Lost Trail Ski Area, MT joins the Powder Alliance for 22/23

Lost Trail Ski Area, MT. Credit: Facebook

The Powder Alliance is proud to announce the addition of its 19e resort town, Lost Trail, MT, also known as “Lost Trail Powder Mountain” located just outside of Sula, MT on famous Powder Highway 93. If you’re looking to get lost this winter, Lost Trail is for you.

Founded in 1938, Lost Trail is one of Montana’s premier ski resorts spanning 1,800 acres along the Montana-Idaho border. It has a maximum elevation of 8,200 feet, 1,800 feet of vertical drop, and receives over 400 inches of fresh snow annually.

Lost Trail is off the beaten path, but the terrain is ripe for discovery. It has fun terrain for the whole family as well as steep slopes and easy-to-access chutes. Its longest run is 1.2 miles with lots of powder pads and cliff lines along the way.

Open Thursday to Monday only, the powder builds up during the week, giving Thursday and Friday skiers a pre-weekend treat.

You can tell the soul of skiing is alive and well at Lost Trail with every smile you get on the chairlift from the people working at the lodge. Looking for advice from a local? There are a number of different hot springs within an hour of Lost Trail.

Now in his 10’se year, the Powder Alliance spans three countries and two hemispheres, and includes 19 premier winter destinations. The Powder Alliance resorts for 2022/23 are Angel Fire, NM, Bogus Basin, ID, Blacktail Mountain, MT, Castle Mountain Resort, AB Canada, China Peak, CA, Dodge Ridge, CA, Eaglecrest, AK, Kiroro, Japan, Lost Trail, MT, Loveland Ski Area, CO, Ski Marmot Basin, AB Canada, Mission Ridge, WA, Mountain High, CA, Mt Hood Ski Bowl, OR, Sierra At Tahoe, CA, Silver Mountain, ID, Snow King, WY , Timberline, OR, and White Pass, WA.

Purchase a season pass at Mountain High or any Powder Alliance resort and receive three (3) days FREE for everything else. That’s 54 FREE tickets. This offer only applies to top tier, anytime passes and not midweek, spring, or other restricted options. Tickets are valid Sunday to Friday, non-holiday, and must be used only during the 2022/23 season. Guests are encouraged to visit www.powderalliance.com or their official resort website for a complete list of vacation dates and resort benefits.

“We are delighted to add our 2n/a The Montana Resort takes us to 19 areas in total, our most ever.”

–John McColly, Powder Alliance

As a member of the Powder Alliance, you are free to ski the western United States, Canada and Japan finding the best snow conditions and unlimited vertical drop. There are no membership fees, no group pass prices and no additional fees of any kind. Simply present a 2022/23 season pass anytime at any participating Powder Alliance area and receive free ski benefits in everything else. Go explore 3,000 vertical feet at Marmot Basin in Alberta, Canada, soak in 400 inches of fresh snow every year in Loveland, CO, or ski until May at Timberline in Oregon. These benefits are FREE for full season pass holders, anytime, at participating Powder Alliance resorts.

To start planning your winter road trip, visit www.powderalliance.com. Get details on participating resorts, special offers and answers to frequently asked questions. Customers can also see who has snow by following the Powder Alliance at https://www.facebook.com/powderalliance and https://twitter.com/powderalliance.

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