Season Pass information 

We are continuing to “Go Green” for the 2016/17 season. We offer online services for season pass purchases (www.losttrail.com). We will be offering discounted renewals starting March 1, 2017.

Season passes may be purchased online (www.losttrail.com), by mail, fax, phone, or in the main office. Please be sure to fill out your email address legibly so that we may send you an email reminder to purchase your pass in the future.

Remember, if you show your Lost Trail season pass at any Montana or Idaho Ski Area you can get a full day ticket at their 1⁄2 day rate.BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR PASS ONLINE OR HAVE YOUR FORM POSTMARKED BY 9/30/16 TO RECEIVE THE DISCOUNT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE FOR JUDY AT 406-821-3742 (THIS IS ALSO THE FAX NUMBER).

Season Passes Sale Price through March 15th
Adult (13-59)$399
Child (6-12)$299
Golden Ager (60-69)$324
Seniors (70+) $174
Family of 3$1,024
Family of 4 $1,249
Family of 5$1,474
Family of 6 $1,699

17/18 Season Pass

Holder Benefits:

 

 

  • Unlimited skiing/boarding the entire season when Lost Trail Ski Area is open (No blackout days)

  • Unlimited full day tickets at ½ day rate at all Montana ski areas, including Lookout (must present current season pass and photo I.D.)

  • 3 – $10 discounts (excluding Senior lift tickets) for Buddy lift passes at Lost Trail Ski Area (redeem in office or at ticket window, must have current pass present) – Blackout dates: Dec. 26th – Jan. 2nd, President’s Day weekend

  • 25% off rental demos (starting Jan 1st)

  • 20% off private lessons from PSIA/AASI certified instructors. Must have current pass at time of scheduling)

  • 15% off purchases over $100 in retail shop (current pass needed at time of purchase) 

Refund Policy

 

NO REFUNDS will be issued after the opening day of the 2016-17 season. In the case of season ending injury that occurs on or before January 30, 2016, the injured person’s season pass will be forwarded to the 2017-18 season. A signed letter from the acting physician stating the pass holder’s inability to participate in skiing or snowboarding must be presented to Lost Trail Ski Area in order for the pass transfer to occur. For injuries that occur on or after February 1, 2017, that cause the pass holder the inability to use the season pass, no refund or pass transfers will be issued. Pass may be refunded at the discretion of management until the opening of the 2016-17 ski & snowboard season. A $50.00 service fee will be charged for any pass refunds