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Stevens Pass

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Stevens Pass is a ski destination near Seattle.

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Stevens Pass is one of the more popular ski destinations that is within driving distance of Seattle. The snow is typical of most Cascade resorts, which tends to be more wet than snow typical of inland resorts.

Cloud cover is a rule of life in the Pacific NW. As a result, many days the slopes are fogged in, resulting in very poor visibility. In addition, there are very few days where it is possible to ride in the sunshine.

The pass has a varied array of terrain and features that make it an enjoyable experience despite the above issues.

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The pass is 64 miles east of Everett along US-2. From Seattle and Bellevue, the most direct way is to take SR-522 north to Monroe, where it ends at US-2.

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The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a well known trail that extends along the West coast of the United States, from Mexico to Canada. It passes through California, Oregon, and Washington State.

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Routes through Stevens Pass
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