Experience an unparalleled snow season in Montana and Idaho by setting your personal record with a Lost Trail Season Pass. Delight in Lost Trail’s expansive 1,800-acre terrain that receives an impressive 300″ of snow annually, ensuring a pristine experience away from the crowds.
GO FOR THE SNOW!
Dive into a world of endless adventure at Lost Trail! Secure your pass today for unlimited skiing/boarding all season. No blackout days – just pure, uninterrupted mountain bliss. Conquer the slopes whenever the ski area is open.
Season Passes are non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be rolled over.
|GOLDEN AGER (60-69)
*Age-based pricing applies to all passholders.
*Age is based on your age on Nov. 1, 2024. Passholders are required to show proof of age with valid identification when picking up their pass in person, including children. For children, here are a few examples: student ID, passport, birth certificate, or health card.
A Lost Trail Season Pass is not refundable due to weather, the Pass Holder’s physical condition, injury, change of residence, or for ANY other reason even if the pass is never used or picked-up. Pass privileges are not transferable and may not be used by anyone other than the Pass Holder. All prices and dates are subject to change.
The Lost Trail 10-Day Pass Card is designed for skiing and riding enthusiasts who aren’t quite set on a full season pass. With this card, enjoy 10 delightful ski days that can be split amongst friends and family during the 2023/2024.
Our 10-day Transferable Punch Pass is our most flexible ticket option.
These passes offer 10 tickets at a discounted rate. Guests can share these with friends and family. This pass is valid ONLY for the season when it is purchased.
The tickets do not have to be used consecutively, you can spread them out throughout the season or use them all up in one go! It’s up to you!
Ten day transferable punch passes can be purchased online or in the main office at Lost Trail Ski Area (they cannot be purchased at the ticket window).
*10 Day Transferable Pass is non-refundable
Flexibility: The 10-day Transferable Punch Pass offers great flexibility. It doesn’t mandate the tickets to be used consecutively, allowing the holder to use them at their convenience throughout the 2023/2024 season.
Transferability: As the name suggests, the pass is transferable, allowing different people to use it. Friends and family members can share a single pass.
Discount: Purchasing the 10-day pass provides tickets at a discounted rate compared to buying individual tickets.
Season-long Validity: The pass remains valid for the entire season in which it is purchased, providing a range of options to plan ski trips.
Multiple Purchase Options: These passes can be bought in various ways for the convenience of the buyer. They can be purchased online or directly at the Lost Trail Ski Area’s main office.
Remember, the pass is limited to the season it is purchased in, and cannot be bought at the ticket window.
Whether you’re taking your family out skiing for the first time, racing friends down the mountain, going lone wolf, or getting on the slopes after taking a break, we are committed to keeping skiing and snowboarding affordable and accessible to all. We have a variety of lift tickets, season passes, lessons, and rental options available so you can choose your own adventure.
Get outfitted with boots, boards, poles, and skis at our rental shop. In-person only.
Lift tickets and 10-Day passes are available at the ticketing windows and online.
Start planning out your adventure at Lost Trail by reviewing the map of the area.
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