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Published: Saturday, March 30, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Hit the slopes for Easter fun

Ski bunnies can schuss down the trails at Stevens Pass on Sunday hunting for prize Easter eggs.
Kids from toddler through age 12 start the day off at 10 a.m. looking for golden eggs outside Tye Creek Lodge. There will be five age categories to make things fair. The golden egg winners will score an Easter basket.
Out on the trails, all skiers can keep their eyes peeled for silver eggs, which contain prizes such as free lift tickets and hot chocolate coupons.
And three lucky bunnies may stumble across a golden egg containing a 2013-14 season pass. Clues to the golden egg hiding spots will be given at the top of the lifts throughout the day.
For more information, ski conditions and lift ticket prices, go to www.stevenspass.com or call 425-353-4400.
Herald staff
Story tags » Stevens PassSkiingFamily funEaster

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