Crystal Mountain Summer Experience   /  *See:  Gondola Summer Rates (2018)

A skiers paradise transforms into a summer oasis. Once the snow melts the wildflowers take bloom. Scenic Gondola rides will be offered daily. Bask in the beauty of the surrounding peaks and seemingly limitless views. Dine at Washington's highest elevation restaurant {sits @ 6,872 Feet, near the top of the Mt. Rainier Gondola}, and is considered one of the most scenic dining experiences in the state, open for brunch, lunch and Sunset Dinners.  (The Summit House Restaurant @ 33914 CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN BLVD - 360.663.3085),*Recently Voted #1 @ Only In Washington's Top Restaurants You Should Visit, Before You Die*  serves fresh Northwest dishes in a beautiful alpine setting with views in all directions.  Explore the surrounding hiking trails, lakes and waterfalls. Take a guided horseback ride in the alpine wilderness. Play a round of disc golf or explore one of the many cycling routes and mountain biking trails that surround the area. With a variety of lodging options, Crystal is the perfect base camp for your summer adventures around Mt. Rainier. Crystal Mountain is just 6 miles from the Northeast entrance to Mount Rainer National Park. Plan your wedding or special event at Crystal Mountain and let our catering and banquet staff take care of your every need. Come explore. Breath it in. It's an experience you'll never forget!

  • Crystal Mountain Winter Experience    /   *See:  Gondola Winter Rates (2017-2018)

  • Skiers, riders and foot passengers can all catch a ride to the summit to experience the incredible views, access the Summit House restaurant and drop into the vast terrain that plunges below the ridge line. The Summit House will open for First Tracks Breakfast Saturdays and Sundays, lunch daily along with Aprés and dinner service Fridays and Saturdays. Kick off your boots after a day on the slopes and head on back up to the Summit House to catch the sunset down the valley or watch as storms develop over Mt. Rainier.
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  • GREENWATER = CDP COMMUNITY IN PIERCE COUNTY, WASHINGTON

  • On the western edge of Mt. Rainier National Park & Snoqualmie National Forest, in the Cascades. The Water in the two rivers that surround the town and in nearby Lonesome Lake really does look green. Nearby wilderness areas include Glacier View, Tatoosh, Clearwater & Norse Peak.

  • Greenwater, Located 21 Miles East Of Enumclaw along Chinook Pass / S.R. # 410, is the jumping off point for a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities.

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