Ski & Snowboard Program

Stevens Pass Ski Area
2020 Program Dates

Fridays, January 3, January 10, and January 17

Ski Penguin

There will be no regular Bear Creek classes on these dates for students in grades 7 – 12.


Registration opens November 11, is due by midnight on Friday, December 6, 2019, and will not be accepted after the deadline. Please follow all the steps and submit your registration to Bear Creek and Stevens Pass as early as possible!

Parents are encouraged to read these frequently asked questions and answers before beginning the registration process.


1. Bear Creek Transportation

If your child(ren) will ride the bus to/from Bear Creek and Stevens Pass, sign and submit online the Bear Creek waiver and transportation form for up to three Ski & Snowboard Program participants in your family (required).

If the participant is 18-years-old, s/he must also print, sign, and submit a liability waiver.

2. Stevens Pass Lift/Season Passes and Lessons

Before you start, review the Stevens Pass / Bear Creek Program Summary for prices and information about lessons as well as season pass and lift ticket options. Check out the significant discount on three-week lift ticket and rental bundles for students who take lessons.

Step 1: All participants must Create or Update Account at

  • Ensure all contact information and photo are updated Sign In


Step 2: Order Lessons, Passes, and Rentals

  • Note: Lesson availability is not guaranteed and will be available on a first come, first served basis. There is no wait list.
  • Call 206-812-4510 Option 3 to speak with a Reservations Agent who can answer questions and take your order for lessons, passes, and rentals. The call center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Please let the agent know immediately the name of your school program
  • Note: Rentals are only available through Stevens Pass for those who are also taking lessons. Rentals are available on a first come, first served basis.
    • If you are ordering rentals, please have your child’s weight, height, and shoe size ready
    • If you are getting ski rentals, please know your child’s ability level (Type 1 – 9 ). This will help determine DIN setting and is a measure of how aggressive they ski. It is not indicative of ability level

Step 3: Complete Liability Release(s)

  • Pass Release: All participants must complete a release of liability to ski, ride, or take lessons at Stevens Pass. 
    • Visit to sign your season pass/lesson waiver (available within 24 hours of purchase).
    • If you ordered a Ticket Bundle, your Sales Agent will have information on how to complete the release.
  • Rental Equipment Release:
    • Rental equipment at Stevens Pass is only available to students taking lessons. Rentals are available on a first come, first served basis.
    • Please download, print, and sign the Rental Equipment Release. In the date line, please write all dates your child will be participating in the program.
    • Scan signed release and email to

Step 4: Receive Season/Lift Pass Media

  • Season Passes will be mailed to the address listed on your account (unless renewing)
  • In order to print and mail your pass, you must first upload a photo to as outlined in Step 1

Contact Ryan Byram, Ski & Snowboard Program Director, at 425-898-1720 ext. 430 or with any general questions about the program.

3. Gear Rental

Unlike previous years, Stevens Pass equipment rentals are only available for those taking lessons. If your child does not own ski/board equipment and is not taking lessons, please rent ski or snowboard gear locally, e.g.:


2020 Ski & Snowboard Program participants and their parents will receive an email prior to the first Ski Day with more information about buses, lessons, and other details.

All parents of Ski & Snowboard Program participants will be notified via email and text messaging of any changes in the scheduled program including late bus arrival, cancelled ski days due to weather or road closure, etc. Ensure your email address and cell phone numbers are up to date on your Household Profile on the Parent Portal.

Even if a program day is cancelled (for example, because of excessive or insufficient snow), no classes will be held for Middle School and Upper School students.