Stevens Lodge PCT Stay - Thu, 9/28

Stevens Lodge PCT Stay - Thu, 9/28

We're open continuously from Sun, Aug 20 to Sun, Oct 1 to serve the needs of Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) thru-hikers making the trek from Mexico to Canada. Everyone is welcome—reserve in advance or just show up. We hope to see you this summer!


In light of order by our governor and state and local health officials, our organization's leadership decided to cancel all overnight lodge stays and not schedule any future lodge stays until further notice.

Summer 2020: Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, our lodge at Stevens Pass will NOT be open for the PCT season this summer (2020). We hope that those of you who are hiking the trail this year have a great adventure and stay safe and well. Also note that the Stevens Pass Mountain Resort will not be accepting packages this summer.

Visit our Mountaineers Programming and the Coronavirus blog and COVID-19 Response page for more information and to stay up-to-date.




Adult member (age 14+) $15.00
Adult non-member (age 14+) $20.00
Youth member (age 13-) $5.00
Youth non-member (age 13-) $10.00

The Mountaineers Stevens Pass Lodge is your mountain home located immediately next to the Stevens Pass Ski Area and Mountain Bike Park in the Mount Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest. Surrounded by thousands of acres of backcountry and in-bounds skiing in winter and hiking trails and a mountain bike park in summer, our lodge is the perfect place to stay for a night, an entire weekend, or a few days.

The lodge will be open continuously from Sun, Aug  20 to Sun, Oct 1. Come in, sign-in, claim a bunk, and sign up for a chore. Enjoy cozy couches by the fire and the company of other hikers and mountain bikers in our rustic lodge setting. We have full amenities including a kitchen, dorm style bunk beds, and common areas. There is a "hot room" downstairs to dry out gear, a minimal workshop for repair work (bring your own tools).


where to Park

Please park in Lot 4 of the ski area/mountain bike park, and hike up the trail until you see our building at the bend in the road.

What to Pack

  • Sleeping Bag
  • Food for all your meals or consider one of the Stevens Pass dining options
  • Toiletries and a towel—we have showers, but water is our greatest expense, so please help us conserve.
  • Rain jacket and warm clothing (it can be cold in summer too, especially in the evening)
  • Headlamp or flashlight

what to do when you get here

Please make sure to sign-in at the Welcome Desk, and sign up for a chore for each day of your stay.  Walk-ins are welcome. You may use the kitchen for cooking your meals—we just ask that you clean up after yourself. 

quiet hours

Quiet hours are from 10:30 pm to 7 am. Lights go off in the dorms and we ask that conversations be limited to the first two floors of the building.