July 7th – Stevens Pass Bike Park Stevens Pass is located about 90 minutes NW of Seattle in the Cascade mountains between Monroe and Leavenworth. it is home to some of the best lift- accessed skiing in the Northwest. Stevens started building their bike park a few years ago, and there are nine trails total. There are plans for […]
It looks like spring in Washington has a few more surprises in store. The forecasted snow totals have steadily climbed throughout the day, making this weekend in the Cascades look powdery. Heres to hoping the trend continues, slowly edging the rain out of the forecast! Storm totals of around a foot are currently expected, but that is excellent considering this morning the NOAA forecast called for 4-6 inches.
Washington ski areas have been captivating national news with videos and pictures of huge slides, making things feel a bit strange in Washington. No doubt this season has been unusual for the West Coast of the U.S., but Washington avalanches taking out chairlifts? Are we in Las Lenas now?! But, we are looking forward to a brand new High Campbell lift at crystal, because it was planned to be replaced in the next 5 years anyways. Washington state currently holds the record for seasonal snowfall so it is no secret that there is plenty of snow. With a maritime snowpack […]
Snowboarding, like other sports, is very dynamic. There are so many styles and disciplines: competitive and noncompetitive, park and backcountry, slopestyle and halfpipe, urban and pow. In a recent poll, the X Games website attempted to figure out who top action sports athlete is, but can we really choose just one? The following is a disputable list of the most […]