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Meany Lodge is a 54-acre (22 ha) ski area located near Stampede Pass, Washington, United States. It was built in 1928, making it the oldest ski area in Washington and one of the oldest in the U.S. The area has been operated as a private ski area since 1975.
Meany Lodge is operated by The Mountaineers, a non-profit group, and is located in the Wenatchee National Forest near the eastern portal of the Stampede Pass Train Tunnel at 47°16′49″N 121°19′14″W. With a 450-foot (140 m) vertical drop the slope has 32 downhill runs (4 of which are groomed). Access to the runs is via the longest certified rope tow west of the Rockies. Up until 2013, the main rope tow was powered by a Chevrolet pickup engine and moved the rope at 15 miles per hour (24 km/h); before lift speeds were regulated, it ran at 21 miles per hour (34 km/h).
Reservations are needed and include an overnight stay, meals, and rope tow use.