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Lost Trail Powder Mountain

Conner, MT, Anaconda, MT 59827
+1 406-821-3211
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Amazing local mountain!

Great terrain. Cheap lift tickets. Tasty food and local beers. The lodge could use some updating... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
Missoula, Montana
Cross Country Ski and Affordable lodging close by.

The powder on Lost Trail is awesome! We ski just moment away at the Chief Joseph Cross Country Ski... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2016
Clovis, New Mexico, United States
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Great skiing at lower prices with smaller crowds.
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19 Dec 2016
“Amazing local mountain!”
25 Jan 2016
“Cross Country Ski and Affordable lodging close by.”
Conner, MT, Anaconda, MT 59827
+1 406-821-3211
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

Great terrain. Cheap lift tickets. Tasty food and local beers. The lodge could use some updating and heat.

Thank MntnWanderer
Reviewed 25 January 2016

The powder on Lost Trail is awesome! We ski just moment away at the Chief Joseph Cross Country Ski Trails. You can find affordable housing listed on the Lost Trail website. What a great way to spend a weekend on the trails.

Thank lteak
Reviewed 2 December 2015

Lost Trail is located a long way from any large population area which means it's a bit of a drive if you're not staying at one of the nearby towns. Very limited options for overnight stays which is why I absolutely love this place. The...More

Thank Rick O
Reviewed 15 August 2015

Lost Trail is a great little ski area right on the Montana/Idaho boarder. They get great powder dumps of light fluffy snow. Several distinct parts to the mountain connected by surface lifts. Excellent staff of patrol, lift ops and instructors catering to all abilities. Recommended.

Thank PAUL T
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Do you love waist deep powder...Lost Trail gets more powder snow than any ski area in Montana. With the latest expansion they now have more runs, more lifts and more vertical than ever before.

Thank Steve E
Reviewed 13 March 2015

This is a great, out of the way, throwback ski area. A surprising amount of area, served by few lifts. No express lifts here, but the lift lines are nonexistent so I got in more runs than my legs could stand. The spacing of the...More

Thank johnbuck754
Reviewed 23 February 2015

Although snow conditions across the entire West have been lousy this year (winter 2014-2015), LT had great snow coverage. We didn't get to experience the powder this mountain is famous for, but it was still great skiing. There are runs for everyone here and a...More

Thank DigginLife
Reviewed 22 February 2015

We have skied Lost Trail Powder Mountain for many years. It is a perfect mountain for all levels of skier. We love the diversity of the skiing for the price. No lift lines and an old school feeling make this mountain a perfect get-away weekend...More

Thank bella1933
Reviewed 22 February 2015 via mobile

Overall, this is a fun place to ski. They have long cruiser runs and the snowpack is deeper than other nearby resorts. The downside is that the lifts are separated from each other and a towrope is necessary in 2 locations and all lifts are...More

Thank YearoftheRabbit
Reviewed 12 January 2015

I was looking for a home mountain ski experience while in Montana on business. I hit LT on a Saturday AM. While the parking lot eventually filled up, I skied on every lift with no wait, was greeted by the attendant each run. If you...More

Thank Bruce E
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