Powder in October?! Early Season Skiing at Stevens Pass in Washington state
In Washington State, winter in the mountains generally begins to move in during the month of October. Usually, we experience multiple freeze and melt cycles before we have any truly ski-able snow, especially at ski area elevations (4500’-5000’).
However, this October has been different. Winter 2019-20 is looking promising, already delivering several storms and less melting cycles than normal which means POWDER FOR EVERYONE! We’re getting pretty excited to get our skis underfoot and can’t wait to get back on the snow again.
Follow along on this episode of The Adventures of Callie + Dusty for an early season ski adventure, and be sure to subscribe to the Wild Grit YouTube Channel to not miss a single video!
Hey! I'm Callie.
I'm a mountain-obsessed skier, hiker, and mountain biker based out of Bellingham, Wa. I am the founder of Wild Grit, teaching online courses and creating videos to guide you towards a more adventurous life.
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