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Guest Arrival Information

PLEASE REMEMBER:

Check In Time Is:   

4:00 PM - 10:00 PM PST 

There will be no early check in due to Covid-19.           

 

Check Out Time Is: 

11:00 AM PST

There will be no late check out due to Covid-19.     

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

There ARE additional fees for late check in after 10:00 PM $75.00 Please see our FAQ page for explanation. 

We HIGHLY suggest you print out the MAPS below for your arrival to prevent getting lost on Crystal Mountain.

Also, PLEASE READ and ADHERE to the Terms and Conditions which will also be in your room with your Parking Pass. 

 

We reserve the right to charge extra fees if the policies are not adhered to as requested.

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Driving Directions from Seattle

1. From downtown Seattle area or from the Seattle-Tacoma airport area, drive southbound on I-5 towards PORTLAND.

2. Take exit 142A off I-5, and on to WA-18 heading east toward AUBURN for 4.4 miles.

3. Take the WA-164 E exit toward ENUMCLAW. 0.2 miles (there will be a Phillips 76 station in front of you)

4. At the end of the exit ramp, turn LEFT onto AUBURN WAY S/ WA-164. Continue to follow WA-164 for 14.7 miles to the end.

5. Turn LEFT onto ROOSEVELT AVE E/ WA-410. Continue to follow WA-410 for 33 miles.

6. Just before you reach the entrance sign to Mt. Rainier National Park, turn LEFT onto Crystal Mountain Blvd.  This turn is between mile markers 57 and 58 on WA-410.  Also note that WA-410 is closed south of the Crystal Mountain Blvd. turnoff during the winter season.

7. Follow Crystal Mountain Blvd. for 6 miles.   You will see the Village Inn on your left BEFORE entering Lot A.  Bear left up the hill and turn left to follow the road behind the Village Inn.  Our parking lot is past the Village Inn (which will be on your left) See link above for ccmap.

 

Driving Directions from Portland, OR - Winter Season (When Cayuse Pass is Closed)

1. Drive North on I-5

2. Take exit 127 to merge onto WA-512 E toward Puyallup

3. Keep RIGHT at the fork, follow the signs for WA-410 E/ WA-167 N Seattle/ Yakima and merge onto WA-167 N

4. Exit onto WA-410 through ENUMCLAW

5. Follow WA-410 for 33 more miles

6. Just before you reach the entrance sign to Mt. Rainier National Park, turn LEFT onto Crystal Mountain BLVD.  This turn is between mile markers 57 and 58 on WA-410.  Also note that WA-410 is closed south of the Crystal Mountain Blvd. turnoff during the winter season.

7. Follow Crystal Mountain Blvd. for 6 miles.   You will see the Village Inn on your left BEFORE entering Lot A.  Bear left up the hill and turn left to follow the road behind the Village Inn.  Our parking lot is past the Village Inn (which will be on your left). See link above for ccmap.

 

Driving Directions from Portland, OR - Summer Season (When Cayuse Pass is Open)

1. Drive North on I-5

2. Take exit 68 for US-12 east towards Morton and Yakima.

3. Follow US-12 for 72 miles.

4. Turn LEFT onto WA-123 N.  Continue 16.3 miles until WA-123 ends at WA-410.

5. Turn LEFT onto WA-410 W.  Continue 8.2 miles.

6. Just after you exit Mt. Rainier National Park, turn RIGHT onto Crystal Mountain Blvd.  This turn is between mile markers 57 and 58 on WA-410.

7. Follow Crystal Mountain Blvd. for 6 miles.   You will see the Village Inn on your left BEFORE entering Lot A.  Bear left up the hill and turn left to follow the road behind the Village Inn.  Our parking lot is past the Village Inn (which will be on your left). See link above for ccmap.

Links Of Interest:

https://crystalmountainresort.com/

https://www.crystalmountainresort.com/plan-your-trip/where-to-eat/ 

https://www.crystalchalets.net/lift-tickets-and-cm-resort-updates

http://staycrystal.com/

http://stayrainier.com/

https://www.nps.gov/mora/index.htm

SECURE PAYMENT:

Reservations:  360-663-2628

Please leave a voicemail with your name, dates and cell phone number.

Located In: 

- Enumclaw

- Washington

- United States

Crystal Chalets is located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Crystal Chalets and the U.S. Forest Service are partners in recreation.

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