Crystal Mountain Resort, WA, to Open Again for 6th Bonus Weekend

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Celebrate Pride Month with a sixth bonus weekend at Crystal Mountain, WA. Credit: Resort Twitter

Just when you thought it was all over, they pull you back in! Crystal Mountain Resort, WA, announced Tuesday that they will be opening for yet another bonus weekend, their sixth, June 11-13.

Get ready for yet another weekend of bonus skiing and riding! Green Valley is open this upcoming weekend, June 11-13, for the SIXTH bonus weekend of the season! Snowpack is holding up strong, and our crews are working hard to keep us shredding till the end. We will be offering gondola downloads from the top to allow you to get back to the base area safely. We will not be allowing skiing or walking down to the base. Big thank you to everyone coming together to make this possible. 20/21 Season Passes will be valid and limited tickets are available for purchase online. Mount Rainier Gondola will begin loading skiers and riders at 9 am. Green Valley will be open 9 am-3 pm. Currently, our hiking trails are still partially snowed-in down to mid-mountain. Thank you for your patience as we allow things to melt out. Scenic Gondola Rides will be from 10 am-5 pm. The last download back to the base will be 5:30 pm. The gondola will continue to operate for sightseeing Fridays through Sundays in June, and daily summer operations will begin July 2.

The Summit House is open for indoor dining and take-out with outdoor picnic tables along the ridge. Tower 16 is also open at the top of the gondola. In the base area, we’ve got the Fireside Cantina and Quicksilver Coffee serving drinks and food along with the 10 Barrel Brewing Trailer out on East Peak Plaza. While you’re in the base area be sure to check out the demo sale on skis and boards and swing by Right Angle Sports to check out the new selection of summer items including North Face tents and sleeping bags. Seasons change, your destination doesn’t have to.

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