Red Lodge Montana
Red Lodge Montana is situated in a vast alpine region teeming with great views and a host of wintertime activities. Heaps of snow, affordable ski passes and lift tickets, and plenty of opportunities for professional lessons makes it one of the best Montana ski resorts available to all ages. Red Lodge Ski Resort enjoys a five-decade-long reputation for fun in an area free of huge crowds, yet filled with signature ski runs for all levels.
Expect a wide range of Red Lodge Montana ski deals, mountain festivals and special events, an incredible array of onsite amenities, and an exhaustive team of experienced mountain staff. As popular for summer recreation as it is for its endless list of ski runs, Red Lodge Montana boasts an elevation topping 9,000 feet with a vertical drop of more than 2,300 feet, and a base elevation of 7,000 feet, making it one of the top skiing mountains in the state. Almost 70 distinct trails are open for skiing, including 60 acres brimming with glades amid towering alpine trees. With a total of 1,600 skiable acres and 250 inches of annual snowfall, this is one of the best places to ski in the area.
Red Lodge Montana ski deals can be found through an abundance of local lodges, Montana hotels, and other service providers. Weekend packages for ski vacations are plentiful and include offers from the renowned Pollard Hotel, a large, modern property with plenty of artful touches throughout. Stay from Sunday through Thursday and enjoy special ski deals that offer access to Red Lodge Montana ski area, cross country skiing, dog sledding, and snowmobiling for an exciting alpine experience.
Other ways to enjoy Red Lodge Montana ski deals is to purchase lift tickets or season passes directly from the resort. The offers include a much wider array of choices than many other ski areas, which means each level and age is ideally catered to. Kids under six years of age always ski free, which is a welcome offer for families with young children. Special prices are available when buying passes or tickets between August and September with lots of great savings and discounts. The second wave of deals comes between October and November while regular season prices are effective from the end of November on.
Red Lodge Montana provides a choice between six-day and ten-day passes that include skiing the respective number of days at any time. Once those days are used up, the bargains continue with the possibility of additional days added at discount prices. Season passes are always a deal, too, and include free skiing at Homewood Mountain and Alpine Meadows in Lake Tahoe, unlimited skiing at Red Lodge Ski Resort, discounts on lessons, ski equipment and snowboard gear, and even dining. With a season pass, skiers and boarders have access to two cheap buddy passes per day excluding holidays.
Beginner trails at Red Lodge Montana comprise 17 percent of all trails, intermediate covers 45 percent of trails, and advanced ski runs sit at 38 percent of total ski runs. There are four double chair lifts, 1 detachable high speed quad chair, 1 triple chair lift, and 1 magic carpet lift, which service more than 10,000 skiers each hour at Red Lodge Ski Resort. The number of chairlifts translates into few to no lines, meaning more skiing and less waiting. Complete snowmaking for 31 percent of the trails adds even more to the huge annual snowfall. Freestyle tricks and jumps possible at Red Lodge’s two terrain parks, two facilities that host beginners in one and mid to advanced level riders at the second.
Between sailing down the slopes, skiers can enjoy a multitude of amenities directly onsite. The Mountain Gift Shoppe, a repair shop, a huge lodge restaurant, two casual cafeterias, and two pubs, both offering snacks and meals are located at the mountain. On top of all that great service, Red Lodge Ski Resort has Mountain Hosts that are ready and willing to help out with any task, small or large. Get help lugging your gear, get tips and advice on the spot, or get simply directions, among many other helpful things while enjoying ski vacations in Montana. Other great resorts to check out include Big Sky and Bridger Bowl.
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