Whitefish Mountain ResortWhitefish, Montana

Resort Trails

Trails

98

Resort Trails

Lifts

14

Resort Trails

Parks

3

Resort Trails

Bars

4

Resort Trails

Restaurants

6

The Best Bike Parks in the Mountain West

The Best Bike Parks in the Mountain West

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Moments: Upper Middle Fork of the Flathead. Whitefish, Montana

Moments: Upper Middle Fork of the Flathead. Whitefish, Montana

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Trail Map

Whitefish Mountain Resort Trail Map

Contact Information

Address:

3808 Big Mountain Rd
Whitefish, Montana
59937

Email Address:

Phone Number:

(406) 862-2900

Snow Report:

(406) 862-7669

Follow:

Whitefish Mountain Resort on Facebook Whitefish Mountain Resort on Twitter Whitefish Mountain Resort on Instagram Whitefish Mountain Resort on Youtube

Resort Description

Formerly known as Big Mountain Resort, Whitefish changed its name in 2007 to better reflect the surrounding community. For most, it was a welcome change, because most people from out of the area referred to the ski area as Whitefish, anyway.

Located in the northern reaches of Montana, in Flathead Country, Whitefish is quintessential of skiing in Big Sky Country. Half the mountain is rated advanced or expert, and the resort features 3,000 acres, more than 2300 feet of vertical and 300 inches of light, continental snow annually. The town still holds its reputation and a railroad outpost, and features train service from Seattle, Portland, Spokane, Chicago and Minneapolis. Or fly into Glacier Park International Airport.

In addition to the ski area, Great Northern Powder Guides runs snowcat skiing in the area, there are tours of Glacier National Park available through the Glacier Outdoor Center.

Come summer, the resort switches its focus to mountain biking with a network of 20+ miles of single track, with more nearby, including the Spencer Lake freeride zone. The Nation Park is only 31 miles away. There are numerous fishing and rafting guides in the area, as well as rock climbing and mountaineering options.

Lift Tickets & Operations

Adult Lift:

$69.00

Child Lift:

$36.00

Senior Lift:

$56.00

Season Pass Adult:

$580.00

Season Pass Senior:

$480.00

Open Date:

December

Close Date:

April

Hours of Operation:

9am - 4pm

Mountain Specs

Skiable Area:

3,000 acres

Base Elevation:

4,464 feet

Summit Elevation:

6,817 feet

Vertical Elevation:

2,353 feet

Average Snowfall:

300 inches

Longest Run:

17,388 feet

Snowmaking:

1%

Snowboarding:

Permitted

Ski Lifts

Number of Lifts:

14

Uphill Capacity:

3 High Speed Quads
2 Quads
6 Triples
1 Magic Carpet
2 T-Bars

Ski Trails

Number of Trails:

98

Easiest:

15%

More Difficult:

35%

Most Difficult:

40%

Terrain Parks:

3

Half Pipes:

0

Resort Trail Map: