Teton Pass

Teton Pass Ski Area is situated amidst Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front near the town of Choteau and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. Although a relatively small ski area, Teton Pass more than makes up for this with its varied and exciting terrain. Opened in 2000, Teton Pass Ski Area is one of the lesser known ski getaways, but those who do stumble upon it, often return for more. So why not test your skills this winter at Montana’s Teton Pass Ski Area.

Skiers and Snowboarders alike will have an amazing time traversing Teton Pass Ski Area’s 114 ski-able acres with a vertical of 1,010 feet and a top elevation of 8,342 feet. Teton Pass’ magnificent landscape receives some 250 inches of snow every year, which means you can be sure of some great skiing or riding. The terrain is great for all ability levels and is categorized as follows: 30% beginner, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced. Hop aboard one of the three ski lifts to be transported up into this spectacular winter playground. Snowboarders can play around on the natural halfpipes of Teton Pass whilst cross-country skiers can make use of the exercise track. Snowmobiling is also a popular pastime at Teton Pass Ski Area. With challenging terrain, no lift queues and affordable prices, Teton Pass is an unforgettable ski experience.

Teton Pass’ base lodge may not have all the glitz and glamor of the large resorts, but it provides the necessities in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Facilities at the day lodge include a ski shop, equipment rental, ski school, a bar and a tavern. Accommodation can be found at the nearby town of Choteau. From motels to guest houses you will find something to suit your requirments and budget. Try these great establishments: Bella Vista Motel, Gunther Motel, Big Sky Motel and Stage Stop Inn.

Although it may be a bit out of the way, Teton Pass Ski Area is well worth the detour when traveling in Montana. Don’t miss out on this memorable ski area.