Hwy 2, Monroe, WA, United States - (206) 812-4510
The Stevens Pass Ski Area is a ski resort located at the crest of the Cascade Range. The ski resort was started by Don Adams and Bruce Kehr both passionate skiers in the winter of 1937-38. The growth of population in the Seattle area has led to increased use at all the Cascades ski areas in Washington. It receives abundant and frequent snowfall. The winter weather is usually comfortable, with temperatures often in the mid-20s. The Stevens Pass averages 450 inches of snowfall each year, covering 1,125 acres of skibale terrain, including 37 major runs and numerous bowls, glades and faces. The ski area still retains its charm and characteristics that make it such a fabulous family area, but also contains an abundance of terrain for pure adventurous skiers.