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Martin is a stop on the Northern Pacific Railroad at the east portal of its tunnel under Stampede Pass, going through the Cascade Mountains, named for the nearby Martin Creek. Since the 1920s, Northwest skiers took the Northern Pacific Railroad to Martin to take advantage of the deep snow that fell there. The story of skiing at Martin is virtually unknown these days, and Martin is one of the Lost Ski Areas of Washington.
John W. Lundin
skiing, Pacific Northwest, Stampede Pass, Northern Pacific Railroad
United States History
Lundin, John W., "SKIING AT MARTIN THE NORTHERN PACIFIC STOP AT STAMPEDE PASS" (2018). Works by Local Authors. 12.