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Washington Mountain Passes
Stevens Pass

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Stevens Pass, Connection through Cascade Mountains

Stevens Pass, elevation 4,061 feet, on US Highway 2, is one of two east-west highways with mountain passes open year-round in Washington State. The other is I-90, to the south, which crosses Snoqualmie Pass.

The Pass, located on a section of US Highway 2, is designated as both a National Scenic Byway and a Greenway. The 105-mile Stevens Pass scenic byway winds through the rugged, forested Cascade Mountains and runs beside the wild and scenic Skykomish and Wenatchee rivers along most of its length. While the pass is open year round, travelers are advised to carry tire chains and monitor weather conditions during snow season.

Stevens Pass Recreation

Year-round recreation opportunities include white-water rafting, hiking, downhill skiing and snowboarding, biking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, and auto touring. Stevens Pass Ski Area, located at the apex of the pass, offers seasonal skiing and accommodations. Equipment rentals are available. Be sure to check up-to-date snow reports from Stevens Pass Ski Area to review conditions. See links below for hiking opportunities along the pass.

Staying in Stevens Pass

Stevens Pass offers accommodations along the highway, including hotels and vacation rentals. Other lodging options close to Stevens Pass can be found in Leavenworth. Be sure to check out our Leavenworth pages for an extensive list of accommodations in the quaint Barbarian Village.

Accommodations


Otter Chalet

22600 Alpine Drive
Leavenworth, WA 98826.
Phone: 206-612-5761 or 360-668-8905. E-mail

Mysty Mountain Cabin


Mysty Mountain Cabin

73525 Stevens Pass Hwy NE,
Skykomish, WA 98288.
Phone: 206-219-6427. E-mail


River Runs Through It. Off Highway 2 at Baring, 23 miles west of Stevens Pass. Phone: 206-325-5881; Toll-free: 1-877-325-5881.

Scottish Lakes High Camp
Offers a cluster of rustic cabins at 5,000 feet elevation in the Chiwaukum mountains 17 miles east of Stevens Pass on the edge of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area. Operated by Don and Chris Hanson, and Marc and Linda Well. Access is via an 8-mile private road, using 4-wheel drive vehicles in the fall and snow cats and snowmobiles during the winter.

Sky River Inn. 333 River Drive E, PO Box 333, Skykomish, WA 98288. Phone: 360-677-2261.

The SkyRiver Inn, the nearest accommodations to the Stevens Pass ski area, is located 16 miles west of Stevens Pass and only 70 miles from Seattle.

Sunset Falls Cabin. 50905 Mt. Index River Road, Index, WA 98256. Phone: 206-219-6427. E-mail

Hiking

Hike the Iron Goat Trail
Contains information about the Iron Goat Trail in the Steven's Pass area of the Washington Cascades. Includes trail maps, upcoming events and hiking information.

Scenic Drives

Stevens Pass Greenway
This byway follows the Skykomish River from Puget Sound through the Cascade Mountains then descends into the Wenatchee River Valley. Length: 89.2 miles; 143.6 km. Time to Allow: 2.5 hours

Ski Area

Ski Conditions
Stevens Pass weather on the National Weather Service.

Stevens Pass Ski Area
The Stevens Pass ski area is located on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee National forests, and is operated under a permit granted by the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. Web site includes ski conditions.

View Cam

Stevens Pass View Cam
Department of Transportation site featuring live video feed from Stevens Pass camera updated every 15 minutes. Also, links to road conditions report on each of the Washington mountain passes.

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