October 30, 2015
By Kris Parfitt
Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum. Photo courtesy of www.WSSSM.org
Did you know that Washington State is home to 39 ski and snowboard Olympians and legends?
To highlight these heroes Dave Moffett, who’s family owned the four ski areas on Snoqualmie Pass until 1997, and Dollie and Hugh Armstrong, parents of 1984 Olympic gold medalist Debbie Armstrong, along with contributions from the across state, opened the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum (WSSSM) in early October of this year.
Through 12 exhibits featuring videos, artifacts and photographs, the purpose of WSSSM is to educate visitors and preserve the story of Washington’s history on the slopes. The museum is located on Snoqualmie Pass directly across from the Summit Inn. www.wsssm.org
10 The Pass Life Way, #2, Snoqualmie Pass, 98068
Located on Snoqualmie Pass across from The Summit Inn.
Pre-ski season hours
Thursday, Friday, Sunday: Noon – 5 p.m.
Saturday: Noon – 7 p.m.
Know before you go: Call (425) 434-0827 for a recording that will have the museum’s exact hours.