They have several slow double chairs. Everything seems to be very old, but the overall experience is good. The resort is only open Thursday to Sunday, which usually gives you a great chance to ski powder every Thursday. There is tree skiing, some of it very good, while other areas are too tight. The steep areas are short but well worth it anyway.

Another cool little mountain. I don’t know how the rules are and how ski patrol deals with offenders, but some of the cool steep areas are behind a rope and marked as closed areas. According to a local, you should not get in trouble no matter what you do. Ski patrollers are volunteers, and that is always a good thing. Day tickets are only $31 and half-day tickets are $26 (2008). That’s a very good deal for what you get. According to locals, they always have good to very good coverage. Short lines are possible on weekends.


  • Nothing on the mountain but on both sides of it, you will find various options. Check the Web site for more details.


  • Add this resort while travelling in the area. It is easy to find, right on the border of Montana and Idaho.

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