Come close out the season with live music, Pondskim, Chuck-A-Duck, and good vibes.
Daily: Apr 30 - May 01

Event Information

Live music

Saturday, April 30: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday, May 1: 10:00am - 1:00pm


May 1: Registration begins at 8:00am, event begins at 12:00pm (see below for more details).


May 1: Sales from 8:30am - 11:00am

Ducks range from $5-$20 and duck-chucking will be at 11:30am sharp, with great prizes in the mix for winners! 100% of proceeds will go to Outdoors for All.

Pondskim 2022 Details:

Registration opens at 8:00am at the base of the Clock Tower – it is first-come, first-served; limit of 150 total participants.

Competitors/registrants begin lining up at 11:45am; event begins at 12:00pm and will run until approx. 2:00pm.

Rules for Pondskim 2022

  • Registration will be held on-mountain at the base of the Clock Tower, beginning at 8am and is first-come, first-served, with a limit of 150 total participants. When we reach that limit, we will no longer accept any more registrants, but welcome everyone to watch the event. There will not be pre-registration online.
  • Absolutely no alcoholic beverages on course or while waiting to cross the pond. Violators will be asked to leave.
  • All participants must wear a helmet.
  • Participants must be 12 or older. Participants under the age of 18 must have a legal guardian present at the time of registration.
  • All participants must be present at registration with a valid ID.
  • Participants must compete on either skis, snowboards, or snow skates.
  • All competitors must enter from the front of the pond and exit from the back of the pond. Competitors cannot enter or exit on the sides of the pond.
  • If you fall in, you must remove your equipment before exiting the pond.
  • No pre-runs; each competitor gets one run only.
  • No ski poles will be allowed.
  • No selfie sticks allowed.
  • No inverted aerials into the pond.
  • Skiers cannot enter backwards.
  • Costumes may not be offensive in any manner.
  • No full-face masks or costumes that inhibit full visibility.
  • No fire allowed in costumes.
  • No animals allowed.
  • Stevens Pass has a right to refuse participation to anyone for safety reasons.
  • Participants and spectators are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is appropriate; those who do not will be asked to leave.