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  • Perfect for everyone, Teton Pass has downhill as well as alpine on over 100 acres of amazing snow. Located near the friendly town of Choteau, Teton Pass gets around 250 inches of snow every winter and...
  • Nestled high in the Little Belt Mountains of the Northern Rockies is Showdown Ski Area.With its uncrowded slopes, short lift lines and spacious sun-soaked decks, you will think of it as your own priva...
  • Red Lodge Mountain's name comes from the heritage of colorful tepees that once dotted the area's foothills.Legend has it that the town of Red Lodge was named for the tepees' coloring of red clay. Thes...
  • The opening of the Moonlight Basin Ski Resort on the north face of Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana, marked the first opening of a destination ski area in over 20 years. Now in its third season, Moonligh...
  • There is something so uniquely Montana about Snowbowl. You'll find it in the honest personality of a down-home resort and the dazzling spectacle of Northern Rockies terrain; a relaxing, friendly atmos...
  • Hidden away in the mountains of southwest Montana, Maverick is a big mountain with nearly 2000 vertical feet of uncrowded trails and superb snow. There's exciting skiing for every level skier from the...
  • Named after an early prospector, Marshall cut its first ski runs in 1937 and operated with rope tows until 1965.Today, Marshall encompasses 480 acres with three lifts, 24 runs and 1,500 vertical feet ...
  • Lost Trail Powder Mountain is situated on top of the Continental Divide, where the snows are very light and fluffy. With more than 300 inches of snowfall and an average base of 80 inches snowpack, ski...
  • The Great Divide Snowsports Area is located in Marysville, between Montana's Capital City of Helena and Great Falls.Over the past few years, Great Divide has grown from a local favorite to one of the ...
  • Discovery Basin Ski Area is located in Deer Lodge National Forest in Anaconda, Mont.Discovery is a place for families to be together. With 40 trails covering 380 skiable acres and a 1,300-foot vertica...
  • Since there are no owners, all profits go back into the area for improvements and operational budgets. This is why Bridger Bowl can afford to provide a high-quality ski experience for a very low price...
  • Whether your needs are vacation or business-oriented, Montana's Big Sky Resort provides the ultimate getaway -- and without crowds.Framed by majestic Lone Mountain, Big Sky's winter season offers supe...
  • Located in the northwest corner of the state, Big Mountain is one of Montana's largest ski areas, with more than 3,000 skiable acres, 2,500 vertical feet, 335 inches average annual snowfall and Montan...
  • Looking for a local family place to have fun for the day? Come to Bear Paw Ski Bowl and let the kids run wild. Ideal for little ones, the mountain has plenty for the big kids yet is not too imtimidati...
  • Moonlight Basin is known for its long, groomed runs, open bowls, challenging chutes, as well as its beautiful views and 1st class amenities. Moonlight Basin offers fantastic Montana skiing and ski-...

  • Lookout Pass Ski Area has is located 30 miles from St. Regis and 100 miles from downtown Missoula, Montana. Lookout Pass is made up of 444 acres and 23 Montana skiing runs. It features 2 terrain pa...

  • Discovery Ski Area is located 90 miles east of Missoula, Montana. Discovery is what Montana skiing is all about. The variety of beginner and intermediate runs will suit all abilities, with breathta...

  • Blacktail Mountain Ski Area is located just minutes from downtown Kalispell and only 2 hours north of Missoula, Montana. Big Sky Airlines, Delta, Horizon Air and Northwest Airlines all have service...