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Stevens Pass

Stevens Pass is located on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range. With the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie on the west and Wenatchee National Forest on the east, the area and receives excellent consistent snowfall throughout the year, averaging 450 inches of snowfall annually.

Ski Levels

The ski resort offers 1,125 acres of terrain, including 37 major runs that are comprised of excellent bowls, glades, and faces. The base area elevation sits at 4,061 feet and rises to a top elevation of 5,845 feet at Cowboy Mountain. Stevens Pass ski area is big enough for the most accomplished of skiers and snowboarders. After spending a few hours with a ski instructions, beginners can set out along on 11 percent of the trails. Most of the terrain is for the intermediate skier at 54 percent and the remaining 35 percent will give even the most advanced a challenge.

The slopes of the Steven’s Pass ski resort are spread across three sides of two different mountains and provide varying levels of challenge. In addition to being a great place to learn how to ski during the day, Steven’s Pass provides an excellent night skiing experience five nights of the week. Hit the favorite runs of Showcase, Skid Road, Crest Trail, Blue Trail, SkyLine, Broadway, and Barrier Ridge at night, all well lit for your convenience and safety.

For lodging options check out the great lodging deals and discounts found in the surrounding towns of Lake Chelan, Leavenworth, Wenatchee Valley, and Westside.

Getting Here

Located on the beautiful "Cascade Loop,” just 78 miles east of Seattle on scenic U.S. Highway 2, up the Skykomish Valley. It's 78 miles east of Seattle, 65 miles east of Everett, and 58 miles west of Wenatchee.

Vacation Coupons

Get your ski rentals ready to go before you travel by viewing the deals and discounts provided.

Stevens Pass is located on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range. With the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie on the west and Wenatchee National Forest on the east, the area and receives excellent consistent snowfall throughout the year, averaging 450 inches of snowfall annually.

Ski Levels

The ski resort offers 1,125 acres of terrain, including 37 major runs that are comprised of excellent bowls, glades, and faces. The base area elevation sits at 4,061 feet and rises to a top elevation of 5,845 feet at Cowboy Mountain. Stevens Pass ski area is big enough for the most accomplished of skiers and snowboarders. After spending a few hours with a ski instructions, beginners can set out along on 11 percent of the trails. Most of the terrain is for the intermediate skier at 54 percent and the remaining 35 percent will give even the most advanced a challenge.

The slopes of the Steven’s Pass ski resort are spread across three sides of two different mountains and provide varying levels of challenge. In addition to being a great place to learn how to ski during the day, Steven’s Pass provides an excellent night skiing experience five nights of the week. Hit the favorite runs of Showcase, Skid Road, Crest Trail, Blue Trail, SkyLine, Broadway, and Barrier Ridge at night, all well lit for your convenience and safety.

For lodging options check out the great lodging deals and discounts found in the surrounding towns of Lake Chelan, Leavenworth, Wenatchee Valley, and Westside.

Getting Here

Located on the beautiful "Cascade Loop,” just 78 miles east of Seattle on scenic U.S. Highway 2, up the Skykomish Valley. It's 78 miles east of Seattle, 65 miles east of Everett, and 58 miles west of Wenatchee.

Vacation Coupons

Get your ski rentals ready to go before you travel by viewing the deals and discounts provided.

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