Lost Trail Stats & Trail Map
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Home to the POWDER THURSDAY and more POWDER stashes than you know what to do with.

Lost Trail sits atop the Continental Divide on Highway 93 where Montana and Idaho meet. With over 300 inches of snowfall every year these still undiscovered slopes await your visit.

Open Thursday through Sunday, with extended hours during holiday periods and Epic Monday hours in January and February.

Number of trails: 69
Vertical: 1,800 ft (550 m)
Number of Lifts: 5 double chairs; 3 rope tows
Longest run: 1.2 miles (2 km)
Coordinates: 45°41′31″N 113°57′07″W / 45.692°N 113.952°W

Lost Trail ski resort map.
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Lost Trail Ski Area's map showcasing the ski resort nestled amidst picturesque mountains.
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Plan your visit to Lost Trail today

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.

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Level up your skiing and riding this season with Lost Trail Snow Sports School.

Our top credentialed instructors specialize in teaching those brand new to the slopes and those looking to fine-tune their technique.

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