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Terrain Parks - Crystal Mountain

Riders Guide

As the biggest ski resort in Washington, it has plenty to offer intermediate skiers. A vertical rise of about 3,100 feet is much more than most other ski resorts offer. It's a family-friendly resort that's ideal for skiers with at least some experience. Beginner slopes and terrain are available for first-timers and new skiers, but about 54 percent is ranked for intermediate and another 35 percent ranked for advanced to expert riders. A few steep slopes can challenge even the experienced.

Parks and Pipes

The Sasquatch Jib Park is the snowboarding mecca and isolated on the 4,400 foot-long Mr. Magoo run. Jumps of 15 feet, 25 feet, and 30 feet offer challenges, along with a rainbow box, C-box, combo features, and a 22-foot down rail, just for starters. Giggles Park offers a quarter pipe, rails, boxes, barrel jibs, jumps and spines. And don't miss that 8-foot roller jump. The terrain parks have ever changing features, with some rails and boxes lower and smaller for beginners to learn.

Out of Bounds

The ski school is perfect for new skiers and kids. Because most of the trails are intermediate, a class or series of classes can help beginners learn to handle the easy trails, so they can move up to the many various intermediate trails. Don't miss the spa, and programs like snowshoe tours and snowmobiling. Cross-country skiing is available, too. Horse-drawn carriages, dog sledding, ice skating, ice hockey, Wii game nights, moonlight hikes through the snow, scavenger hunts, snowman searches, and so much more.

Hangout & Hookup

Stay on the mountain for eating, après-ski, and just relaxing with family and friends, or head into the town for more options than you can imagine. Because it's the state's biggest resort, the biggest variety of restaurants, bars and entertainment are available around Crystal Mountain.