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Stevens Pass

  Hope on the Slopes - Stevens Pass† March 6-7th, 2010.

Benefits the American Cancer Society. Great prizes and sponsors. Register your team today at www.stevenspasshots.org Says an anonymous skier.

Stevens has a wide diversity of trails and runs that suits every riding style. From beginner to expert and for those terrain park junkies Stevens has you covered. I think what's special about Stevens is you can find your own little part of the mountain
    which is all yours, I have 4-5 little runs that cross between trails and off-piste that are all mine. Also the snow is crazy good, powder almost all the time. My favorite runs are Orion, some tree skiing near wall street, and right
above the power lines. Stevens also has some pretty sweet out of bounds stuff to so check it out Says Skistevenspass.

Fun place to ski. Says Liz Garcia.

Wow what a mountain! It's perfect! I love the tougher runs at Stephens Pass, no matter how good you are you'll still get snow in your underwear (I mean that in a good way), you never outgrow this mountain. It's perfect for a crazy guy like me, but I see a lot of normal people here too. Says
 
Rob Collins.

Stevens Pass is an average size ski resort with an altitude difference that's roughly speaking average when compared to other west coast ski hills. Stevens Pass has an ok assortment of ski trails and an okay number of good ski lifts. This ski resort has an average part of expert and advanced runs and an average fraction of beginner and intermediate ski trails. The 1,800 feet of drop from top to bottom is rather reasonable; Stevens Pass makes great use of it all. With such a big skiable area, 1,125 acres in all lacking skiable territory wonít happen. This ski resort has 10 ski lifts, and they are capably taken care of and run by pleasant folks. Having a totality of 37 ski slopes to ski on; it's a glorious variety. The white snow here becomes especially deep, 38 feet yearly, and that is one of the finest highlights of this ski hill. Stevens Pass gets heavier than average snow each ski season. Fine exercise and just hanging out with your skiing mates are splendid causes to come. The charming attractiveness of the Washington summits and all the tremendous runs have scores of snow folks coming here. Stevens Pass is a good ski resort with a lot of different ski trails; it's impossible to get bored here. The close by hotels are a bit away from the bottom area, but if you donít have reservations, you may perhaps end up snoozing in your vehicle. No matter if you're skiing or snowboarding, in this general region, you'll come across a lot of ski areas. In wintertime the Washington summits are always great for snowboarding or skiing. Snowboarding and skiing in this part of Washington is a lot of fun the whole winter season. The ski trail map on this internet page will give you a good idea what Stevens Pass is like. The snow covered summits of the Northern Cascade Range is a vista worth seeing. The summits of the Northern Cascade Range in wintertime are a pure snowboarding or skiing paradise.

Special features: 28 acre Top Phlight Terrain Park

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 Ski Areas Near Stevens Pass ski area:
Alpental, Washington , 15 miles away
   2280 foot drop, 5 lifts, 19 runs
   75% Expert & Adv.
   22% Intermediate
   3% Beginner
Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington , 16 miles away
   2280 foot drop, 26 lifts, 96 runs
   41% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   14% Beginner
Crystal Mountain, Washington , 38 miles away
   3100 foot drop, 11 lifts, 50 runs
   35% Expert & Adv.
   54% Intermediate
   11% Beginner
White Pass, Washington , 50 miles away
   1500 foot drop, 6 lifts, 32 runs
   33% Expert & Adv.
   43% Intermediate
   24% Beginner
Mt.Baker, Washington , 60 miles away
   1500 foot drop, 8 lifts, 38 runs
   31% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   24% Beginner
Mission Ridge, Washington , 65 miles away
   2250 foot drop, 6 lifts, 36 runs
   30% Expert & Adv.
   60% Intermediate
   10% Beginner
Echo Valley, Washington , 86 miles away
   900 foot drop, 4 lifts, 8 runs
   25% Expert & Adv.
   50% Intermediate
   25% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Stevens Pass ski area:
Foss River, King County , 2 miles away, Class IV+ - 4.9 miles long (FR 68 Bridge to Highway 2 bridge)
Skykomish River - South Fork, Snohomish / King County , 3 miles away, Class II - 9.5 miles long (Beckler River to bridge above Baring)
Tye River, King County , 5 miles away, Class IV+ - 7.2 miles long (Alpine Falls to Beckler River)
 Trails Near Stevens Pass ski area:
Middle Fork Trail, King , 13 miles away,  12.2 hiking miles, 903 feet elevation difference
Escondido Trail, Kittitas , 13 miles away,  8 hiking miles, 2634 feet elevation difference
Cooper Pass Trail, Kittitas , 15 miles away, 4.9 hiking miles, 515 feet elevation difference
 National Parks Near Stevens Pass ski area:
Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford - WA , 65 miles away

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