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We are a culture that likes to rip it, grip it, and live life with a little flair. And we do what we can to start them young! The Mini Moster Jam is the perfect chance for your little ripper to...

A long standing event at Red Lodge Mountain the Three Jump Jackpot is steeped in lore of big air, tricks and epic crashes.

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If you really want to know what makes Red Lodge tick, be here for Winter Carnival. A two-day party on spring snow with costumes, parades, live music, feats of daring, and lots and lots of duct tape,...

The Winter Carnival Rail Jam closes up the amazing day which is "Winter Carnival." Held in the Base Area, this is a great event to watch while waiting for the fireworks and torch light parade....

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Fresh Tracks. A New Season

Post date: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 10:21am
About: early season, conditioning, Turnpike

It looks and feels like ski season in Red Lodge.  There's snow in the yards, ice on the streets, and ski gear in the shops.  Looking up at Red Lodge Mountain from our driveway, we have watched the snow fill in on Barriers.  Some nights we see the lights of snow makers.  The Mountain is doing its...

Fresh Tracks. Last Tracks

Post date: Saturday, April 5, 2014 - 10:54am
About: one more run, Big Bear Gulch, Headwaters, Lower Buckin' chute, great snow year, "It was epic."

At the end of a great snow year on Red Lodge Mountain, we are less concerned about improving our skills and more concerned about skiing one more run.

This season I have talked with visitors from North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Maine, Michigan, Wisconsin, and...

Fresh Tracks. Spring Skiing

Post date: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 10:55am
About: spring skiing, Bump Season, Hellroaring, Thompson's, french fries, The Stube

Town folks are complaining, "When will we be finished with shoveling all this snow?  When will spring really arrive?"  Spring in Red Lodge lasts into June with heavy snowstorms and killing frosts.  In the last thaw, our tulips poked up.  Now they're under a snowbank.

We took a road trip to...

Fresh Tracks. The Naming of Runs

Post date: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 - 2:34pm
About: challenge, ski all the named runs, how runs get their names, "Skiing Red Lodge", HFNT, Talus Area

Two years ago we set out to ski all the named runs on Red Lodge Mountain in one season.  I have a history of standing at the top of ominously named runs, asking that old boyfriend, "Are you sure I can ski this?"  This was his idea, and I reluctantly agreed, fearing the unknown, but sensing the...

Ski Lesson at Red Lodge Mountain

Fresh Tracks. Old Dogs, New Tricks

Post date: Monday, February 24, 2014 - 12:22pm
About: taking a lesson, Ski with a pro! not just for beginners, be a better skier

I want to be a better skier, one who skis all runs gracefully in any conditions, stays forward on the skis, and does not use the left pole as rudder and brake.  When I told our instructor that was my goal for our lesson at Red Lodge Mountain, she laughed and said," We probably can't do all that...