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Lost Trail Powder Mountain

  Lost Trail Powder Mountain has a much lower than average part of red and black trails and a much higher than average ratio of green and blue ski trails. The seasonal snowfall is higher than average at Lost Trail Powder Mountain. The 8 great ski lifts here are competently looked after and operated by pleasant folks. The fantastic 25 feet of annual snowfall is ample for genuinely delightful coverage. This is an ordinary size ski area boasting a roughly average
    drop compared to other US Rockies ski hills. The 1,800 feet of altitude difference is relatively ok; it's enough to get some decent time on the runs between lifts. With a totality of 45 ski slopes to ski on; it's a delightful mixture.
Lost Trail Powder Mountain has an okay array of ski trails and a reasonable selection of ski lifts. The natural beauty of the Montana peaks and the tremendous feeling of zipping down the runs are in themselves reason enough to come here to ski. Having 1,800 acres of skiable land you won't lack skiable territory. Snowboarding and skiing in this region is scores of fun every day of the season. Getting a nice workout and getting out of the house for a while attract  
ski folks from far and near. You have to go 64 miles to get to a ski hill with a bigger altitude difference. Please refer to the ski map of Lost Trail Powder Mountain on this page for information. The Bitterroot Range and its summits is a landscape worth seeing. This ski area has a delightful selection of runs to fit all abilities; it won’t leave anyone bored. In wintertime the Bitterroot Range is a one hundred percent skiing and snowboarding paradise. The nearby hotels are a bit far from the bottom of the hill, but you'd better reserve in advance of a trip since these hotels fill up rapidly. This is a family friendly ski area with a lot of easy runs for novices. The snow-white summits of Montana are a good site for skiing and snowboarding. You might be into skiing or snowboarding, or both, doesn't matter, in this general neighborhood, you won't bump into many other ski mountains.

Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area Management Says:
Family oriented ski area with affordable prices, no hype, and the best snow in Montana. We are located on the Montana/Idaho border on Hwy 93 South with simple access to the ski area.



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These outdoors activities are available near Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area.
 Ski Areas Near Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area:
Discovery Ski, Montana , 56 miles away
   1670 foot drop, 6 lifts, 48 runs
   55% Expert & Adv.
   25% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
Marshall Mountain, Montana , 59 miles away
   1500 foot drop, 3 lifts, 23 runs
   20% Expert & Adv.
   65% Intermediate
   15% Beginner
Montana Snowbowl, Montana , 64 miles away
   2600 foot drop, 4 lifts, 37 runs
   40% Expert & Adv.
   40% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area:
Salmon River, Lemhi County , 14 miles away, Class III - 39 miles long (North Fork to Middle Fork)
Whitewater Outfitter - Kookaburra Guided Whitewater Trips, Lemhi County , 24 miles away, Whitewater outfitter
Whitewater Outfitter - Salmon River Rafting, Lemhi County , 26 miles away, Whitewater outfitter
 Trails Near Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area:
Big Hole National Recreation Trail, Ravalli , 3 miles away
Ax Park Way, Lemhi , 10 miles away
Divide Trail, Lemhi , 13 miles away

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