A ski trip to the Pacific Northwest isn’t the same if you don’t plan at least a day or two at Stevens Pass Ski Resort. With some of the steepest terrain in the Cascade Range, Stevens normally gets tremendous dumps of deep powder.
Plan on visiting Stevens Pass along with other Northwest Ski Areas on a trip through the Pacific Northwest.
Check Out Stevens Pass Ski Resort
Stevens Pass is located 78 miles east of Seattle on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range. Stevens receives an average of 450 inches of snow annually, covering 1,125 acres of skiable terrain including 37 major runs and numerous bowls, glades and faces. The ski resort has a variety of terrain for every age and skill level. Normal winter operations run from early December to mid April. Located East of Everett Washington, about 2 hours from Bellingham Washington or 1.5 hours from Seattle Washington, Stevens is also about 1 hour from Leavenworth Washington and 1.5 hours from Wenatchee Washington. Stevens Pass Ski Resort celebrated 75 years of ski history in 2012.
When Should I Ski or Board Stevens Pass Ski Resort?
Stevens Pass Ski Resort is a popular ski and board destination in Washington State so it fills quickly for holidays and school breaks.
If you can travel during a non-holiday period you will enjoy less crowds and shorter lift lines. If you can plan for a mid-week trip you’ll be doing even better!
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Stevens Pass Ski Resort Hotels and Accommodations
While Stevens Pass does not offer on mountain lodging facilities, there are accommodations in local communities on the West Side and the tourist town of Leavenworth Washington to the East. See the great Leavenworth Lodging and Ski Packages.
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Stevens Pass Weather Forecast
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