Stevens Pass opened for the ski season Wednesday after consistent snowfall in the mountains. 

The ski area will have limited runs groomed and ready to go. The resort will also get to debut their new chair lifts, which are expected to help get skiers up the mountain faster. 

Crews said night operations at Stevens Pass are scheduled to start Thursday, Dec. 19. 

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Other ski areas, including White Pass, Mount Baker, and the Summit at Snoqualmie all opened over the Dec. 14-15 weekend after receiving a good amount of snow during last week's storm. 

Crystal Mountain Resort opened limited runs in November but opened more options last weekend. The Campbell Basin Lodge was also opened.

Mission Ridge in Wenatchee is also already open for runs. 

Most ski areas are still operating limited runs, so be sure to check their websites before you go to know the conditions and their hours.

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