Crystal Mountain to open for skiing, snowboarding tomorrow

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CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN, Wash. — Crystal Mountain is reopening for skiing and snowboarding, the resort announced Tuesday, after it received six inches of snow overnight.


A couple of Crystal Mountain Resort employees hiked up to the top of the mountain today (Tuesday) to make some turns. (Photo: Crystal Mountain Resort)

The total base depth in Green Valley is 30 inches, the resort said.

The gondola and Green Valley chairlift will run from Wednesday (Nov. 20) to Sunday (Nov. 24). The hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lift tickets are discounted to $25.

The resort plans to close Nov. 25-27 (Next Monday through Wednesday) and reopen on Thanksgiving Day.


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