VERTICAL: 1,800 feet
ACREAGE: 1,125
SNOWFALL: 450 inches

Stevens Pass is located 78 miles east of Seattle on the crest of the Cascade Range, and is a day-use playground. Stevens averages 450 inches of snowfall a year and offers plenty of in-bounds steeps, cliffs and chutes along with easily accessible backcountry, making for a serious variety of terrain. The resort is characteristically Northwest, encompassing everything from old growth tree skiing to terrain park features that will make the most confident riders quiver.

Stevens knows the mountain environment is a resort’s number one asset, and is committed to environmental sustainability. Setting a precedent in the northwest, the resort runs off 100 percent wind power and offsets all climate polluting emissions.

In keeping with the times, Stevens Pass has embraced technology and implemented RFID ticketing into their repertoire. This new technology allows for online ticket purchases and leads to a decrease in ticket window and lift lines.

Special offers
The “pay as you go” Advantage Pass is a must at $69. With that comes with your first lift ticket and significant discounts on each ticket thereafter. Plus, back your Advantage Pass with a credit card and enjoy direct-to-lift access at Stevens Pass.

Terrain Park Info
The Top Phlight Terrain Park includes 30 acres of frequently manicured jumps, hips, rails and boxes for all abilities and is anchored by a lighted 450 foot long halfpipe.

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