Snow Sports Northwest is a private ski and snowboard school that has brought the mountain experience to thousands of skiers and boarders over the last 50 years. Our friendly, professional staff provides students the opportunity to build their skills and confidence in a safe and FUN environment.
We offer a multitude of programs for all ages and skill levels including multi-week group lessons to learn alongside skiers and boarders with similar skill levels. We also offer personalized private lessons for individuals or groups for the ultimate in customized education.
Nestled on the slopes of Summit Central and only 53 miles from Seattle, we invite you to join us at Snoqualmie Pass! Sign up today and spark a whole new adventure for you and your family — giving them something they can enjoy for a lifetime.
For more information and to sign up, go to the 2021-22 Programs page
For any questions or concerns, message us at the Contact page
See you on the slopes!
2021-22 Season – And We’re Back!
We’re excited to welcome you back and have been hard at work adapting our policies in order to provide a safe environment for our guests, team members and mountain community. We continue to be flexible and follow current CDC guidelines as the pandemic develops. Please see below for the current guidelines:
All students must have a seasons pass. Day passes will be limited so we will require all multi-week students to get a seasons pass. A link for student seasons pass will be provided when you register for your lesson package and guarantees you a pass for the season.
The SSNW Lodge will be closed to the public this season. In order to maintain social distancing guidelines, we unfortunately will not be opening the lodge to the public this year. We suggest making your car your home base. Grab some chairs and a good lunch and have a family tailgate!
Remember: Wear masks during classes and when you cannot social distance, keep at least 6ft apart when possible and please stay home if you don’t feel well.
We’re in this together! Please follow the guidelines in order to keep everyone safe and the mountain open.