Do people live at Stevens Pass?
A number of small communities or neighborhoods sit east of the Cascades between Stevens Pass and Lake Wenatchee. Stevens Pass real estate includes:
- Coles Corner
About Stevens Pass
Stevens Pass is the border between Chelan County and King County and is the route that U.S. Highway 2 and Burlington Northern Rail Lines use to cross the Cascade Mountains.
Stevens Pass ski area is located at Stevens Pass and covers 1,125 acres of skiable terrain, including 37 major runs and numerous bowls, glades and faces. The ski area averages 450″ of snowfall each year. As many as six lifts are lit for night skiing.
In 2011, the Stevens Pass Bike Park opened for downhill mountain biking during the summer months. Currently there are 4 trails available and 2 more under construction.
The Stevens Pass Nordic Center is just 5 miles East of Stevens Pass (closer to Leavenworth) and includes 28 kilometers of groomed nordic trails as well as snowshoe routes. The Nordic Center even hosts a biathlon race or two each year.
Current Conditions at Stevens Pass Ski Area
Stevens Pass Ski Area Facts
- Base area elevation 4,061′
- Top elevation Cowboy Mountain 5,845′
- Mill Valley base elevation 3,821′
- 1,800 vertical feet on three sides of two different mountains.
Current Stevens Pass Road Conditions
5 miles east of the pass is the Stevens Pass Nordic Center which features 25 kilometers of groomed skiing on 16 trails.