Whitefish Mountain Resort in Whitefish, Montana SKI WHITEFISH MOUNTAIN

(formerly Big Mountain)

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Located in the old railroad town of Whitefish, 60 miles south of the Canadian border in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Montana, 32 miles west of Glacier National Park, 8 miles north of Whitefish, and 19 miles north of Glacier International Airport in Kalispell.

Whitefish Mountain Resort caters to skiers and snowboarders and is one of the ten largest Winter Ski Resorts in America.

Whitefish Mountain hosts a brand new Superpipe and offers some impressive views of cloud dipped mountains and wildlife. Everything good about tree-skiing is here with impressive backdrops for your favorite conifers.

Night skiing is a go on the Swiftcreek and Tenderfoot lifts. Hosting seven lit slopes offered Friday and Saturday nights mid December through mid March and nightly during the holidays. You can also enjoy dog-sledding at Whitefish.

In skiable acres, Whitefish Mountain Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in the US and Canada, priced at a significant value to visiting and local skiers alike.



Ski Season: Mid-November through early April

Average Snowfall: 335 inches annually

Average Winter Temperature: 24 degrees F

Summit Elevation: 7,000 feet

Vertical Drop: 2,500 feet

Skiable Terrain: 3,000 acres

Total Trails: 85 marked runs

Longest Run: 3.3 miles (Hellfire)

Terrain Difficulty:
25% Beginner; 50% Intermediate; 25% Advanced

Number of Lifts: 10
2 High-speed quads
1 Quad chairlift
4 Triple chairs
1 Double chair
1 Platter lift
1 T-bar

Lift Capacity: 13,800 lift capacity per hour

Night Skiing:
Wednesday- Saturday, 4:00pm to 9:00pm, mid-December through mid-March.

Nordic Ski & Snowshoe: 16 km groomed trails

Mountain Shuttle: FREE SNOW bus transportation between Whitefish town and the Mountain Village







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