Meany lodge is the Mountaineers oldest winter sports resort. Located approximately 60 miles east from Seattle off of I-90 at exit 62. Located on a ridge above the eastern portal of the Stampede Pass RR tunnel. The lodge provides a warm family environment for all, with room, board and hot showers for all.
A secret of Meany is that we still use rope tows. We have three of them, each for a different level of skiing, (beginner, intermediate and expert) and since the hill is private, hardly any waiting at all
For the experienced skier, the Meany campus features 39 named and many un-named runs through glades and trees. Levels up to and including double black diamond. We also provide and maintain a large set of groomed X-Country Tracks, that connect the campus with the surrounding National Forest
For the newbie, Meany Lodge Winter Sports School is for you. The school has classes for all ages and all levels of skiing, snowboarding, telemarking and classic Nordic (cross country) skiing. Classes are small, 8 students or less. There are series of lessons (most economical), drop-in, special one and two day events, all held on groomed beginner and intermediate slopes.
The school is recognized by PSIA-NW. The instructors are all seasoned and have a passion to see all their students make major leaps in their skiing/snowboarding abilities.