$185 - $375 per night 1 night min stay
Stevens Pass Travel Tips
Stevens Pass Vacation Rentals Are Perfect Year-Round
Stevens Pass, in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State, is a glorious winter skiing destination. It is located on US Highway 2 (the Stevens Pass Greenway) and also accessible on Interstate 90. It sits on the border of both King County and Chelan County. Stevens Pass is a scenic byway through the stunning scenery surrounding Stevens Pass lodging. The excellent winter snow makes this an ideal winter sports vacation, and during the spring and summer, those seeking fresh air and plenty of activities come here. The area is convenient located just 70 miles from Seattle International Airport.
Stevens Pass Cabins near Cowboy Ridge and Big Chief Mountain
Stevens Pass vacation rentals are popular during winter for the variety of sports available, such as skiing and snowboarding on Cowboy Ridge and Big Chief Mountain. The ski resort offers facilities for everyone from beginners to advanced level skiers. There are also impressive areas for Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. Further areas for winter sports include Echo Valley, Mission Ridge and Snoqualmie Pass. At Cascade Powder Cats, visitors can experience the wonders of this wilderness in winter from the comfort of fully heated cabs through almost 2,000 acres of privately owned terrain. During your day on Cascade Powder Cats, visitors can learn more about the area as well as experiencing the untracked areas and enjoying the area.
As the snow melts, the hikers come to Stevens Pass cabins to make the most of the area's many facilities, such as the wonderful Iron Goat Trail. At this time, visitors will enjoy the hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, and the panoramic views along the many scenic drives. With both the Wenatchee and Skykomish rivers, there are peaceful tubing runs and thrilling rafting rides as well as great fishing and swimming in the clear, clean rivers and lakes. Other activities available are horseback riding and golfing.
A Great Area for Outdoor Activities
Nearby, visitors can visit the national forest areas of Mount Baker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee, where over four million acres offer exceptional recreational activities. In this vast wilderness, visitors can enjoy solitary hiking, excellent fishing, hunting and horseback riding. There are also trails for mountain biking, climbing and off-roading. With almost 400,000 acres, the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area is where visitors can make the most of the clean lake waters for fishing, swimming and boating.
At any time of year, visitors to Stevens Pass lodging will enjoy trips to the charming local towns. The quaint Bavarian-style village of Leavenworth is one of the most popular to visit. Here, visitors can enjoy year-round entertainment, festivals and theater trips. This town offers the chance to experience the sights and flavors of Germany without leaving the state. The town of North Bend provides visitors with shopping opportunities for gifts and antiques as well as good restaurants. A trip to Snoqualmie offers the Northwest Railway Museum, with excursions on antique trains, and the chance to explore Snoqualmie Falls. This waterfall, at close to 270 feet, is higher than Niagara Falls and truly spectacular sight.
Stevens Pass Lodging Includes Charming, Individual Homes
When you choose from the Stevens Pass cabins available, you choose charming, individual homes that each come exceptionally well equipped to ensure a comfortable vacation. Being unique, each offers guests an individual experience, with delightful extras to ensure that vacationers have everything they need and more. Standard in each home are spectacular settings, fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. Extras depend on the individual owners but these include features such as hot tubs, entertainment systems, functioning fire places, wifi internet access, and much more. Many homes here welcome both children and pets.