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Lost Trail Powder Mountain Ski Resort

Lost Trail Powder Mountain
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last update on Oct 9, 2018
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Mountain Stats

Elevation6401 ft - 8199 ft
SeasonDecember - April
Opening DayDec 16, 2018
Closing DayApr 1, 2019
Capacity 6500 Persons/Hr.

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult $46
1 day child $36
All rates & fees

Lifts

5
Total 5
Hours9:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Skiable Terrain

Easy
Green Circle
Moderate
Blue Squared
Advanced
Black Diamond
Extreme
Double Diamond
Overall Slope Area 998 acres
Number of Slopes 69

The Ski Resort

Lost Trail Powder Mountain is a great family owned ski area located at the Idaho/Montana border. It offers 404 hectares of skiable terrain, unbelievable snow and affordable prices. There are trails for all levels of ability. However, 60% of the trails are intermediate runs. Yet, there is still enough space left to please beginners and experts as well. The Lost Trails Snowsports School offers programs for everyone, no matter if you´re just about to get into skiing/riding or if you´re a seasoned expert. Choose from private and group lessons. Experienced instructors will help you expand on your skills. In addition, there are special programs for men and women available. Lost Trail Powder Mountain has 2 Terrain Parks. Frontcountry park offers everything you need: kickers, wallrides, rails boxes...If you like powder you will love Powderpark. Here you will find natural bumps and jumps. If you´re cold or tired the Lost Trail Lodge is the perfect spot for you. Get some warmth in a cozy environment and get your favorite beverage and a burger.

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Contact

Lost Trail Ski Area
Nfd 081
Idaho 59871
Gibbonsville
E-Mail
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Phone+1 406-821-3211
Fax406.821.3742
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