Full Moon Wine Dinner (SOLD OUT)

Full moon Wine dinner

Full Moon Wine Dinner ( SOLD OUT)

We welcome you to wine and dine with us this summer in a unique and special mountain setting.  The Summit House is a great place to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays or just get together with family and friends. On August 16th we will be featuring a wine pairing with dinner during the full moon. Escape to the mountains for this beautiful moonlit mountain experience at 6,872′.

Reservations are required and available online.

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Questions? Contact Guest Services at 360-663-3050

Elysian Brewmaster Dinner (21+ Only)

Elysian Brewmaster Dinner (21+)

We welcome you to wine(or Beer) and dine with us this summer in a unique and special mountain setting.  The Summit House is a great place to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays or just get together with family and friends. On July 26th, join us for the Elysian Brewmaster Dinner featuring a menu paired perfectly with Elysian Beers. 

Reservations are required and available online.

Check out the Menu


Questions? Contact Guest Services at 360-663-3050 

About Elysian Brewing Company:

Three-time Large Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival, Elysian Brewing Company operates three locations and a production brewery in Seattle, Washington. Known both for classic styles and for flexibility and innovation, Elysian has brewed over 500 different recipes since opening in 1996. While Elysian’s brewers use a variety of unusual ingredients, they are seasonally notorious for their pumpkin beers. Each year Elysian hosts the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where dozens of different pumpkin beers are poured, some of them from giant pumpkins.

Our first Seattle location opened in 1996 on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s most populous neighborhood. Elysian Fields, opened in August 2006. Perched next to Seattle’s two sports arenas, Fields seats 400 and packs the house at lunch and on gamedays. Elysian Fields has since become an innovation center for our brewers where new beers are brewed each week on the 7bbl brew. In 2017, our Taproom opened next to our Georgetown brewery.


Seafood Extravaganza

Seafood Dinner at the Summit House

Seafood Extravaganza

We welcome you to wine and dine with us this summer in a unique and special mountain setting.  The Summit House is a great place to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays or just get together with family and friends. On July 13th, join us for our first themed dinner event, “Seafood Extravaganza.” Enjoy all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer: beautiful mountains, fresh air, and fresh seafood!

Reservations are required and available online.

Check out the Menu 


Questions? Contact Guest Services at 360-663-3050

SheJumps Wild Skills Adventure: Crystal Mountain

Join us for a Wild Skills Adventure at Crystal Mountain Resort on Friday, August 9th! SheJumps’ Wild Skills Adventures are open community events where parents/chaperones participate with the girls. Throughout the adventure, girls are introduced to a range of outdoor skills which include first aid, navigation, leave no trace, 10 essentials, shelter building and more.

We strive to engage all generations in the sharing of knowledge and understanding. Connecting experience, energy and love for our natural places with the technical and survival skills girls need to get out and adventure.

Schedule for the Day:

The event start is a rolling one – where groups can show up as they want between 9:30 am – 11:30 am and move through the stations until they close at 3 pm.

On the day of the event, you’ll register and get your specialized Wild Skills Adventure map which will guide you throughout the event. You start the day at the Crystal Mountain base area with a lesson in Leave No Trace principles and a ‘gear check’ to make sure you brought your 10 Essentials.

From there you’ll board the Crystal Mountain scenic gondola which takes you over wildflower meadows and climbs up 2,000 feet to the summit where you can enjoy views of Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Range.

From the summit, you’ll wind down the Crystal Mountain trail to different Adventure Stations set up throughout your journey. At each station, you’ll learn something new, have a challenge to figure out or get a treat. The Adventure Stations will allow girls to put to practice areas of our Wild Skills curriculum including shelter building, navigation, first aid, sound mapping and more.

Once you’ve completed the task at the station you’ll get a stamp and move along to the next. At the end of the hike, you’ll turn in your Adventure Map for a chance to win prizes.

At the end of the hike, we’ll have a Wrap Party with games, music, face painting, food for purchase and a chance drawing.


  • 9:30 am Registration Opens
  • 10 am Gondola rides start & Adventure Stations open
  • 1 pm Wrap Party at Base Area opens
  • 4 pm Chance Drawing winners pulled


This event is for ages 6-17 who identify with the female community and their families. We recommend those under the age of 12 be accompanied by a responsible adult but this is at the parent/guardians discretion. Please be sure to read the full event and trail description to decide if this event is appropriate for you and your child.

About the Hike:

SUMMIT TO BASE AREA (CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN TO SILVER CREEK TRAIL) 4.8 miles, 3 hrs. Ride the Mt. Rainier Gondola to the summit, walk the service road towards the Green Valley chairlift, take a sharp left just before the chairlift on the switchback heading south below the gondola. The Crystal Mountain trail starts below Powder Bowl. Meander through ski runs, alpine lakes and an old mining area called Jim Town. Once you reach Henskin Lake, you will continue onto the Silver Creek trail back to the base area.

What to bring:

Helpful Tips:

  • Wear comfortable footwear with good traction
  • Bring layers (It can get cold in the shade even on hot days)
  • Wear Sunscreen

You will have the opportunity to purchase SheJumps merchandise at the Wrap Party at the end of the event.


Sign up to volunteer for this event here: https://forms.gle/H646j9nEBgaacc3e6

Station Sponsors:



Mount Rainier National Park

Yukon Trading Company

Arc’teryx Seattle

Crystal Mountain

Interested in sponsoring a station? Contact Christy Pelland at [email protected]


If you are unable to afford the cost of the ticket, you can apply for a scholarship. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

Mountain Harvest & Brew Festival 2019

Mountain Harvest & Brew Festival 2019

Join us to celebrate another fun summer in the Pacific Northwest by welcoming fall and the delicious fall inspired foods that come along with this time of year. We’ll have family-friendly games, an all ages beer garden, live music, and fall-inspired food.


Ticket includes one-pint glass (while supplies last), two beer tokens, live entertainment, and family fun games.


Regular 8/1 – 9/14: $35

Youth (ages 5-20): $10

Kids (ages 0-4): FREE

Part of the proceeds will benefit the Rainier Foothills Foundation supporting our local communities. 


  • Bale Breaker Brewing Company
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing
  • Elysian Brewing Company
  • Icicle Brewing Company
  • Pyramid Brewing Company
  • Alaskan Brewing Company
  • Tieton Cider Company
  • More TBA


We’ll be dishing up delicious bratwursts from the grill on the Sundeck from 12-6pm. Purchase a bratwurst ticket from the entrance booth or Fireside Café to get your grub on.

Tickets: $10



  •  Ladder Ball
  • Corn Hole


  • Root Beer Floats (Offered out of Fireside Café with Root Beer Float Token)
  • Pumpkin Decorating
  • Games


Established in 1982, Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation (RFWF) is a community-based nonprofit organization that mobilizes our community to address the critical issues of hunger, access to healthcare, mental health, and student success. Their mission is to create and support a healthy community.

RFWF carries out its mission through community-wide, core initiatives including the Care Van and Neighbors Feeding Neighbors; initiatives designed to meet emerging needs including mental health and integrated student supports; mini-grants to other organizations that align with our mission; and by providing meaningful opportunities for caring citizens to serve and invest financially in their community.



Ascent Yoga Festival

Join us this July for a weekend of relaxation, meditation, and connecting with nature in the beautiful alpine setting of Crystal Mountain. This two-day yoga festival was developed from our previous yoga retreats to include more yoga sessions, breakout nutritional sessions, painting, hiking, delicious locally-sourced food and much more. Bring your friends, bring your mat and escape the city to enjoy a weekend at Crystal Mountain to re-center and relax.


Ascent Yoga Festival Schedule


Two Day (Friday & Saturday): $239 

Register for Two Day


  •  All Main Tent Sessions
  •  5K Fun Run
  • Gondola Ticket for Friday & Saturday
  • Dinner Friday & Lunch on Saturday
  •  1 select session on Friday
  •  1 AM and 1 PM Breakout session on Saturday 
  •  1 select session on Saturday

One Day (Saturday Only): $199

Register for One Day


  •  Gondola Ticket for Saturday
  • Lunch on Saturday
  •  1 AM and 1 PM Breakout session on Saturday
  •  1 select session on Saturday

Registration Instructions:

Once you register, you will receive an email within 24 hours with a link to register for your select classes. You will need to choose one (1) of the following classes from each section below:
Friday select classes:
  • Guided Hike (1-3:00 p.m.)
  • Sunset Yoga (8-10:00 p.m.)
  • Soundbath (8-9:30 p.m.)

Saturday Select Classes:

  • Sunrise Yoga (5-7:00 a.m.)
  • Sunset Yoga (8-10:00p.m.)
  • Soundbath (8-9:30 p.m.)

Saturday AM Class (10:30a.m. – 12:30p.m.):

  • Deep Stretch
  • Guided Hike
  • Inversion Focus
  • Nutrition
  • Painting

Saturday PM Class (2-4:00p.m.):

  • Deep Stretch
  • Guided Hike
  • Inversion Focus
  • Nutrition
  • Painting



Jen Rudnick: Trained in Iyengar-style yoga- Jen teaches Winter yoga classes and has lead Summer retreats at Crystal Mountain in the past.

Classes: Sunrise Yoga, Guided Hikes

Courtney Thomas: Nutrition Classes

Serena Tomaso: Serena is a compassionate and refreshing teacher known for challenging and encouraging her students in all environments. Using a physical practice that facilitates mental growth, she can guide all levels of yoga per the capabilities of her students.

Classes: Welcome Yoga

Malia Dullanty: Bio coming soon!

Classes: Saturday welcome yoga

Ali Mazzeo: Ali teaches grounding, musically-inspired yoga classes incorporating restorative yoga, myofascial release techniques and practices that incorporate strength building and stress-relief. She discovered yoga in college as a powerful tool for calming the mind and connecting to the inner self. An accountant by day and yoga instructor by night, she’s a huge advocate of creating a healthy work-life-balance and desires to bring mindfulness, body awareness and empowerment to her students.

Classes: Sunset Yoga

Bailey: I began yoga in 2010 for mental clarity and then I realized it was a great workout too! Yoga helped with my flexibility and hip mobility, and I loved how it made me feel so I took the leap and completed my Yoga teacher training through CorePower yoga in 2014. I enjoy developing challenging, intelligent sequences that allow my students to feel confident in more ways than one. I love connecting with students and having fun in my classes!

Classes: Inversions

Shay Camp-Masias: Bio coming soon

Classes: Inversions 

Ali: Ali is an accountant by day and yoga instructor by night, she’s a huge advocate of creating a healthy work-life-balance and desires to bring mindfulness, body awareness, and empowerment to her students.

Classes: Deep Stretch

More instructors TBA


Studio Barre and Lounge

Sierra Nevada

KYLA Hard Kombucha


  • Yoga leggings / Shorts / Sweats
  • Tanktop / T-shirt
  • Light layers
  • Moisture-wicking fabrics
  • Hat for daytime
  • Sunglasses
  • Warm layers for evenings


  • Yoga Mat
  • Water bottle
  • Daypack
  • Light snacks- fruit, juice, trail mix, etc.
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Hiking/running shoes
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Layers
  • (optional) Notebook, Journal, Camera, etc.


What type of classes are being offered?
We are offering sunrise/sunset yoga on The Summit Platform, Iyengar, Hatha Vinyasa, Yin yoga, yoga/nutrition workshops, guided hikes and sound bath meditations. 
Do I need to attend all breakout sessions?
Nope! These are limited capacity, so you can register for classes when you purchase your ticket online. 
Where can I get breakfast and dinner on Saturday?
Attendants will be on their own for breakfast Saturday morning. We recommend light foods, and smaller meals throughout the day so you can get the most out of your yoga classes!
Dinner will be available at the Fireside Café until 7 PM The Summit House Restaurant and Alpine Inn Restaurant will be open. 
Where can I stay overnight?
– RV/Camping: You are welcome to bring your RV, Van, Bus, or caravan up. Discover more information on Camping at Crystal Mountain here.
– Hotels: While Crystal Mountain does not own any lodging, we have a variety of options nearby and onsite. 

Superpark 22

Crystal Mountain and Oakley To Host Superpark 22

SNOWBOARDER Magazine and Oakley are stoked to bring Superpark 22 to the steep, deep, wild, and unruly alpine of Crystal Mountain, Washington 4/29 – 5/3! This stoic staple of the Cascades provides the perfect platform for Superpark to return to its place as the ultimate proving grounds for the world’s elite park practitioners.

Ever since its inception in 1997, SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Superpark has been at the forefront of providing our sport’s preeminent performers with an unrestricted platform for progression. By pairing the best terrain park builders in the world with their talented riding counterparts, Superpark has led the conversation when it comes to pushing the limits of feature creation and next level trickery.

Once again, Pisten Bully is providing the machinery for the invited build teams to erect what is sure to be one of the most inspired Superparks to date.


Special Note: These tickets are for spectating only. Guests will be able to ride up Chinook Express & Forest Queen Express Chairlifts for viewing purposes only. Viewing will be limited to the Forest Queen Chairlift and Campbell Basin Lodge. General public will then only have one run to take down the mountain which will be marked and designated to Mr. Magoo’s (Forest Queen Chairline). It’s recommended that anyone attending be a strong intermediate to advanced skier/snowboarder to access this terrain due to conditions. These tickets are intended for spectating purposes and not to get runs in. Questions? Email Us!


The event will be taking place on the trails off Forest Queen Express.  Access to the event will be on Chinook Express and Forest Queen Express from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The mountain is closed for this private event and there is no uphill travel allowed, however there are two ways to see it live.

1) All 19/20 Ikon Pass holders will have access to the venue. Simply stop by the ticket window to pick up a ticket.
2) There’s a limited number of tickets available online for $40.

The Details:

  • There will be no uphill travel allowed in the resort during this event. Uphill travel will be allowed again after course teardown, Monday, May 6th.
  • Campbell Basin Lodge food court and bar will be open.
  • Tickets must be purchased online in advance.  There will be no tickets available at the ticket windows.
  • There will be a spectator lane for viewing along the course, must have skis or snowboard and be at least an intermediate.
  • The trails are not open for skiing or riding.  The terrain will be limited and setup for viewing only, must have skis or snowboard to access the view areas.
  • The Rental Shop will be closed so you must have your own equipment.
  • 18/19 Passes expired on April 21 and will not be valid for access to this event.

Sage Kotsenburg airing one out at Superpark 21. p: E-Stone


Military Appreciation


Military Appreciation – April 6-7, 2019

As a special thanks to our military, those with valid ID will receive 50% off walk-up ticket rates and $25 rental packages by simply presenting active or retired Military or Department of Defense I.D. at the ticket window or rental shop.  Excludes scenic gondola tickets.

Sierra Nevada Spring Splash

Splash into Spring with us on April 21st to ring out another awesome season on the slopes of Crystal Mountain. The pond skim will be hosted from 2-4pm in the base area. Bring your best spring attire and show off your pond skimming skills. There will be prizes for the best pond skims (male/female) and best dressed! 


April 21st: 8-10a.m. in the Chinook Cafe

$20 each participant, benefitting the Crystal Mountain Volunteer Patrol (cash only)

Ages: Must be 18 or older

NEW TIME: 2-4PM in the Meadow


8-10AM: Registration in the Chinook Cafe

2-4PM: Pond Skim

4PM: Awards


Best Female Pond Skim (Ikon Base Pass for the 2019/2020 winter season)

Best Male Pond Skim (Ikon Base Pass for the 2019/2020 winter season)

Best Dressed (Sierra Nevada Snow Swag and more!)


Red Bull Homerun

Join us on Saturday, April 6th for Red Bull Homerun – a participative skiers and snowboarders race down the mountain from top to bottom with high speed, technical and gliding sections, to be the first one down the slope. Red Bull Homerun crowns the fastest skiers and snowboarders, along with the best dressed in the PNW.

We’ll end the race with an Apres Ski Party on the Sundeck from 5-8PM.

Registration: Spots are currently sold out, but there will be unclaimed bib pick up starting at 1PM on event day.


The Course & Race Details:

Racers will stage their gear at the top of the Forest Queens Chairlift. From there, the racers will start down the knoll at the Chair 6 Chair line. When given the signal, racers will run up-hill to their gear, clip in and start their run down Upper Chapelle’s to Queens. From Queens racers will take a right onto Snow Garden and follow that to Quicksilver. From Quicksilver, it’s a straight run to the finish arch in the Discovery Meadow. 

NOTE: This is a high speed, mass start race for expert skiers and riders only.  Competitors should realize that this event is unique and involves significant risk.  Voluntarily engaging in this activity could result in injury, death and/or damage to property.  Some risks are inherent in or integral to the nature of this event and cannot be eliminated or reduced.

Course Map: