Guía de Estación de Esquí Stevens Pass
Estadísticas de pistas
- Hectares de Pistas:1124
- Cañones de nieve:-
- Medio caño:1
- Terrenos de Parques:1
- Esquí de travesía:25 km
Stevens Pass in the United States (Washington State) is a medium sized ski resort with 10 ski lifts (10 chair lifts, 1 surface lifts) that offers skiers an impressive 549 metres (1800 feet) of vertical descent. Stevens Pass has 1124 acres of terrain over 37 trails. Stevens Pass is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 25 kilometers (16 miles) of cross country ski trails at Stevens Pass. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe. The nearest airport is at Seattle and the nearest train station to Stevens Pass is at Everett.
- Aeropuerto Más Cercano:Seattle
- Estación de Tren Más Cercana:Everett
- Página web de la Oficina de Turismo:www.stevenspass.com/
- Alojamiento en centro:no
Último Reporte de Nieveveer reporte de nieve entero
- Emitido:23 Mar
- Última Caída de Nieve:23 March 2018
- Profundidad de Nieve (superior):315cm
- Profundidad de Nieve (inferior):251cm
- Pista:Packed Powder
- Fuera de Pista:-
Tiempo de Hoy (1506 m)veer pronóstico de nieve entero
Mapas de Stevens Pass
Comentarios de Visitantes para Stevens Pass
Butters de United States escribe:
I've grown up in this area and know Stevens pretty well. I would say it is the worst mountain to ever ski. If you are a beginner, this mountain is not for you. There is nowhere to park, nowhere to eat, and nowhere to stay.
Whatever is open on a powder day you will get a pretty sweet run in.....before you have to spend the rest of your morning in line again.
If you can be bothered to get in line again, by the time you get back to the top most of the decent lines will be tracked out. You get stuck in line with a bunch of rude, and aggressive locals who'll ski right over your skis or board to get one precious chair ahead of you in the line.
Also, due to the generally mild conditions the snow usually turns to crud within a day or two of a snow fall. What is not mentioned when they are broadcasting 10 feet of new snow is that several inches of rain also accompanied the storm.
The back-country is horrible. Its never groomed and always leaves you getting stuck in the Cascade concrete. It is best to stay on groomed runs.
The groomers are not very well groomed. If you want some nice corduroy, it's best to go to Mission Ridge where you get much better quality of snow.
Wear scuba gear! You will get soaked with the amount of rain that comes to this mountain!
I had season passes this season but I wouldn't bother going back to this place. Plenty of other places with great terrain if you are prepared to hunt it out, and without the crowds, hype and aggro....and where you can actually ski powder all day.
Best idea: go to California resorts. I heard they have been getting plenty of snow!