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April 11, 2019

Alpental Update

Summit Central is now closed, but the season isn't over yet! Follow us up the valley as this Saturday and Sunday we will be moving all operations over to Alpental. We'll have plenty of fun going on in the base area with our Spring Bash celebration, plus discounted lift tickets all weekend. Join us for live music, drink specials, and spring laps.

Upper mountain has received a heap of hot pow throughout the week, giving that terrain a really solid refresh and boost to coverage. We might even see some more snow through the weekend. Spring in the PNW is a wild one, so embrace and enjoy!

We plan to have all lifts operating at Alpental this weekend, plus the addition of Alpy Park on St. Bernard. Scroll down for more info.

Lifts Operating April 13-14

    • Armstrong Express
    • 9AM-4PM
    • Edelweiss
    • 9AM-4PM
    • St. Bernard
    • 9AM-4PM
    • Sessel
    • 9AM-4PM
    • Magic Carpet
      Operations may adjust
    • 10AM-4PM

Even Lower Ticket Prices

We dropped prices again! Always order your tickets online to get the best deal, but we'll have lower spring prices at the ticket window as well.

    • Adult Full Day
      Window rate - ages 13+
    • $55
    • Youth & Senior Full Day
      Window rate - ages 7-12, 62-69
    • $40
    • Child & Super Senior Full Day
      Window rate - ages 0-6, 70+
    • $15

LTD & XPass Restrictions Lifted

It's that time of the year again, starting this Saturday we are removing the restrictions for the remainder of the season on XPass and L-T-D passes. If you have an L-T-D or XPass you can now ski or ride anytime Alpental is open, until we close for the season. So take advantage and make tracks this weekend!


The Summit SnowSports School will be offering private lessons out of the Alpental SnowSports office this weekend. Stop in or reserve in advance by calling 1-425-434-6748. Private lessons will be the only lesson type available.

Caution: Low Snow Depth

Low snow depth has uncovered the usual hazards on the hill, such as exposed rock/dirt, small tree stumps, creeks, and holes. Fresh snow on the upper slopes will help cover up some of those hazards, but be wary of hazards below the surface after spring storms. Always look ahead and watch for both marked and unmarked hazards. It's up to you, the skier, to be aware of risks on your way down.


Low snow depth and soft snow introduce challenges and limit grooming. Our operators will be working hard each night to groom as much terrain as possible. Be sure to check trail status of your favorite runs each morning.

Terrain Parks - #AlpyPark Returns

Alpy Park 2019: New Zone

Apr 12, 2019

The shred never ends! Come check out the new flow zone on St. Bernard this spring. We'll have new features each weekend, for your sending pleasure.