Rolling Thunder is a "natural" terrain park. Every feature is created from trees that needed to be cut down for forest health. The park is set up on rolling terrain with a mini valley running down the middle that merges natural features with man-made creations. The name Rolling Thunder stemmed from the original name of the park: "B-52, except now it's been transformed into a series of "natural explosions"
Welcome to Lookout Pass, home of the best snow, the easiest access and the most affordable prices. It's no wonder Lookout Pass was voted the most family-friendly mountain resort in the Pacific Northwest by visitors to OnTheSnow.com. We're also the home of the Lookout Pass Famous Free Ski School for kids. But what skiers and riders love most about Lookout is an average of more than 400 inches of light, dry powder snow annually.
This portion of the Olympian Hiawatha route has been called one of the most breathtaking scenic stretches of railroad in the country. This year the trail is open daily starting May 26 through September 30, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PDT