Stevens Pass

Resort Description

Located on the Cascade Range just east of Seattle, Stevens Pass is a Washington day-use playground. Averaging 460” of annual snowfall makes Stevens Pass a powder Mecca. Offering plenty of in-bound steeps, cliffs and chutes along with easily accessible backcountry allows for some serious variety of terrain. Stevens offers everything from classic Northwest tree skiing to the most varied terrain parks in Washington.


Terrain Breakdown

11 percent beginner; 54 percent intermediate; 35 percent advanced

The Bottom Line

Stevens has it all from an easily accessible backcountry and heaps of pow to the best terrain parks in the Northwest. Less bro, more snow!

Specs

State:Washington
Annual Snowfall:460 inches
Vertical Drop:1,800 feet
Ticket Prices:$69
Skiable Acres:1,125
Number of Trails:37
Number of Lifts:10
Parks & Pipes:4 parks, 1 pipe
Backcountry Access Policy:Open backcountry policy with multiple access points covering all aspects
Nearest Airport:Wenatchee, WA (65 miles away).
Hotels/Lodging:Icicle Inn Leavenworth, Fairbridge Inn & Suites
Local Restaurants:Bulls Tooth Pub, Foggy Goggle, Munchen Haus
Local Bars:Foggy Goggle, Icicle Brewing Company
Season Highlights:02/07/15: Jim Jack’s Cowboy Up
03/28/15: Northwest Flannel Cup
04/11/15: Retro Fools Day

Website:StevensPass.com
Phone:(206) 812-4510
Facebook:Facebook.com/StevensPass
Twitter:@StevensPass
Instagram:@StevensPass