Located on the crest of the Cascade Range, we receive abundant and frequent snowfall. That’s what drew Bruce Kehr and Don Adams here in 1937 to found the ski area here at Stevens Pass. They chose a great place to play! Cool air often drifts from the eastern slope of the range through the Stevens Pass area, keeping our snow relatively dry. Stevens is located on two national forests, the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie on the west side of the crest and the Wenatchee National Forest on the east. Our forested area is predominately Pacific Silver Fir, Mountain Hemlock, and Subalpine Fir, offering a visual treat when covered by fresh snowfall. The winter weather is usually comfortable, with temperatures often in the mid-twenties.
Snowfall & Terrain:
We’ve got lots of it! Averaging 460″ of snowfall each year, 105″ of annual average snowpack, covering 1,125 acres of skiable terrain, including 52 names runs and numerous bowls, glades and faces.