Lost Trail Ski Area

Lost Trail Powder Mountain
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Discover Lost Trail Ski Area

Sulsa, MT

Established in 1938, Lost Trail is one of Montana’s original ski resorts spanning 1,800 acres along the Montana-Idaho border. It has a top elevation of 8,200’, 1,800’ vertical and receives more than 300” of fresh snow annually. Lost trail is off the beaten path but the terrain is ripe for discovery. It has playful terrain for the whole family plus steeps and chutes that are easy to reach. Its longest run is 1.2 miles with plenty of powder pillows and cliff lines along the way. Open Thursday – Monday only, the powder piles up during the week giving Thursday and Friday skiers a special treat before the weekend.

Elevation

Summit: 8,200 ft
Vertical: 1,800 ft
Base: 6,400 ft

Terrain Difficulty

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Membership Details

3 FREE days. Open Thursday – Monday (Excluding Saturdays & Holidays) with a qualified season pass to any Powder Alliance Resort.
  • Tickets are FREE Thursday – Monday excluding Saturdays and the following holidays: 12/22, 2022 – 1/1, 2023. 1/14 – 1/16, 2/18 – 2/20, 2023.
  • Tickets are full retail price on holidays.
  • Tickets are non-transferable and must be used by pass holder only.
  • Offer valid for 22/23 unrestricted pass holders from participating Powder Alliance Resorts only.

Ticket Pickup Details

Trail Map

Check out Lost Trail's 1,800 acres, 69 trails, and 8 lifts giving you access to tons of steeps, groomers, and backcountry.

Webcams

Get a first-person perspective of the mountain with live webcams compatible with any device.

Dining At Lost Trail

Lost Trail offers several signature eateries with everything from grab-n-go food to sit-down dining.

Lodging At Lost Trail

Stay slopeside at one of tow 20ft Yurts or in the nearby town of Sula, MT.

This place is a real hidden gem great snow, amazing terrain, and awesome people. If you want to ski a place that values the actual experience of skiing over valuing how large and luxurious their base area appears then lost trail is for you. Don't worry though you can still get your sick Instagram post you just may have to actually go up the lift to do it.

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