Skiing & Snowboarding in Lacey

$23 for $45 Toward Introductory Ski or Snowboard Lesson — Mini Mountain

Mini Mountain


Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $23

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Hot Wax and Edge Sharpen for One or Two Skis or Snowboards at Superior Seconds Gear Exchange (Up to 50% Off)

Superior Seconds Gear Exchange


Hot wax and edge sharpen keeps downhill skis and snowboards in the best condition; base repairs available for an extra charge

$35 $18

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Eight Weeks of Morning or Afternoon Snowboarding Lessons for Ages 6 and Older at SnowSports Northwest (41% Off)

SnowSports Northwest

Snoqualmie Pass - Summit Central

Two-hour snowboarding lessons for ages 6 and older

$295 $175

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Seven Weeks of Snowboarding Lessons for One or Two at Lyon Ski School (51% Off)

Lyon Ski School

Stevens Pass

Students of all ability levels learn snowboarding skills to safely and skillfully carve slopes

$200 $99

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Ski or Snowboard Lesson for 1 or 2 or Three-Lesson Package at Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School (Up to 56% Off)

Alpine West Ski & Snowboard School

Snoqualmie Pass

Sharpen your skills on the slopes at any age, with guidance from certified instructors who know the terrain well

$80 $38

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Snowboarding Lessons for Kids and Adults from Ski Masters (Up to 50% Off). Seven Options Available.

Ski Masters

Town Center

Over the course of six or seven weeks, adults and children as young as 3 master snowboarding basics

$240 $120

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Emerald City Trolley's cars may not run on tracks any longer, but their road-ready tires are just about the only thing that differentiates them from the old-fashioned trolley cars of yore. At the helm of this green, yellow, and wood-trimmed beauty is an experienced guide, who pilots it around Seattle with stops at notable city sightseeing destinations. Hop-on/hop-off routes change with the seasons, but in the winter passengers might visit The Space Needle and the Seattle Art Museum, while the summer route takes them off the beaten path to The Ballard Locks and the Experience Music Project.

424 East 25th Street

Draped across half a dozen peaks adjacent to Mount Rainier National Park, Crystal Mountain immerses visitors in more than 2,600 acres of snow-covered terrain. Skiers and boarders strap into their speedy planks and hitch a ride up the mountain on 1 of 11 chairlifts. After unloading, they point their tips toward sea level, fire up their boots' afterburners, and zoom down more than 50 named trails that range from the winding, novice-friendly Queens Run to the backcountry bowls of Penny Dawg's Cliffs and Paradise Trees. Those in need of a trick fix can head to the Sasquatch Jib Park, where a series of rails, boxes, and pole jams offer ample opportunities for grinding and sliding. Crystal Mountain averages 367 inches of snowfall per year, ensuring enough powder to satisfy thrill-seekers and still leave enough to sprinkle on an après-ski belgian waffle. In addition to the slopes, Crystal Mountain hosts the Mt. Rainier Gondola, which hauls visitors up 2,500 vertical feet in 10 minutes to the mountain's cherry-strewn summit. There, they feast their eyes on panoramic mountain views sprawling in every direction or dine on international cuisine at Summit House Restaurant, the highest restaurant in Washington state.

33914 Crystal Mountain Blvd

Following a strict Leave No Trace philosophy, Backcountry Adventure Guides instills environmental stewardship in each of its participants as they venture on fitness-filled nature jaunts. Whether climbing, skiing, or snowshoeing, the trio of guides—all of whom boast extensive outdoor sports backgrounds—uses each trek as an opportunity to stress the importance of preserving our natural surroundings and refusing to shave Bigfoot no matter how much money he offers.

33914 Crystal Mountain Blvd
Crystal Mountain,

Alki Kayak Tours and her sister store, Mountain to Sound Outfitters, equip guests with all the tools necessary to delve into Puget Sound’s surrounding wilderness regardless of season. Authorized dealers of goods from outdoor brands including Rossignol, Nordica, Snap Dragon, and Boardworks SUP, Mountain to Sound Outfitters’ knowledgeable equipment masters can outfit expeditions bound for skiing trips to Mount Rainier or full-contact LARPing in Olympic National Park. Alki Kayak Tours keeps adventures moving with vehicle rentals ranging from kayaks and paddleboards to fishing boats and bikes. Guided sea-kayak and paddleboard tours meander through Puget Sound during warmer months, introducing adventurers to the Emerald City’s fragile natural beauty and the mindful guides’ various methods of preserving it.

3602 SW Alaska St

Mini Mountain helps people of all ages experience the thrill of outdoor extreme sports, even if they can't be outside. Thanks to the training center's unique downhill treadmill-like machine, visitors can ski and snowboard year-round?they just happen to be indoors. The wide, sloping treadmill features a smooth surface and runs on a perpetual uphill loop, mimicking the sensation of gliding down a snowy slope. Private lessons help students master their maneuvers and turns, relying on guidance from professional instructors and the same rental gear they'd use on real slopes.

But the students sometimes still venture outdoors?those who complete enough indoor work are eligible to join the small-group skiing lessons that explore the Summit at Snoqualmie. And rock-climbing day camps travel to various nearby cliffs, so students can work on improving their climbing skills and beating mountain goats at staring contests.

1900 132nd Ave NE

In 1960, Sally Strand, a Northshore District High School science teacher, had a dream of sharing her love of skiing with her students. This led her to start the program that would eventually become Mohan Skiing & Boarding. Today, the non-profit ski school services six school districts with lessons, leadership training, and scholarships for any youngsters hoping to learn to ski. Led by veteran skiing gurus Rob Stimmel and John Mohan, the academy?s staff leads instructional expeditions on the snow-swathed slopes of Snoqualmie Summit Central, teaching students of all ages how to carve through powder, zoom down steeps, and use giant icicles as makeshift ski poles. Guests can schedule a private lesson for one-on-one instruction or register for one of their weekly group sessions, which range from weekend lessons for tykes ages 3?5 and Thursday executive ski sessions for adult alpinists.

2181 Highway 906
Snoqualmie Pass,