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Stevens Pass, 49 Degrees North ski areas open season

Skiers found powder snow for the Nov. 16 opening of the 2013-2014 season at Washington's Stevens Pass Ski Resort. (courtesy)
Skiers found powder snow for the Nov. 16 opening of the 2013-2014 season at Washington's Stevens Pass Ski Resort. (courtesy)

WINTER SPORTS — Stevens Pass Ski Resort announced today, Nov. 16, that it has opened its 2013-14 winter season with more than 1,000 skiers and riders coming to enjoy more than 22 inches of snow in the past 24 hours and a 30-inch base.

Hogsback and Daisy chairlifts and the rope tow operated for opening day. Stevens Pass plans to add the Brooks chairlift on Sunday and other lifts as the week progresses and conditions allow.
Here are more details about Stevens Pass:
Lift tickets will be just $20 for guests through Thursday.
 
2013-14 season pass holders from other mountain resort areas can also ski for free through Thursday by showing their pass in Guest Relations for a lift ticket.
 
Terrain park has 10 features in place in the Beacon Hill park, with more to come as the resort expands to four terrain parks.
 
With more than $4 million in improvement for the 2013-14 seasons, Stevens Pass expects to unveil its new Doppelmayr high-speed detachable Jupiter Quad in line with opening Mill Valley as the season progresses.



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