Stevens Pass Lodging

Stevens Pass lodging options are a great choice if you’d like to spend more than one day exploring this ski area in central Washington state. Although it is a popular day trip destination, being only two hours’ drive from Seattle, Stevens Pass has enough ski runs to keep you busy for several days, as well as easy access to the Bavarian-style town of Leavenworth and other attractions. From the base, there are several options for Stevens Pass lodging, including the Pacific Crest Lodge, Tye Creek Lodge, and Granite Peaks Lodge.

At Pacific Crest Lodge, you can purchase season passes from the on-site office, shop at the sports store for your skiing needs, or have a quick meal at the fast food pizza or taco restaurant or a more substantial meal at the cozy grill. Tye Creek Lodge provides a rental center, conference room for corporate meetings, repair and care center, assorted restaurants, and deli.

Granite Peaks Lodge, located between Tye Creek and Pacific Crest Lodge, is equipped with a first aid station, ticket purchasing area, restaurants, and a pub with full service bar. The Bull’s Tooth Pub and Eatery specializes in pub grub and great beer, as well as a fireplace, which makes it the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes.

For visitors planning Washington State ski trips, there are great options for youth programs and teen and adult ski lessons, plus easy access to the Pacific Coast Trail. Each of the lodges is in close proximity to the Ski and Snowboard School as well as transport via Hogsback Express and Skyline Express, and Kehr’s Chair lift. Ample parking is available for visitors, including an overnight parking area.

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