Missoula Montana Ski Resorts, Skiing Areas

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Whether you alpine, snowboard, or telemark ski, Missoula's ski resorts will offer you awesome terrain, powder, chutes, and vertical, without the crowds or costs of more popular destinations.

Montana Snowbowl

Missoula- 15 miles from downtown Missoula
If you want to play with the locals, this is the spot. This mountain is big, you could ski open to close for weeks and still never take the same line twice. The trails are great for beginners, while the bowls will keep those with experience very happy all day long.

Discovery Ski Basin

Philipsburg-76 miles southeast of Missoula
Discovery’s three faces offer a bit of everything, starting with gently rolling slopes to steeper groomed runs and moguls, before dropping off the backside for some serious vertical. Great for the whole family, but excellent for the advanced skier and rider.

Lost Trail Powder Mountain

Connor- 90 miles west of Missoula
Located on the Continental Divide on the border of Idaho and Montana, Lost Trail receives over 300 inches of snow annually. Open Thursday to Sunday, this resort offers great trails at an affordable price. They also offer a progressive terrain park.

Lookout Pass Ski Area

Mullan- 111 miles west of Missoula
Along the Idaho and Montana border, Lookout averages 400 inches of snowfall a year. Open Thursday thru Monday, this family friendly resort has 34 groomed runs and multiple acres of prime powder glade skiing and riding.

Blacktail Mountain

Lakeside- 106 miles north of Missoula
At Blacktail Mountain everyone starts at the top. Get a run in before you even hit the chair lift. All ski levels will have fun on this family friendly mountain. Open Wednesday to Sunday, this scenic ski area is adjacent to Flathead Lake.

Whitefish Big Mountain

Whitefish- 136 miles north of Missoula
Big Mountain offers a complete experience with terrain parks, night skiing, and over 94 groomed trails. Trails for all levels are offered, but 40% are marked for the advance skier. Multiple chair lifts mean few lines and lots of time on the mountain.

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