Yodelin (east side of Stevens Pass)   (1961-1974)
Vertical Drop:
Lifts: 2 Double Chairs, Tows
Note: A huge avalanche in 1971 destroyed the surrounding area and helped lead to the area's downfall.

Jan 25, 1971 - "Four die as snowslide crushes Yodelin cabins"
An avalanche 100 feet wide by 400 feet long crushed two cabins, killing two adults and two children.  Stevens Pass was closed for four consecutive days due to continuing avalanche danger  .
The developers of the Yodelin Ski Resort were warned two years earlier about avalanche danger in the area, based on observations by Edward R. LaChapelle of the University of Washington. The developers fought back and the state backed off because it was powerless to do anything, according to Governor Dan Evans.
Claims totaling $2 million were filed against the county, state and the developers by the survivors, the estate of the victims, and other parties.

In 1976 Stevens Pass ski resort purchased from the mortgage holders what was left of the defunct Yodelin Ski Area – including a chairlift, which after extensive upgrading was helicoptered one mile up the valley to become Stevens Pass No.7 “Tye-Mill” lift, opening up new skiing terrain.
The other lift was sold to Crystal Mountain and was installed as Chair 6-Upper Cambell chair.