Welcome to the Quieter Side
A natural and historic setting for cross-country skiing, skate skiing or snowshoeing, our scenic trail system takes you along the base of Jim Hill Mountain and into the heart of Mill Valley. We provide all the necessary amenities to ensure a wonderful visit:
Lessons for all levels of skiers in classic, skating and snowshoeing
State-of-the-art rental gear
Nordic retail shop
A variety of food offerings in a warm and comfortable setting
Come experience the scenic beauty and history that is unique to the Stevens Pass Nordic Center.
Questions: Call our friendly staff at 206.812.4510
A Natural Mountain Setting
The Stevens Pass Nordic Center is located on the high and sunny eastern slope of Washington's Central Cascades on US Hwy 2, just five miles east of the alpine resort. We feature over 28 kilometer of machine-groomed trails nestled amongst the Alpine Lakes and Henry M. Jackson Wilderness Areas and the Wenatchee Okanogan National Forest.
Biathlon - Stevens Pass Nordic Center is proud to support the Washington State Biathlon Association and development program for future Olympic athletes. We will host eight races this season and one early season safety course for skiers interested in obtaining certification allowing them to compete.
Jan 20 & 21 WBA Race weekend 1 at Stevens Pass
Feb 3 & 4 WBA Race weekend 2 at Stevens Pass
Feb 24 & 25 WBA Race weekend 3 at Stevens Pass
Mar 10 & 11 WBA Race weekend 4 at Stevens Pass
Apr 14 & 15 WBA Race weekend 5 at Stevens Pass
All races are weather dependent.
All trail use requires a valid trail pass, including snowshoeing. Snowshoes must travel on designated snowshoe trails only. All trail users should keep in mind that some trails may not be open during or immediately following adverse weather. Although we strive to offer the finest possible groomed surface, grooming can be affected by weather conditions and skier traffic.