Crystal Mountain is the best place to celebrate Thanksgiving with your loved ones. Spend all day on the slopes then FEAST after!


Package for one – THANKS1

Package for Two – THANKS2

Package for Family – THANKSFAM

Thanksgiving Package Pricing for 2015

Packages Valid on Wednesday, November 25th, 2015 – Thursday, November 26th, 2015

Alpine Inn Restaurant Open for feasting at 4 pm

Reservations Requested for ALL Parties, Call 360.663.2262 to reserve today!

$127+tax: Singles
$160+tax: Couples
$256+tax: Families


Overnight Lodging

Thanksgiving Dinner

Alpine Breakfast

**Lift Tickets not available with package, but discounted tickets are available at the Crystal Mountain Ticket Window.

Thanksgiving can be even more memorable and fun at Crystal Mountain Hotels. Spend the weekend with us so you can charge the slopes of Crystal Mountain, take a beautiful hike in the mountains, and cut your own Christmas Tree!
Enjoy the Mountains and Leave the Cooking to Us!

Christmas Tree Cutting Permit Information

Contact the Forest service office for hours to pick up your permit for cutting your own Christmas Tree- a wonderful family or friends tradition!

Snoqualmie Ranger Station
USFS Enumclaw Office
Enumclaw Office
450 Roosevelt Avenue East
Enumclaw, WA
Phone: (360) 825-6585

Sample Thanksgiving Menu 2014 at the Alpine Inn Restaurant

OPEN AT 4PM on Thanksgiving
All dinners include:

Green bean Casserole with toasted almonds,
homemade cream corn,
candied yams with marshmallows,
hot bread
pumpkin pie with whipped cream.

Winter Green Salad–with Toasted Walnuts, Braised Pears, Bluecheese and Balsamic Vinaigrette $5
Soup of the day
Wild Mushroom Bisque $5

Main Course:
Homestyle Turkey Dinner
Apple & Sage Glazed TurkeyHerbed Conrbread Stuffing and cranberry Relish $21 (Children 10 & under  $12)
Baked Pacific Salmon Pacific Salmon with Citrus Maple Glaze$26
Rocksalt Crusted Prime Rib of Beef served with Creamy Horseradish & Au Jus12 0z—$28
Dessert Special
Homemade Pumpkin Cheesecake $6

All of the fun and none of the work–what could be a better Thanksgiving?