Last Updated: 10/26/2016 1:24 AM

Stevens Pass Trail Map

Stevens Pass Information

Seventy five years ago, Bruce Kehr and Don Adams traveled to the heart of Washington’s Cascade Mountains bringing with them a Ford V-8 engine, some wheels and a rope, and started Stevens Pass. Stevens has grown from its humble beginnings to one of the Northwest's premier resorts offering 10 lifts, over 1,125 acres of skiable terrain, 37 primary runs, and at the heart—an intimate base village surrounded by three day lodges. Like our founders, the resort's team members are passionate about the sport, their environment and the service they provide. Located only 78 miles from Downtown Seattle, Stevens Pass Mountain Resort sits atop the Cascade Crest where storms and moisture from the Pacific collide with the cold, dry intermountain air of the Columbia basin. These storms produced 590 inches of snow last season and an annual average of over 450 inches. Spread across three sides of two mountains, Stevens provides a wide variety of on and off trail terrain, backcountry zones, steep chutes, tree skiing, and three terrain parks.