If you’re looking for some friendly competition, you’ll find it on the Sports Courts. With tennis and pickleball courts open to all – beginners to pros – you can get back to a best-loved sport or pick up a new one!
The Pacific Northwest is famous for its outdoor culture. Seven Summits is perfectly located to take advantage of its natural surroundings, allowing Members to take part in great hiking and biking excursions that weave through nearby forests. The 25+ miles of community trails connect to Mount Rainier National Park’s regional system of trails, which ranges over 300 miles.
When the best courses in the world come to you, it’s a beautiful day. The incredibly real golf simulator in the Hawk’s Nest is perfect for playing Pebble, Spyglass, or Bandon, or working on your game through detailed technical information. Or, just whack it at the screen and hope.
A fast growing sport, pickleball is taking the country by storm. Part badminton, part ping pong and part tennis, pickleball uses courts about a quarter the size of those used in tennis. Born in Washington in 1965, the game was designed to be challenging, but still accessible. Pickleball is now an organized sport represented by national and international governing bodies.