ADVENTURE - Winter Fun!
Brand new powder. 360 degrees of blue. Crisp mountain air. Room to breathe. And then, the downhill swoosh. In Red Lodge there’s always room to carve your own path down the mountain, and there’s always fresh powder to do it in. Whether you are looking for downhill, cross-country or want to snowshoe, winter awaits.
Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area · 619-922-0726
Established in the mid-1960’s by Austrians Pepi Gramshammer, Eric Sailer and Anderl Molterer. The Red Lodge International Ski and Snowboard Camp is one of North America’s oldest training areas. Skiing is open to the public and can start in April and go through July. The camp is located 23 miles Southwest of Red Lodge, Montana at the Twin Lakes Headwall on the Beartooth Pass. more...
Red Lodge Nordic Center ·
Located just two miles west of Red Lodge Red Lodge Nordic offers 15 kilometers of groomed trails set for both classic and skate skiing. Rentals and lessons available for all ages and abilities. A fantastic family experience! more...
Red Lodge Mountain · 406-446-2610
Red Lodge Mountain is Montana Skiing, pure and simple. No lift lines, no attitude, no big prices. Just great snow, great people, and an authentic experience in Montana's Rocky Mountains. more...
Beartooth Mountain Guides · 406-446-1407
We offer Cross Country skiing in the winter season on trails around Red Lodge like the West Fork and Lake Fork. This is also a great beginner and family activity, since one can adjust the intensity of the trail very easily.
Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area · 406-446-1407
Beartooth Basin Ski Area is a ski area located at Beartooth Pass in the Shoshone National Forest on the Montana-Wyoming border in the United States. It is the only ski area in North America that is only open in the summer, generally from late May through early July.
Silver Run Ski Foundation · 446-2642
Founded in 1939, Silver Run is, to our knowledge, the oldest continously operating ski club in the United States. Since the inception of Silver Run we have played and intregral part of Red Lodge Mountain, from the ski patrol to the ski school. Today we are involved with teaching the area's youth the fundamentals of ski racing.