Skiing closed at Snoqualmie through Thursday
SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. – The Summit at Snoqualmie is expected to reopen Friday after a water leak forced the ski resort to close this week.
“Good News!! SPUD has located and isolated the water leak and are now in the process of restoring non-potable water to our facilities,” the resort said in a tweet. “Now that water is flowing, we plan to reopen tomorrow! Detailed ops info & limitations coming soon.”
We’ll update this article when more details come out.
SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. – Snoqualmie just can’t catch a break.
Amid some of the best snow of the season, all of Snoqualmie will be shut down to skiing through at least Thursday because of a water shortage.
It was the second piece of bad news of the day Wednesday. Earlier, power went out and closed Alpental. Summit Central was open all day, and Summit West opened at 4 p.m.
The water problem was closed because the pumps went down due to the power outage.
"As much as we would love to resume normal scheduled operations for Thursday, it isn't possible given this situation," resort officials said in a statement. "We apologize to all our guests for this unfortunate and temporary inconvenience."
Anybody who purchased a lift ticket for Wednesday night or Thursday will automatically receive a refund.