Ski & Snowboard

Stevens Pass Night Skiing

Skiing and Snowboarding Stevens Pass

Enjoy the snow on the resort, in the backcountry, or even do it Nordic style

White stuff. Pow pow. Gnar. Cold smoke. Whatever you call it, snow is the reason most people visit the Cascades in the winter. Stevens Pass boasts not only a world-class ski resort with terrain for all skill levels, but plenty of off-piste adventure to be had in the backcountry as well. Fancy yourself less of a daredevil? There are also plenty of nordic trails in the area so you can practice your skate skiing technique. With Stevens Pass the newest member of Epic, your pass now gets you rides a number of mountains throughout the United States. Vail Resorts can keep those other mountains though...Stevens Pass will always be our favorite. Come see why!

Stevens Pass Resort

Varied terrain and sweeping views

Located on the crest of the Cascade Range, Stevens Pass Mountain Resort is a snow magnet, averaging 460 inches of snowfall a year. The resort’s 80-mile proximity to the Seattle-Tacoma Airport makes access a breeze.

Stevens Pass gives skiers and riders access to 1,800 vertical feet across 1,125 acres of skiable terrain. The Washington ski area is home to 37 major runs, glades and a variety of bowls, and 10 lifts. Book your tickets here.

Ski Washington's Backcountry

Central Cascades steeps and deeps

If you are looking for deep, reliable backcountry powder only a 1.5-hour’s drive from Seattle, you can’t beat Stevens Pass. The 4,061-foot high pass in the Cascade Mountains is perfectly located to get some serious snow dumps: right where Pacific storms collide with the warmer air coming off the Canadian Rockies. With its fresh fluff on top of big trees and varied terrain, Stevens Pass offers a plethora of high quality backcountry runs. Get some guided turns in with North Cascades Mountain Guides.

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Night Skiing at Stevens Pass

Fun under the lights

Looking for a new perspective on powder? Night time is the right time to turn après into all day. Once the sun goes down, the lights come up on Stevens Pass which runs four  lifts at night for guests to enjoy. A fun and memorable activity for families, or just an excuse for mountain addicts to get their fix after dark.

Night time lift tickets are available for $54/night on the Stevens Pass website here.

Rentals Near Stevens Pass

Homes & cabins for rent less than 15 minutes away

Driving from Seattle? Make a weekend of it and rent a home or cabin near Stevens Pass. From your very own ski lodge in Skykomish or a cozy cabin along the river, we have properties of every size, and only within a short drive of the mountain.