Snow Forecast 9 am 02 Dec 2016(local time) Weather Forecast for Stevens Pass at 1232 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Stevens Pass Weather Summary:Light rain (total 2.0mm) on Fri afternoon. Becoming colder with heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Sat night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 1°C on Fri morning, min -13°C on Sun night). Winds decreasing (strong winds from the WSW on Sat night, light winds from the WNW by Sun afternoon).
Days 4-6 Stevens Pass Weather Summary:A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Mon night. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -4°C on Mon morning, min -16°C on Tue afternoon). Wind will be generally light.
|Friday 2||Saturday 3||Sunday 4||Monday 5||Tuesday 6||Wednesday 7|
|Summary||light snow||light snow||heavy snow||light snow||mod. snow||heavy snow||mod. snow||snow shwrs||snow shwrs||light snow||mod. snow||heavy snow||snow shwrs||snow shwrs||clear||some clouds||cloudy||heavy snow|
|Freezing level (m)||1300||1700||1250||1050||1200||1250||500||300||0||350||450||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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Visitor Reviews of Stevens Pass
Todd from United States writes:
Stevens is a local ski area and not a destination resort. Probably shouldn't compare it to destination resorts, because it won't measure up, not the same category. The pass prices, when you buy them pre-season, are reasonable. Hopefully that doesn't change with the new owners. We bought the weekday passes with ski check for our family of 4 for $1100. But agreed on a full pass, it's way too high. We don't like the crowds on the weekends so it works good for us. The advantage card is another great option.
As far as terrain I don't understand how anyone can't have fun here. I've been skiing there 23 years and it has something for everyone. As many have mentioned, chutes, cliffs, trees, steeps, moguls, groomed, beginner thru expert. It isn't a huge area, but has a little something for everyone. The backside was a great addition, all sorts of fun to be had there. I would like it too if they opened up some more terrain, hopefully that'll happen.
As far as amenities, I think the improvements over the years have been great. I think the food is good/fine, not sure why it's so bad in some reviews, apparently I'm just not picky enough. Yeah it's not the cheapest, but I haven't been to any ski area where the food is cheap. The ski shop has come in handy and prices are normal. The rental process works fine and relatively quickly. The RFID system doesn't bother me at all, works fine and I don't see how it slows anything down but rather organizes it and don't notice a difference in wait times. It's just change and some like to think it's the problem, it's not. We "lost" our daughter last year, my wife went to the patrol office and they knew what lift she'd just been on so we knew where she was and went and got her. I also like that it just charges my account if I have an advantage card, I can go right to the lift.
It's a great LOCAL ski area. I live near it, Baker and Crystal aren't as close but I'll go to Baker a couple times a year, the terrain there is great too. Pretty much everyone's told me the Summit isn't worth it, not close to me either. So I'm very happy that I live near such a great little ski area. We've made a lot of great family and friend memories over the years, and that is the best part.
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