Leavenworth, Washington 98826


Yodelin Professional Review and Guide

"Yodelin was once a ski area, and you can see the remnants of old trail cuts and chairlift stations as you explore the area’s woods and meadows. It is an excellent area for beginners, but it can also be a great option for more experienced backcountry folks looking to stay out of bigger terrain on a storm day when the visibility is low and the avalanche danger is rising.

From the parking lot, skin around the building to the south, and set a line up through the small slope above. Pick up the road grade at the top of the meadow, and follow it up through two switchbacks. The road curves gradually to the right and then straightens in a flat spot at 4240 feet. From here you have two options to ascend."

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"Yodelin was once a residential development and ski area just east of Stevens Pass. The homes remain, and are located north of US 2, while the ski area, now defunct, lies just across the road. This short tour climbs the ridge just east of the former ski area and offers fine, short north-facing runs with little time commitment.

It is basically an uphill road trip followed by downhill runs through old-growth forests and clear-cut areas; an aerobic, but not exhausting little tour. Despite the diminutive aspect of this tour, the usual avalanche precautions must be observed. Difficulties: Moderate avalanche potential."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
3–9 km (2–6 miles)
1,400 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
4-6 hours
3,600 feet
Trailhead Elevation
5,273 feet
Top Elevation
Labyrinth Mountain
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Oct 2018