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Lost Trail Powder Mountain

Snow Report
Updated 4/19/2014 5:35:02 PM
New Snow: 1
Lower Mtn Depth: 135
Summit Depth: 135
Temperature: 27 to 27 p pp mg

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Contact Information
Mailing Address:
PO Box 311
Conner, MT 59827
Street Address:
9485 Highway 93 South
Sula, MT 59871

Phone: 406-821-3742
Snow Phone: 406-821-3211
Fax: 406-821-3742
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Well known for reliable snowfall and consistently good snow conditions, Lost Trail straddles the Montana-Idaho border in the breathtaking Bitterroot Range of the Northern Rockies.

Hours and Season of Operation
Season:
December - April
Hours:
Thursday - Sunday and holidays: 9:30am - 4:00pm; every day through Christmas holiday
Lift Ticket Rates
$39 (Based on full day adult)
Get Detailed Rate Info From LOSTTRAIL.COM
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Map and Driving Directions
Getting Here
Lost Trail Powder Mountain is located 90 miles south of Missoula on US Highway 93. Highway 93 is well maintained. Fly Delta, Horizon Air and Northwest to Missoula. Car rentals available at airport.
Trail Information
Number of Trails 50
Beginner 20%
Intermediate 60%
Expert 20%
Lifts:
5 Doubles
3 Rope Tows
Trail Map
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Mountain Statistics
Base Elevation 6400 ft
Top Elevation 8200 ft
Vertical Drop 1800 ft
Longest Run 2.5 mi
Avg. Annual Snowfall 300"
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