Welcome to our cabin! Just 15 minutes away from the Sunrise/White River entrance to Mt Rainier National park and 20 minutes from Crystal Mountain Ski Resort, our beautiful Crystal River Ranch home is the perfect place to experience all this extraordinary place has to offer you. Our 1600 sq ft home was built in 1994 and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The master bedroom with a king bed and adjoining bathroom as well as the second bedroom with a queen bed are located downstairs. The upstairs belongs to the kids with 3 beds plus a trundle bed. The loft upstairs has a futon and a tv for the kids to use. The well-stocked kitchen opens up into the dining area with enough room for a larger group (up to 8) to sit and eat comfortable. The large windows allow natural light to fill the area and the large flat screen tv will allow for a cozy night watching a movie. On the deck, you will find a BBQ for your convenience. After a hard day hitting the trail or the slopes, you will definitely want to relax in our brand-new 8 person hot tub. Summertime guests might find it hard to choose between the hot tub or roasting marshmallows in the fire pit. Decisions, decisions. Either way, you will not be disappointed!
Vacationing in the Winter? Ski/ Snowboard Crystal Mountain!With a whopping 486 inches of snow, Crystal Mountain Resort speaks for itself with the most vertical terrain of any mountain in the state. You’ll find 2,600 acres of everything from gentle groomed runs for beginners to challenging steeps, glades, chutes, bowls and expansive backcountry for the more adventurous. Not a skier or snowboarder? No problem! Give snowshoeing a try or just cuddle up by the fire in our massive native stone fireplace with a good book .
Vacationing in the summer? At an elevation of 6,400 feet, Sunrise is the highest point that can be reached by vehicle at Mount Rainier National Park. In summer, mountain meadows abound with wildflowers. On clear summer days, Sunrise provides breathtaking views of Mount Rainier, Emmons glacier, vibrant wildflower meadows. Sunrise Point offers nearly 360-degree views of the surrounding valleys, Mount Rainier, and other volcanoes in the Cascade Range such as Mount Adams. The hiking trails are endless whether you hike right out of our cabin, drive to Mt Rainier, or take the gondola up and hike down. Don't forget your bikes either-mountain or road-you have plenty of choices. Hungry? Take the gondola up to the Summit House, Washington’s highest restaurant. Alternatively simply pack a picnic and watch the sun set from your own spot at the top of Crystal.