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ANNUAL SNOWFALL:
450 Inches
VERTICAL DROP:
1,800 Feet
SKIABLE ACRES:
1,125
LOCAL BARS:
Whistling Post, Foggy Goggle
NUMBER OF LIFTS:
10
NUMBER OF TRAILS:
37
NUMBER OF PARKS/PIPES:
1 Park / 1 Pipe
LOCAL RESTAURANTS:
Uncle Uli’s Pub, South
BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS:
Open gates
TICKET PRICE:
$60
NEAREST AIRPORT:
Seattle, WA
HOTELS/LODGING:
Icicle Inn
destinationcascades.
com

RESORT DESCRIPTION:
Located 78 miles east of Seattle atop the crest of Washington’s Cascade Range, Stevens Pass is a Northwest skier’s backyard playground. Reaping the benefits of a natural convergence, cool air often drifts from the east through the Stevens Pass area colliding with maritime Pacific storms, resulting in over 450 inches of relatively dry annual snowfall. Operating on 100-percent Northwest-generated wind power, a top-shelf terrain park, an open boundary, and 1,125 acres covering three sides of Cowboy Ridge and Big Chief Mountain, Stevens’ variety of terrain features and aspects has made it a local favorite for over 70 years.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:

• 12/17: Open Season Rail Jam. Break out the scent block camo and blaze-orange Carhartts for this shotgun start of a freestyle season opener.
• 4/1: Retro Fools Day. A Northwest classic, complete with straight ski races
• 4/17: Springfestival. Pond Skim, Dummy Downhill, and live bands round out the season in this blowout benefit for the Outdoorsforall Foundation.

TERRAIN BREAKDOWN:

Variety of all kinds is the name of the game. From the pillows, spines, and steeps of Cowboy Ridge, to the bowls and glades of Mill Valley, to the 30 acres of frequently manicured jumps, hips, rails and boxes of the Top Phlight Terrain Park, Stevens Pass prides itself on being a mountain of many faces.

POWDER PERSPECTIVE:

Once a “Little Area That Rocks,” Stevens Pass has been making a big splash on the big screen lately by hosting several of the nation’s top film companies in their park. But while the park is suddenly getting all the attention, it’s the steeps and powder that originally built Stevens’ reputation.