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Stevens Pass Washington

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Submitted By: Mapper on 30 Oct 2007
Latitude: 47.745445
Longitude: -121.088421

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Directions From Seattle
Take I-405 North
Take exit 23 (Highway 522) Wenatchee/Monroe to Monroe
At Highway 2 intersection turn left
Follow Highway 2 - 50 miles east to Stevens Pass Resort
Or

Take I-5 North
Take exit 194 (Stevens Pass) in Everett and
Follow Highway 2 - 65 miles to Stevens Pass Resort



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Visit http://www.stevenspass.com/ for pricing

THE MOUNTAIN
Winter season: November to mid-April
Hours of operation: Opening day through beginning of night skiing*: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Beginning of night skiing* to March 4, 2007: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
(Night skiing: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursday through Monday*)
March 5 - April 8, 2007: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
*Date to be determined based on adequate snowfall

Average annual snowfall: 450 inches
Elevation: Lowest base elevation: 4,061 feet
Highest top elevation: 5,845 feet
Longest vertical drop: 1,800 feet

Lifts: High-speed, detachable quad chairlifts: 2
Quad chairlift: 1
Triple chairlifts: 4
Double chairlifts: 3

Average annual visits: 447,816
Trails: 37
Terrain Parks: The "Top Phlight" Terrain Park includes 25 acres of jumps, tabletops and mini kickers for every skill level. Top Phlight is anchored

Daisy Beginner Conveyor Lifts - New and developing skiers and snowboarders get a boost in their learning experience. Two 100' conveyor lifts on the Beacon Hill section
of Daisy will transport new skiers and boarders up in stages, creating a progressive, comfortable, and enjoyable
learning experience.

Lodging is available.



Bald Face, Washington
Distance: 14.63 mi
Activities: Backcountry Skiing
 

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