The Sahalie Ski Club is a non-profit organization, located on a hill just north of I-90, at the crest of Snoqualmie Pass, Washington State. Our spacious 4-story, 14,500 square foot ski lodge sleeps up to 180 people, and is situated on 80 acres of skiable terrain. A rope tow serves our private, night-lit ski hill. Four well-groomed commercial ski areas surround us. The free Snoqualmie Pass shuttle bus stops in front of the lodge in our parking area.
a family ski club
Sahalie is a family ski club and several three-generation groups are to be found among the membership. Sahalie parents often teach their children to ski on our hill at the tender age of two or three. Our talented teenage snow-shredders are the terror of the Snoqualmie Pass ski areas, and several have gone on to be contenders for the US Olympic Team and other high honors.
Inside are three fireplaces which grace the facility with warm and relaxing gathering places -- one for families in our Day Room, one for adults in our Senior Room, and one for teenagers in our Junior Room. A large commercial sized kitchen and a community dining room make eating a social activity as well. Showers, dormitory-style sleeping and an infant room make it easy for everyone to have a whole weekend of skiing fun, inexpensively, fourteen weekends per year.
Every weekend in the winter the lodge hosts a potluck dinner on Saturday evening, often with a colorful theme and exotic foods. After dinner, evening pastimes might include cards, darts, foosball, dancing, sing-alongs, or just reading in a cozy spot by the fireplace.
New Year's Eve at Sahalie Lodge is always a major party with music and dancing for young and old alike. Our year of fun climaxes in April with the annual Spring Carnival, a three-day event, with ski races, costumes and entertainment for all age groups. There are organized trips to other ski resorts and summer events as well.