Late Season Schedule

Terrain Parks Are Ever Expanding

As some mountains wait for more snow to fall before they can start spinning lifts, building jumps, and planting rails, the Top Phlight Terrain Park, Tye Creek and Beacon Hill/Double Daisy Parks here at Stevens Pass have been growing and evolving since mid-November and now house over 65 features. The grooming and terrain park crews have been working around the clock to move enough snow to create an ever-changing park experience, complete with 40 features in the Top Phlight Terrain Park, 21 features in the Tye Creek Park, six in the Beacon Hill/Double Daisy Park, and a half pipe. Shiny new features that have already been unveiled this winter include a 40-foot C-rail, a 20-foot rainbow rail, jump boxes, and a corrugated tube. These augment a full assortment of table tops, rails, walls and kickers up to 30 feet, rounding out the biggest Terrain Park in Washington State.

Fast but mostly soft groomers served up by our recent spring-like days provide perfect conditions for honing your skills and confidence in the park, so that you are ready to charge on the next big powder day. Don't know where to start, or want to step up your game a notch? Stevens Pass Ski & Snowboard School offers a variety of camps and classes for all ages and abilities, as well as individualized private instruction with nationally certified freestyle specialists.

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