Events

Jan
19
Sat
Mountain Music Series @ Sundeck
Jan 19 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join us every Saturday for live music on the sundeck! Grab a bite to eat and a cold (or hot) drink to enjoy after a fun day on the slopes and dance the afternoon away. Dancing in ski boots is encouraged! We’ll see you on the dance floor.

Mountain Music Series 2018-19

Dec. 31, 2018: 2-5PMRandy Lynder Band
Dec. 31, 2018: 7-9:30PMTake It To Space
Dec. 31, 2018: 9:30PM - 1AMDJ M-Cubed
Jan. 5, 2019Arkansas and the River Band
Jan. 12, 2019Lady Auds
Jan. 19, 2019Mighty High
Jan. 26, 2019iHeart Radio
Feb. 2, 2019Buzz Brump
Feb. 9, 2019Aaron Crawford
Feb. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Feb. 23, 2019Andonimus & The Lock'd Pocket
Mar. 2, 2019Dance Hall Days
Mar. 9, 2019Junkyard Jane
Mar. 16, 2019TBD
Mar. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Mar. 23, 2019Tiger Blonde
Mar. 30, 2019South Sliders
April 6, 2019TBD
April 13, 2019Dance Hall Days
Jan
24
Thu
Snowshoe & Sip: Washington Wines
Jan 24 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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Grab your friends and head to the mountain this winter for a special evening of snowshoeing in the heart of the Cascade Mountains followed by a tasting and dinner featuring Washington Wines! Guests will get to sample four different wines hand picked from Washington and be able to purchase additional glasses from the Bullwheel Bar during dinner.

Snowshoe & Sip Package Options:

Snowshoe & Tasting: $99 + tax

What’s Included?

  • Snowshoes
  • Guided tour
  • Dinner: plated, paired with the tasting.
  • 4 – 5oz tastings

Schedule:

3:00p.m. Meet your snowshoe guide in the Rental Shop to get geared up.

3:30p.m. Head out for a walk in the snow

5:00p.m. Return gear to rental shop and head to the Bullwheel Restaurant and Bar

5:30p.m. Dinner and tasting at the Bullwheel Restaurant and Bar

Menu:

TBA

Q & A:

Q: What should I bring for snowshoeing?

A: Check the forecast before driving to the mountain to see if it will be snowing or not. We suggest layering and wearing a waterproof layer on top. You can always take layers off while walking if you get too hot and stuff into a backpack. Sturdy hiking boots are also recommended. In your backpack, bring water and snacks for along the hike. Hand warmers are nice to have if you get cold easily. 

Q: Can I attend this if I’m not 21 years of age or older?

A: Yes, you just can’t participate in the tasting of beer/cider/wine. You will be able to sit with everyone and enjoy dinner.

Q: Can I bring my dog on the snowshoe walk?

A: Unfortunately, no. You will be taking a short chairlift ride up to begin your walk and dogs are not permitted on the lifts.

Any other questions? Email Brianna at [email protected] or give her a call at 360-663-3016.

Jan
26
Sat
CM Safety Awareness Weekend
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join Crystal Mountain Pro Patrol and the Crystal Mountain Avalanche Dogs on January 26th and 27th to learn all about snow safety around the slopes of Crystal Mountain. Ari the Crystal Mountain Avalanche Dog will be present to meet and learn more about the dog program. Crystal Mountain Dog Avalanche sweatshirts and shirts will be available for purchase which help support the avalanche dog program for years to come!

Location: Outside Right Angle Sports

Time: 10AM-2PM

Skier Responsibility Code Trivia:

Study the Skier Responsibility Code for your chance to win some fun swag! We’ll be asking trivia questions all day. If you get one right, you’ll be entered to win some awesome prizes from Smith Optics, Nikwax, Oneball and much more!

The raffle will take place at 2:00p.m. If you win, you will be contacted via text message.

Mountain Music Series @ Sundeck
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join us every Saturday for live music on the sundeck! Grab a bite to eat and a cold (or hot) drink to enjoy after a fun day on the slopes and dance the afternoon away. Dancing in ski boots is encouraged! We’ll see you on the dance floor.

Mountain Music Series 2018-19

Dec. 31, 2018: 2-5PMRandy Lynder Band
Dec. 31, 2018: 7-9:30PMTake It To Space
Dec. 31, 2018: 9:30PM - 1AMDJ M-Cubed
Jan. 5, 2019Arkansas and the River Band
Jan. 12, 2019Lady Auds
Jan. 19, 2019Mighty High
Jan. 26, 2019iHeart Radio
Feb. 2, 2019Buzz Brump
Feb. 9, 2019Aaron Crawford
Feb. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Feb. 23, 2019Andonimus & The Lock'd Pocket
Mar. 2, 2019Dance Hall Days
Mar. 9, 2019Junkyard Jane
Mar. 16, 2019TBD
Mar. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Mar. 23, 2019Tiger Blonde
Mar. 30, 2019South Sliders
April 6, 2019TBD
April 13, 2019Dance Hall Days
Jan
27
Sun
CM Safety Awareness Weekend
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join Crystal Mountain Pro Patrol and the Crystal Mountain Avalanche Dogs on January 26th and 27th to learn all about snow safety around the slopes of Crystal Mountain. Ari the Crystal Mountain Avalanche Dog will be present to meet and learn more about the dog program. Crystal Mountain Dog Avalanche sweatshirts and shirts will be available for purchase which help support the avalanche dog program for years to come!

Location: Outside Right Angle Sports

Time: 10AM-2PM

Skier Responsibility Code Trivia:

Study the Skier Responsibility Code for your chance to win some fun swag! We’ll be asking trivia questions all day. If you get one right, you’ll be entered to win some awesome prizes from Smith Optics, Nikwax, Oneball and much more!

The raffle will take place at 2:00p.m. If you win, you will be contacted via text message.

Jan
31
Thu
IMG Avalanche Level 2 Course
Jan 31 – Feb 3 all-day
International Mountain Guides will be teaching its annual Avalanche Level 2 course at Crystal Mountain on Jan 31- Feb 3, 2019 led by IMG guide Harry Hamlin. This is the premier advanced course in the Northwest. The course features instructors that are professional avalanche forecasters, with over 90 years of combined experience.

The format of field and classroom allows the participants to focus on forecasting problems specific to the Northwest. With more than 50% of the instruction in the field, an emphasis is placed on skill development and practice. Classroom workshops will contain some problem solving. This course provides the greatest benefit to participants that have completed Level I training and are familiar with avalanche fundamentals.

At the end of the program, students should be able to:

  • Identify grain types and processes leading to them
  • Identify the weather patterns that develop weak layers
  • Understand the importance and dynamics of spatial variability
  • Identify complex avalanche terrain and select appropriate routes
  • Perform and interpret common stability tests
  • Understand the basic elements of field weather forecasting
  • Understand the role of human factors in accidents
  • Apply objective decision making methods in avalanche terrain
  • Perform efficient group rescue
 
Link for more information, and contact info: [email protected]
Feb
2
Sat
Mountain Music Series @ Sundeck
Feb 2 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join us every Saturday for live music on the sundeck! Grab a bite to eat and a cold (or hot) drink to enjoy after a fun day on the slopes and dance the afternoon away. Dancing in ski boots is encouraged! We’ll see you on the dance floor.

Mountain Music Series 2018-19

Dec. 31, 2018: 2-5PMRandy Lynder Band
Dec. 31, 2018: 7-9:30PMTake It To Space
Dec. 31, 2018: 9:30PM - 1AMDJ M-Cubed
Jan. 5, 2019Arkansas and the River Band
Jan. 12, 2019Lady Auds
Jan. 19, 2019Mighty High
Jan. 26, 2019iHeart Radio
Feb. 2, 2019Buzz Brump
Feb. 9, 2019Aaron Crawford
Feb. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Feb. 23, 2019Andonimus & The Lock'd Pocket
Mar. 2, 2019Dance Hall Days
Mar. 9, 2019Junkyard Jane
Mar. 16, 2019TBD
Mar. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Mar. 23, 2019Tiger Blonde
Mar. 30, 2019South Sliders
April 6, 2019TBD
April 13, 2019Dance Hall Days
Feb
8
Fri
Crystal Mountain Snow Safety Night @ Main Lodge
Feb 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Each month we will host a community snow safety night to highlight specific topics related to snow safety out on the slopes of Crystal Mountain including deep snow safety, avalanche awareness, tree wells, helmet safety and much much more! Each month we will have a member of the Crystal Mountain Pro Patrol to answer questions and/present on certain topics. 

Dates & Topics:

February 8th: Avalanche Awareness

March 8th: TBD

Feb
9
Sat
Mountain Music Series @ Sundeck
Feb 9 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join us every Saturday for live music on the sundeck! Grab a bite to eat and a cold (or hot) drink to enjoy after a fun day on the slopes and dance the afternoon away. Dancing in ski boots is encouraged! We’ll see you on the dance floor.

Mountain Music Series 2018-19

Dec. 31, 2018: 2-5PMRandy Lynder Band
Dec. 31, 2018: 7-9:30PMTake It To Space
Dec. 31, 2018: 9:30PM - 1AMDJ M-Cubed
Jan. 5, 2019Arkansas and the River Band
Jan. 12, 2019Lady Auds
Jan. 19, 2019Mighty High
Jan. 26, 2019iHeart Radio
Feb. 2, 2019Buzz Brump
Feb. 9, 2019Aaron Crawford
Feb. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Feb. 23, 2019Andonimus & The Lock'd Pocket
Mar. 2, 2019Dance Hall Days
Mar. 9, 2019Junkyard Jane
Mar. 16, 2019TBD
Mar. 16, 2019Dancehall Days
Mar. 23, 2019Tiger Blonde
Mar. 30, 2019South Sliders
April 6, 2019TBD
April 13, 2019Dance Hall Days
Feb
14
Thu
Snowshoe & Sip: Sierra Nevada
Feb 14 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

REGISTER NOW

Grab your loved one or best friends and head to the mountain this Valentines Day for a special evening of snowshoeing in the heart of the Cascade Mountains followed by a tasting and dinner featuring Sierra Nevada! Guests will get to sample four different beers from Sierra Nevada and be able to purchase additional glasses from the Bullwheel Bar during dinner. What’s more romantic than spending the evening in the snow with you loved ones? We hope to see you there!

Snowshoe & Sip Package Options:

Snowshoe & Tasting: $99 + tax

What’s Included?

  • Snowshoes
  • Guided tour
  • Dinner: plated, paired with the tasting.
  • 4 – 5oz tastings

Schedule:

3:00p.m. Meet your snowshoe guide in the Rental Shop to get geared up.

3:30p.m. Head out for a walk in the snow

5:00p.m. Return gear to rental shop and head to the Bullwheel Restaurant and Bar

5:30p.m. Dinner and tasting at the Bullwheel Restaurant and Bar

Menu:

TBA

Q & A:

Q: What should I bring for snowshoeing?

A: Check the forecast before driving to the mountain to see if it will be snowing or not. We suggest layering and wearing a waterproof layer on top. You can always take layers off while walking if you get too hot and stuff into a backpack. Sturdy hiking boots are also recommended. In your backpack, bring water and snacks for along the hike. Hand warmers are nice to have if you get cold easily. 

Q: Can I attend this if I’m not 21 years of age or older?

A: Yes, you just can’t participate in the tasting of beer/cider/wine. You will be able to sit with everyone and enjoy dinner.

Q: Can I bring my dog on the snowshoe walk?

A: Unfortunately, no. You will be taking a short chairlift ride up to begin your walk and dogs are not permitted on the lifts.

Any other questions? Email Brianna at [email protected] or give her a call at 360-663-3016.