The Lost Trail Ski Patrol (LTSP) is a volunteer ski patrol. It is currently comprised of 72 registered National Ski Patrol (NSP) individuals. The mission of LTSP is to provide NSP-certified Outdoor Emergency Care at the highest level of quality to the skiing public. The LTSP volunteers work together as a team, where each member is recognized for their own unique skill sets. LTSP members are friendly, supportive and promote the family-oriented atmosphere Lost Trail is so well known. During the off-season, LTSPers frequently volunteer their first-aid expertise for local triathlons and other community-oriented outdoor sporting events. Visit the LTSP website to learn more about one of the West’s best SKI PATROL www.losttrailskipatrol.com
Fundraising and donations are the primary mechanisms by which our non-profit, volunteer LTSP purchase first aid supplies and improve our first aid response to the public. Donations are always welcome and appreciated. If you would like to learn more and how to contribute to the LTSP Mission visit: LostTrailSkiPatrol.com
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.
Stop by the Rental Shop to get
outfitted with the latest gear from
Rossignol, Arbor, and more.
Lift tickets and passes are
available at the ticketing windows
Find your way to Lost Trail
from US 93S or MT 43 W
on well-maintained highways.
To receive powder alerts straight
to your phone just text "POWDER"