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Crystal Mountain - Directions: From Seattle: Drive south on I- 5, take exit 142A to Auburn, follow Hwy 164 to Enumclaw and Hwy 410 east for 33 miles before entering Mount Rainier National Park. Go six miles up Crystal Mountain Boulevard to the resort. Hwy 410 is closed east of Crystal Mountain during the winter.        Hours of Operation: 9am to 4pm        Adult Pricing: Full day - $60 Half day - $55        Website:        Phone number: 1.888.754.6199

Mt. Baker - Directions: 56 miles east of Bellingham on State Hwy 542 - take exit 255 from I-5        Hours of Operation: 9am to 3:30pm        Adult Pricing: $39.46        Website:        Phone number: 360-734-6771

Stevens Pass - Directions: Located on Highway 2 at the Pacific Crest Trail crossing        Hours of Operation: 9am to 10pm        Adult Pricing: 9am to 10pm - $57.09; 12pm to 10pm - $49.72; 3pm to 12pm - $34.99       Website:        Phone number: 425-353-4400

Summit at Snoqualmie - Directions: Located on Highway 90 (Snoqualmie Pass), 60 miles east of Seattle at the Pacific Crest Trail crossing        Hours of Operation: 9am to 10pm        Adult Pricing: 9am to 5pm - $45; 4pm to 10pm - $29        Website: Phone number: 425-434-7669

White Pass - Directions:        Hours of Operation: 12:30pm to 4pm               Adult Pricing: $41 (weekend and holiday); $29 (midweek)        Website:        Phone number: 509-672-3101

Mission Ridge - Directions: 11 miles from Wenatchee        Hours of Operation: 9am to 4pm        Adult Pricing: $42        Website:        Phone number: 509-663-6543

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