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Our reporter hit the slopes to find out how the resort’s virus precautions work in practice.
Pass holders opened the season on Friday. The general public is welcome on Tuesday — reservations only.
But despite capacity restrictions, the resort expects most skiers and boarders will get a lift ticket.
The ski resort will require reservations, face coverings and physical distancing on the mountain.
The resort has been closed since March, when it shut down ski slopes over COVID-19 concerns.
The 1910 avalanche remains the deadliest in U.S. history.
Subfreezing temperatures will continue Monday and Tuesday, and more snow might be on the way.
Upgrades boost the capacity of the hill and offer more runs for beginner and intermediate shredders.
After a two-week delay, the Daisy, Skyline Express and Brooks Express lifts open at 9 a.m. Wednesday
On Wednesday, the resort needed another few feet of snow to open. Flurries are expected this week.
No flurries are forecast in the lowlands, but nights have been colder with temperatures in the 30s.
Garbage emerges when the snow melts. Volunteers also found beer, jeans and a 20-year-old pass.
Widely known for its winter wonderland, summer at Stevens Pass offers other opportunities.
Two new chairlifts are part of a $35 million investment into four mountains including Stevens.
Tyler Larson has a sizable points lead entering this weekend’s finals at Stevens Pass.
A free Forest Service program teaches about local wildlife, natural history and winter safety.
Guided by an experienced hiker, a pair of first-time snowshoers tackles the Skyline Lake Trail.
Don Bryant, 80, has dressed donned the red suit for decades. This season was his last.
Up to 2½ feet of snow is expected to fall on Tuesday.
The deal coincides with another acquisition involving Crested Butte in Colorado and other resorts.