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Stevens Pass to open for skiing Tuesday after getting a foot of snow overnight

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From Stevens Pass

STEVENS PASS, Wash. — The wait is almost over! Stevens Pass Mountain Resort is opening Tuesday for skiing and snowboarding.

Officials at Stevens say they got 11-14″ of “fantastic base building snow” in the last 24 hours and is ready to kick off the season. Lifts will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Two other local ski areas have already opened for the 2016-17 season, but a few others need just a bit more snow first.

Here’s a rundown of other local ski areas:

  • Crystal Mountain has already opened for the season and says it is open daily.
  • Mt. Baker is also open daily — it has a snow base of more than 68″ at Heather Meadows, the deepest base in the U.S.
  • The recent snowstorm has given Snoqualmie a big boost but not enough to open just yet.
  • And White Pass is getting closer and closer to opening, but officials there say they need a bit more snow first.