Considered as the 2nd largest ski destination in Montana with 3,000 acres of terrain, the Whitefish Mountain Resort has the summit elevation of 6,817 ft and a vertical drop of 2,353 ft. The resort features the advanced Hell Roaring basin and the Hellfire which is considered as the longest in the mountain that measures about 3.3 miles from the summit. Guests are serviced by 9 chairlifts that includes high speed detachable quads, surface lifts, T-bars, and the magic carpet. Create your own custom online trip quote 24/7 using our interactive website. Simply choose your start and end dates, # of adults and children and click Create Your Quote in the Trip Quote box up top! View our wide selection of lodging options, trail maps & webcams, snow reports, ski school information, dining, activities & shopping, and directions! Need Help? Call Toll-Free, 877-4-SKI-WEST, to talk to a Ski & Snowboard Vacation Specialist today! Whitefish Mountain Stats: Total Lifts: 13 3 high-speed quad chair lifts 2 standard quad chair lifts 3 triple chair lifts 2 t-bar lifts 1 carpet conveyor lift 2 additional triple chair Summit Elevation: 6,817' (2,078 m) Base Elevation: 4,464' (1,361 m) Vertical drop: 2,353' (717 m) Terrain: 3,000 acres Avg. Annual Snowfall: 300" (762 cm) Average temp: 24°f (-5°c) Longest run: 3.3 miles (5.3 km) Marked trails: 98 Terrain Difficulty: 15% beginner 35% intermediate 40% Advanced 10% Expert
Lots of resorts have big peaks on the horizon. Our Lone Peak is actually on the trail map. The Lone Peak Tram takes you right to the top, where you'll have some eight square miles of runs and 4,350 vertical feet laid before your wide eyes. It is demonstrative evidence of our right to the title, Biggest Skiing in America®. But it isn't the only evidence. Short lift lines ensure you get all the vertical your legs can handle. A vast diversity of terrain from greenhorn to grab-your-avalanche-beacon means nobody in the family gets bored. Add in 400 inches of powder, and you begin to see why “big” applies to every turn of your skis, not some distant, postcard peak. While the soul of Big Sky is its remarkable terrain, the Mountain Village is its heart. This walkable, friendly village has everything to make your vacation great. A short walk will take you from simple, clean and flop worthy to full-on luxury with roaring fireplaces, in-room Jacuzzis and multi-level floor plans. Big Sky even offers alpine cabins with full kitchens and room enough to sleep a small family reunion. In all, the Big Sky village has just over 800 slopeside hotel rooms, suites, condominiums and cabins. More than 30 restaurants and watering holes are at your service everything from nachos and microbrews to five-star Italian cuisine to aged bison rib eyes. Village stores offer a variety of Montana Made gifts and art; as well as designer clothing, mountain gear and more. The Solace Spa is one of the region's finest and most complete spas offering massage, facials, algae wraps, mineral baths, steams, yoga sessions and more. The Village is also alive with entertainment. Sing along to a regional band at Whiskey Jack's. Relax at the Carabiner listening to the tales of Montana singer-songwriter. Groove to a mix master DJ in our ice bar. Or catch the latest ski flick in our Roosevelt Amphitheater.