There’s More to Lookout Pass This Winter

Ski season at Lookout Pass is looking pretty darn good this year with bigger and better terrain, new dealsnew facilities, and that same inviting atmosphere that keeps skiers and boarders returning season after season. Situated right on the Montana-Idaho border along Interstate 90 and known for abundant snowfall and hometown ski-hill charm, Lookout has long been treasured by locals and visitors alike. With an annual average snowfall of 450+ inches, powder hounds flock to this winter paradise for ease of access to the best snow and grooming around.

Awesome new terrain on Eagle Peak

More Runs, More Fun with the Eagle Peak Expansion

With the new Eagle Peak expansion, Lookout is elevating its winter game to new heights, solidifying its reputation as a premier winter destination. Eagle Peak brings an addition of 500 new acres to explore, 14 more trails and a second quad chairlift. This long-awaited expansion adds an exciting dimension, unveiling a trove of thrilling new runs meticulously designed to cater to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. From gentle, wide-open groomers perfect for intermediates to challenging black diamond trails that will entice experts, there’s something for all seasoned skiers on Eagle Peak.

More Ski for Your Buck

Lookout remains committed to its family-friendly atmosphere and budget-friendly pricing. This beloved local gem features a dedicated learning area, a famous free ski school 8-week program for kids, and a range of enticing deals, like “bring a friend” Thursdays, where you can get two lift tickets for $75. New this year, you can also get a $5 discount on lift tickets purchased by reservation at the convenient outdoor ticketing kiosk. Season pass holders from any other area can now experience Eagle Peak with a sweet ½ price lift ticket offer. Simply show your other mountain valid season pass at the ticket window Monday through Thursday (excluding holiday periods) and you’ll get a ½ price lift ticket. How SWEET is that?

More Après

Lookout’s historic lodge provides a cozy retreat where visitors can warm up, fuel up, gear up, and share stories of their adventures on the slopes. And, just built for the 2023-24 season, a new, modern, unique Sprung building offers grab-and-go refreshments and another toasty respite to warm up during a day well spent.

Whether you’re a seasoned skier seeking new challenges or a family looking for a memorable winter getaway, Lookout Pass offers a magical blend of exhilarating slopes, stunning scenery and warm hospitality.

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