Silver Skis Chalet is located at the Crystal Mountain Resort, just 33 miles east of Enumclaw, 50 miles from Tacoma, WA and 70 miles from Seattle, WA and 9.5 miles from the Sunrise entrance to Mount Rainier National Park.

Silver Skis Chalet
33000 Crystal Mountain Boulevard
Crystal Mountain, Washington 98022
Tel. (360) 663-2558
Fax (360) 663-0145

The turnoff from SR 410 is located at: MP 57.49
GPS 46.9353893/-121.4748123

*Registration office is located in Silver Skis, which is the last building as you drive into the resort, on the left. If you arrive after dark, look for the giant tree lit up with a thousand lights!

Silver Skis Chalet has the best views from your condo of the mountain, ski slopes, chairlifts & gondola! Just step out your door and hop on the Crystal Mountain Ski Resort chairlift or gondola! Everything is within close walking distance … just park your car and forget about is until it’s time to leave.

Silver Skis Condos are 150 yards from Crystal Ski Resort’s Gondola, Chairlifts, and Village Base Area.

Directions From Seattle

From I-5, take the I-405 N Exit 154A
Merge onto WA-167 S Exit 2 toward Kent/Auburn
Merge onto WA-18 E toward Auburn
Take the WA-164 exit toward Enumclaw
Follow WA-164 to WA-410 and turn left (East)
Follow WA-410 for past the town of Greenwater
Turn left onto Crystal Mtn Blvd and follow to resort.

Directions From Tacoma

Option 1: Take I-5 north and exit at WA-18 then follow the directions above.
Option 2: Take I-5 north and exit at WA-164/River Road toward Puyallup. Turn left at the end of River Road and follow the sign to merge onto WA-167 and then merge onto WA-410. Follow 410 through Bonney Lake, Buckley, Enumclaw, and Greenwater. Turn left on Crystal Mtn Blvd and follow to resort.

Option 3: From I-5 take WA-512 exit. Merge onto WA-167 N toward Seattle/Yakima. Merge onto WA-410 toward Sumner. Follow 410 through Bonney Lake, Buckley, Enumclaw, and Greenwater. Turn left on Crystal Mtn Blvd and follow to resort.

Directions from Portland

Take I-5 North towards Seattle. Take exit 127 to merge onto WA-512 E toward Puyallup. Take the exit onto WA-167 N toward WA-410 E/Seattle/Yakima. Exit onto WA-410 E toward Sumner/Yakima. Continue to follow WA-410 E through Enumclaw. Turn left at Crystal Mountain Blvd/National Forest Develop Rd 7166 and follow to the resort.

Directions From Naches/Yakima

From Yakima take Hwy 12, then take Hwy 410. 3.4 miles past the Sunrise entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park, you will come to the intersection of Hwy 123 and Hwy 410. Follow the bend to the right to stay on Hwy 410. Travel 8.3 miles until you see the sign to Crystal Mountain Recreation Area / Crystal Mountain Blvd. Turn right at the intersection and travel 6 miles up to the resort. Follow the signs to the Silver Skis Chalet Guest Registration. Please note that Cliffell to Crystal Mountain section of Hwy 410 is closed from mid-November to mid-April each year due to heavy snowfall. Check the pass report before you leave Yakima/Naches.

“The location is ideal- closest to the Gondola,hiking trails, restaurants and really close to Mt. Rainier National Park. Our room was very clean and the kitchen had everything I needed to cook a family meal- they even have BBQ grills outside near the pool! The staff is super helpful and they have lots of extra amenities that really make this place stand out- lots of board games and outdoor games to borrow, a massive DVD rental library, and the POOL is fantastic. I also really appreciated the upscale bathroom toiletries and good coffee.” 


“Closest lodge to Crystal. Approximately 50 yard walk to Skiing. Hot heated pool open until 10pm. Great huge billows of steam when the snow falls on you in the pool. Cool experience. 3 levels. Rooms are remodeled. Internet WiFi, tv, cable, movies and games. Full kitchens and dishwashers. Fun experience!”


Silver Skis Chalet and Crystal Mountain Resort are made possible by a partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and the private sector.  Please observe all laws and regulations relating to this land, your safety, and the preservation of the natural resources we all cherish. This establishment provides services, accommodations and privileges regardless of race, color, creed, sex, religion or national origin. Persons are employed on an equal basis to operate, maintain, or construct facilities for your enjoyment.

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