Late Season Schedule

Safety Information

Trail designations:img_ski-board_safety-mac-sm

safety_designation-green           Easiest

safety_designation-blue           More Difficult

safety_designation-black          Most Difficult

safety_designation-double-black    Expert Only

safety_designation-freestyle     Freestyle Terrain

 Stevens Pass trail difficulty is based on the degree of difficulty for our area.

We have: 

  • 11% beginner terrain,
  • 54% intermediate terrain
  • 35% advanced terrain.


Slow Zones

Slow zones are marked on the trail map. These areas are our beginner areas and congested areas. Please slow down through these areas. Please report violators to the Ski Patrol. Clothing descriptions are helpful. Violators will lose their ticket or pass.

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Closed Areas

An area may be closed for safety considerations or avalanche danger. Violating a closure will result in loss of ticket or pass on initial contact. Responsibility Code # 6.

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Out of Ski Area

The backcountry area outside of the Stevens Pass Ski Area boundaries is public land. However you must be aware of the potential for serious injury and costly rescue operations. There may be times when hiking routes in the Ski area boundaries are closed due to avalanche danger or other safety concerns.

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US-2 No Pedestrian / No Hitchhiking Zone On Stevens Pass

In an effort to increase safety for pedestrians and motorists on U.S. Highway 2 over Stevens Pass, the Washington State Department of Transportation and Washington State Patrol have designated six miles of highway a legally enforceable no pedestrian and no hitchhiking zone.

From Tunnel Creek on the west side of Stevens Pass to Yodelin on the east side (mileposts 60.15 to 66.24), pedestrians, hitchhikers and drivers who stop to offer them rides risk $124 citations between Nov. 1 and Apr. 15.

The new regulation expands an existing ban on pedestrians walking on the shoulder to both west and eastbound lanes. The original wintertime shoulder closures to pedestrians were instituted in 2001-2002 and only applied to one shoulder.

   


Sledding & Sledding Devices

To ensure safety, sledding and sledding devices are not allowed anywhere within the permit boundary area, which includes the Nordic Center, 5 miles east of the Alpine area.