Snoqualmie Pass Adventures for Every Season Events Attractions More Info From the famous steeps and Back Bowls of Alpental to the forest trails at Summit East, there is a wide variety of terrain for every ability level across The Summit’s four unique mountain areas. The Summit at Snoqualmie Just 20 minutes from North Bend on Interstate 90, The Summit provides a fun, convenient escape 7 days and 6 nights a week. The local mountain also offers terrain parks, over 50km of Nordic trails, snowshoe rentals, and a Tubing Park for guests of all ages to experience an easy winter thrill. The fun doesn't stop when the sun goes down! Night skiing is a big part of the mountain culture in this region and you'll find the most lit terrain in the United States, right here in your own backyard. The Summit has a long-standing tradition of offering value-based season passes for local skiers and snowboarders, as well as beginner lesson and rental packages that make it easy and affordable to become a lifelong skier or snowboarder. If you ask a friend or family member where they learned, odds are it was at The Summit. The Summit at Snoqualmie is currently closed during the summer, but there is still plenty of outdoor fun at Snoqualmie Pass during the warmer months. You'll find endless miles of trails to hike, all providing a unique journey through the stunningly beautiful Central Cascades and Alpine Lakes Wilderness. You can also take your adventure to the water on one of the many local lakes by way of kayak or canoe. Taking a dip in the clean mountain water is a great way to cool off after a hike on a hot summer’s day.