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Crystal Mountain Lodging & Activities. Crystal Mountain is one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier year-round vacation destinations with something for everyone.
Tucked against the scenic slopes of Crystal Mountain Resort, Crystal Mountain Hotels is the premier destination in Washington State for ski vacations and winter getaways.
Crystal Mountain boasts over 250 hotel rooms, suites, condos, townhomes and resort residences, all nestled against the backdrop of beautiful northern Michigan.
Located in the heart of Benzie County, Crystal Mountain is the Midwest’s premier four-season family resort featuring some of the finest accommodations northern Michigan has to offer – 36 holes of championship golf, 58 downhill slopes, 25km of cross-country trails, the award-winning Crystal Spa, Michigan Legacy Art Park, and so much more.
Crystal Mountain is located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Crystal Mountain and the U.S. Forest Service are partners in recreation.
Alta Crystal Resort. Crystal’s only lodging with both a hot tub and 90° heated pool. Charming chalet suites & a romantic honeymoon log cabin are tucked in the woods at the base of Crystal Mountain boulevard, an easy 10-15 minute drive from the slopes.
Small Mt. Rainier resort hotel. Near Crystal Mountain and the Mt. Rainier Gondola. Heated pool, hot tub, fireplaces, summer activities.
If you need more than 4 rooms for the same stay, please telephone the Group Sales Department at 855-318-7719.
The Crystal Brook Resort, a family-owned and operated resort, is a favorite holiday destination for generations of families. Nestled at the base of the Blackhead Mountain range of the Northern Catskills, our grounds are surrounded by Mother Nature’s unspoiled beauty which offers some of the best outdoor recreation around.
The Crystal Cove Historic District is a 12.3-acre coastal portion of the 2,791-acre Crystal Cove State Park. The federally listed Historic District is an enclave of 46 vintage rustic coastal cottages originally built as a seaside colony in the 1930’s & ‘40’s and nestled around the mouth of Los Trancos Creek.