At the end of a long mountain road, you will find Crystal Mountain. The trip to Crystal is an adventure in its self. You'll get a sense of adventure and anticipation as you travel up the winding road with snow-covered evergreen trees in the winter. During the summer you're bound to see peek-a-boo views of Mt. Rainier or the tall waterfalls that line the road. It's a trip worth taking. 
Driving Directions From:

We’re closer than you think! Crystal Mountain is just 90 minutes from Tacoma and 105 minutes from Seattle.
      1. Drive south on I- 5
      2. Take exit 142A WA-18 East to Auburn
      3. Take Hwy 164 E to Enumclaw
      4. Merge onto Hwy 410 and travel 33 miles (before entering Mount Rainier National Park.)*
      5. Turn left onto Crystal Mountain Boulevard travel 6 more miles to the resort.
      *Hwy 410(Chinook Pass) is closed east of the Crystal Mountain Entrance during the winter.
      1. Drive North on I- 5
      2. Take exit 142A WA-18 East to Auburn
      3. Take Hwy 164 E to Enumclaw
      4. Merge onto Hwy 410 and travel 33 miles (before entering Mount Rainier National Park.)*
      5. Turn left onto Crystal Mountain Boulevard travel 6 more miles to the resort.
      *Hwy 410(Chinook Pass) is closed east of the Crystal Mountain Entrance during the winter.
      1. Drive North on I- 5
      2. Take exit 127 onto WA-512 E to Puyallup
      3. Merge onto WA-167 N toward WA-410 E
      4. Take WA-410 E to Sumner
      5. Continue on WA-410 E through Bonney Lake, Buckley, Enumclaw.
      6. Then continue on Hwy 410 and travel 33 miles (before entering Mount Rainier National Park.)*
      7. Turn left onto Crystal Mountain Boulevard, travel 6 more miles to the resort.
      *Hwy 410(Chinook Pass) is closed east of the Crystal Mountain Entrance during the winter.
      1. Take I-90 West to Seattle (80 Miles)
      2. Take exit 25 WA-18 to Auburn/Tacoma
      3. Take SE 231st Street exit to 169/Maple Valley
      4. Continue to WA-169 South
      5. Turn Left onto Griffin Ave
      6. Turn Left onto WA-410 E
      7. Then continue on Hwy 410 and travel 33 miles (before entering Mount Rainier National Park.)*
      8. Turn left onto Crystal Mountain Boulevard, travel 6 more miles to the resort.

        *Hwy 410 (Chinook Pass) is closed east of the Crystal Mountain Entrance during the winter. The only way to get to Crystal Mountain during the winter is I-90 via Snoqualmie Pass or Hwy 12 via White Pass. Visit WSDOT for updates on Chinook Pass opening.
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    Midweek Bus Groups

    There are many popular bus programs coming from all around Western Washington headed to Crystal Mountain. Hop on a bus with a group of other snow enthusiasts, take a nap or strike up a conversation with a new friend. Bus schedules will be published in early November. 

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