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Stevens Pass


A world-class resort tucked in a quiet corner, just east of Snohomish County, Stevens Pass offers some of the best skiing and riding the Cascades have to offer. With an average of 460” in annual snowfall, Stevens is known for its deep powder days, and 1,125 acres of skiable terrain run the gamut from beginner-friendly cruiser runs to steep chutes, tree skiing, and easy access into endless backcountry terrain just outside the resort gates. 

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On a bluebird day, snow capped peaks spill out in all directions, and when the faucet turns on, there’s no better place to score fresh turns. You’ll never believe you’re less than an hour and a half from the shores of the Puget Sound. A quick trip back down Highway 2 when the lifts stop spinning lets you wrap up each day with your choice of international cuisine, luxurious lodging, and craft beer in the town of Everett. 

Now that Stevens is part of the EPIC Pass, it’s easier than ever for passholders to plan a weekend trip to enjoy some of the steep and deep terrain the PNW is known for. 

For more on Getting Here, Gear Needs, and Where To Stay click here.

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