Montana

The most alpine mountain I've skied in North America
The most alpine mountain I've skied in North America

Big Sky

Pros: Big vertical, challenging terrain

Cons: Rocks, wind

Fun family ski area
Fun family ski area

Maverick Mountain

Pros: Great vibe, good snow, no crowds interesting terrain

Cons: More than a little out of the way

Fun on formerly Big Mountain
Fun on formerly Big Mountain

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Big Sky

Big Sky

“Spent a week there Feb. 2010.  Never stood in line once, even for the Lone Peak Tram.  Rode every lift, took most of the lines off the middle of the hill, but couldn't cover every run even with 5 days to do it. I took the Liberty Bowl off the Lone Peak tram every time.  It was truely fun terrain, resembling Rendezvous Bowl at Jackson Hole except it's triple the vertical.  The ride up the Lone...” --SpikeDog

100% Positive Reviews
Whitefish Mountain Resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort

“Whitefish Mountain Resort, aka Big Mountain, has been around for over 60 years and yet the majority of skiers (unlike EpicSki members) have never heard of it.  3000 acres of varied terrain, from beginner areas with a magic carpet, to long sweeping cruisers, to tree skiing for the timid or the zealot, should keep everyone happy.  A "real town", not a Walt Disney stage set, has great restaurants...” --sibhusky

92% Positive Reviews
Bridger Bowl

Bridger Bowl

“ With the new lift and terrain opening this year BB has it all.  The new terrain is all natural as no trails were cut.  Several steep chutes and a big bowl make for some great skiing. The mountain has a great blend of terrain and seldom any crowds.  A family oriented day area so weekends have the biggest crowds.  Lack of crowds.during the week make it your own private...” --Ridge Hippie

100% Positive Reviews
Red Lodge Mountain Resort

Red Lodge Mountain Resort

“ This is my home area, where I've skied for the past 11 years and where I teach.  The area was family owned from 1960, when it opened, until three years ago when it was purchased by JMA which also owns Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resort near Lake Tahoe.  Season passes for RLM are also valid at those areas, but if you ski more at those two areas than at RLM, the season pass...” --mtcyclist

100% Positive Reviews
Discovery Ski Area

Discovery Ski Area

“ When I moved to Montana 13 years ago I discovered Discovery through this site. It quickly became my second favorite ski area in Montana and sometimes my favorite. I would ski there a 2 to 5 times each year. But as the years have gone by I have been going there less. Sadly, the warming world has not been kind to Discovery. The best runs are off the Granite chair and Limelight chair. Both have...” --Rio

100% Positive Reviews
Montana Snowbowl

Montana Snowbowl

“ Snowbowl is a family run mountain, and it is not unusual to see the owner Brad Morris on the slopes, behind the skis school desk, and he was even teaching lessons for a while there. This is not the place to go if you like the luxury resort experience. However if you like the warm "homey" feeling that goes with a small mom and pop operation, the people of Snowbowl's staff won't disappoint. You...” --volantaddict

100% Positive Reviews
Lost Trail

Lost Trail

Lost Trail Powder Mountain is the Rocky Mountain's hidden jewel. Experience affordable family skiing from the top of the Continental Divide. Lost Trail Powder Mountain is located on Hwy 93, Conner, Montana, 45 minutes from Hamilton, Montana. Lost Trail straddles the Montana - Idaho border in the breathtaking Bitterroot Range of the Northern Rockies. Lost Trail is an excellent family...

100% Positive Reviews
Moonlight Basin

Moonlight Basin

“ I had a season pass here last year. It was a good season, but I decided to buy a Big Sky pass for next year. MLB is small, friendly and has some great terrain. The problem is that the Headwaters doesn't really get filled in until the Spring. Lone tree lift is great but gets old after yo-yoing the 100th time.   It is really depressing in Dec to be in the shadows all day, and not be...” --cal to colorado

100% Positive Reviews
Blacktail Mountain Ski Area

Blacktail Mountain Ski Area

“ Great little hill. Usually has really good snow conditions. Its awsome when you park, click into your skis, and take a full run before riding a chair. This place is never crowded, as Big Mtn gets all the  tourists. it has suprisingly good glades too. Cons are a small vertical, and the lifts are really slow. Other than that its awsome ” --poNTOonMcConks

100% Positive Reviews
Maverick Mountain

Maverick Mountain

“I went to Maverick the day after a day at Big Sky and what a dramatic difference.  As opposed to Big Sky's massive area (which seemed to me to ski much smaller than its size), hard skier packed slopes and ungodly priced food and lift tickets, Maverick is a small area (only one fixed grip lift) that skis bigger than its size, has great snow quality (the trees were completely untouched), no...” --Roadrash

100% Positive Reviews