Ski and Snowboard Whitefish Mountain Resort
Montana › Whitefish Mountain Resort
Added by Noah Couser
Whitefish offers a variety of terrain, amazing tree skiing, and powder. You'll also get great Glacier National Park views from the mountain. Did I mention powder?
Whitefish Mountain Resort is located on Big Mountain, just a 10 minute drive from downtown Whitefish. The resort hasn't left it's mom and pop roots, even though it is up to date with state of the art equipment, the hometown local vibe prevails.
Terrain: 3000 acres, 105 marked trails with vast amounts of bowl and tree skiing
Terrain Difficulty: 12% Beginner, 40% Intermediate, 42% Advanced, 6% Expert
Longest Run: 3.3 miles (Hellfire)
Terrain Parks: 5 Parks & Skier/Boarder Cross Course
Average Snowfall: 300 inches annually
Average High Temperature: 32 degrees F/ 0 C
Average Low Temperature: 17 degrees F/ -8 C
Summit Elevation: 6817ft/2078 meters
Base Elevation: 4464ft/1361 meters
Vertical Drop: 2353ft/717 meters
For more details, pricing, and lodging, visit www.whitefish.com.
- Winter gear (goggles, gloves, etc)
- Trail map (pick one up at the Base Lodge)
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Added by Noah Couser
I'm a professional photographer living and working in Whitefish, Montana. I travel as much as I can with my beautiful wife Megan, and am always scheming a new adventure, or a new way to do an old trip. My passion is the outdoors, and getting people excited about recreating outside. By day, I teach PE and health at the local middle school, by night, I fight crime in a spandex jumpsuit... not really, but I do enjoy taking lots of pictures and working for cool outdoor companies when not at school throwing dodge balls at 8th graders.Follow
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