pass Information

Mailing Daily

Our crew is mailing season passes on a daily basis. If you haven’t received yours yet, watch for it to land in your mailbox soon. Passes purchased using the payment plan option are also mailing. We aim to have passes delivered prior to opening day, but if you don’t have yours before your first trip to the mountain, don’t worry! Simply swing by a ticket window and we’ll quickly provide a lift ticket to get you out on the mountain for your first day.

Season Pass Sales

For those of you eagerly waiting to purchase a 20/21 season pass, we plan to put them back on sale Friday Nov.27 at 10am. Unlimited and LTD pass quantities will be limited and we expect them to sell out. Be sure to check out our all-new season pass offerings as well. They are perfect for skiers and boarders that can head to the mountain during less busy times.

  • New Remedy Pass – Access on Off-Peak Days.
  • New Twilight Pass – Access After 2pm All-Season, Except Two Blackout Days

Tubing Park Information

The Summit Tubing Park is not yet open for the season. We plan to open as soon as their is enough snow to prepare the hill for use and ticket sales will begin once we have announced an opening date. In-line with many other aspects of our business, The Summit Tubing Park is going to look a little different this winter in order to make snow tubing as safe and as fun as possible.

  • Reduced Capacity: Each session will have substantially fewer guests
  • Online Only: Walk-up tickets will not be available at The Summit Tubing Park this winter
  • Increased Sanitization: Of snow tubes and new on-hill toucheless sanitization stations available for guests.

More Information: Passes & Products

  • If you have not received your season pass, don’t worry! We are mailing season passes every day. Watch for yours to land in your mailbox soon.

  • Do not despair! We know how important skiing and snowboarding is to you and are now mailing passes purchased using our payment plan. Normally passes on payment plans are not mailed until the final payment has processed. However, considering the circumstances and rapidly approaching season we feel it’s important to get your pass delivered as soon as possible. If you do not receive your pass in time for your first trip to the mountain, please stop in to any ticketing location and we will provide a ticket for the day.

  • You can update your Season Pass profile information and upload a new pass photo here

    If you purchased your pass prior to November 1, 2020, please email your new pass photo to

13-Point Guide To Winter At The Summit

Your Guide to Winter at The Summit During Covid-19 The Summit at Snoqualmie might look a little different this season, but we've made a few changes to make sure you can experience your home mountain in the best ways possible. Take a look as we walk you through our top 13 protocols for the upcoming 20-21 season.