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scenic view of red lodge mountain from miami beach ski run

Mountain Info

Nestled within the Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge Mountain delivers big mountain fun without the big crowds or big prices.  We prize great skiing and great people over glitz and glamour, and nowhere is that more evident than in our diverse mix of terrain and friendly staff. But most of all we believe that on a powder day you should be free to seek out your own secret stash.  Because you shouldn’t have to settle for first tracks when you can enjoy first, second, and third tracks. Red Lodge Mountain is Montana skiing, pure and simple.

COVID Operations

Our COVID operating plan will closely adhere to all guidelines set forth by Local and State health authorities, as well as the CDC, to ensure the health and safety of our employees, guests, and local communities. Operations will certainly look different compared to any other year, but we’ll still have the same great skiing and riding as always.

Please note that even in spite of our best efforts, it is still possible to transmit or contract the Coronavirus while on the premises. All individuals who are considered high-risk should consult their medical providers and employ extra caution while on site.

VIEW COVID OPERATIONS PLAN

Mountain Stats & Trail Map

Ski Season
The mountain typically opens on the day after Thanksgiving, and remains open through the second Sunday in April. 

Hours
Our lifts are scheduled to run daily from 9am – 4pm, weather and conditions permitting.
Join us for the holidays! We’ll have normal operating hours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years.

Elevation
Summit Grizzly Peak  –  9,416′
Base Area/Main Lodge  –  7,433′
Base of Palisades Quad  –  7,016′

Lifts
Chair Lifts:  6
Surface Lifts:  1
Capacity of 10,690 skiers per hour

VIEW THE TRAIL MAP

Terrain

Ski Terrain
1,635 acres
2,400′ vertical drop
70 runs

Marked Runs
19%  Beginner
25%  Intermediate
36%  Advanced
20%  Expert 

Terrain Parks
Beginner park located on Miami Beach
Intermediate/advanced park located on Hancock & Lower Continental

Average Seasonal Snowfall
250″

Longest Run
Lazy M –  2.5-miles long

Snowmaking

With  snowmaking coverage on 28% of trails, we hold the largest capacity snowmaking system in Montana. This allows us to consistently open in late November and maintain a strong on-piste snowpack throughout the season.