Thanks for a Great Winter Season!
A huge thanks goes out to all of our skiers and boarder that came up to the mountain this winter. It's hard to believe it's already May, and the winter operations have come to an end. We hope you'll join us this summer for some of the best outdoor activities around! See you again soon! Trail Reports will begin June 20th.
|Danny On||CLOSED||closed for the season. No signage.|
|Flower Point Loop||CLOSED||Closed until further notice due to lift construction, sawyer work, and road construction during the Flower Point Expansion.|
|East Rim Loop||CLOSED||closed for the season|
BIKETRAIL NAME & RATING
|Go Fish – Green Circle||
Good XC or warm up run
|Elk’s Club XC– Green Circle||CLOSED||
|Gravy Train – Green Circle||CLOSED||XC - No lift access|
|The Summit Trail – Blue Square||CLOSED||8 miles of awesome views and trail|
|Gopher XC– Blue Square||CLOSED||XC - No lift access|
|Microclimate XC– Blue Square||CLOSED||XC - No lift access. It's in its own world.|
|Arnica Ridge XC– Blue Square||CLOSED||XC - No lift access. New Climb in progress|
|Borealis XC– Blue Square||CLOSED||XC|
|Sidecar – Blue Square||CLOSED||Next step up from the Summit Trail|
|The Shire||CLOSED||Closed for the Season. Thanks for gettin rad|
|Wolverine XC– Black Diamond||CLOSED||XC - Downhill only|
|Final Countdown – Black Diamond||CLOSED|
|Overflow – Black Diamond||CLOSED||New lines in the table tops!!|
|Root Canal – Black Diamond||CLOSED||Old School DH|
|Dave’s Dive - Black Diamond||CLOSED||Short and steep|
|Cyndi’s Loppers- Black Diamond||CLOSED||Tech Trail with ladders, bridges, and drops.|
|Kashmir - Black Diamond||CLOSED||Flagship flow trail|
|Freebird – Black Diamond||CLOSED||All out jump trail.|
|Runaway Train – Black Diamond||
|Rock drops, berms, jumps, tech-This trail has it all.|
|Curly’s – Double Black Diamond||CLOSED||Brushy DH trail. It's like a time machine!|
|GNR – Double Black Diamond||CLOSED||Gnarly old school drops|
|Classic Rock – Double Black Diamond||CLOSED||Rock Gardens and step downs!|
|Scenic Lift Rides||Single Ride
(6 & under)
|$0 – free ticket required|
|One Way Ticket||$7|
|*Winter ’14-’15 season pass holders are entitled to unlimited Scenic Lift Rides (which are for non-bikers only) at no additional cost. In addition we offer passholder benefits attached to your winter season pass with discounts & perks. Visit the Information Center in the Base Lodge for the latest deals.|
(Pricing for Lift Ticket only, does NOT
include Bike Rentals)
|Two Hour||Full Day||Season Pass|
|*Winter ’14-’15 season pass holders can purchase season bike pass for $175 Adult & $99 Junior/Senior through June 30th.Need a bike? Check out the rentals section on the Mountain Bike Park page.|
(must be purchased at the Base Lodge)
|4 Ride||$25 ($7 additional rides after that)|
|Zip Line Tours
(Reservations highly recommended; call 877-SKI-FISH to book)
|7 Zip Tour
|Early Season 6/20-6/26 & Late Season (Fri, Sat, & Sun Only in September) price is $63 per person|
|5 Zip Tour
|Early Season 6/20-6/26 & Late Season (Fri, Sat, & Sun Only in September) price is $55 per person|
|Aerial Adventure Park
(ages 7+, max 265lbs)
|12 & Under||$34|
|Early/Late season pricing in effect through June 26th and after Labor Day; $38/adult $28/ages 7-12|
|Spider Monkey Mountain
(34″ +, max 150lbs)
|Walk in the Treetops
(54″ tall, 10 years, max waist 42″… reservations highly recommended call 877-SKI-FISH to book. Check-in 20 minutes before 2nd level Base Lodge)
|We provide 50% off armed forces for various summer activities & lodging. Inquire at the Base Lodge for the latest information.Special ticket pricing may be available when packaged together with lodging. Call 1-800-858-3930 for more information.Group lift ticket pricing is available for groups of 20 or more persons. Contact Group Sales at 800-858-3930 for more information.|
*Season Pass must be presented to receive discount as discounts are intended for use by 14/15 pass holder. Discounts valid on purchased season passes (doesn’t include Child or Super Senior etc.). Pass holder discounts have no cash value & are not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Discounts are neither transferable nor intended for resale. Other restrictions may apply. Questions? Call us at 406-862-2900
Looking for the Trail Report?
Open daily (June 20 – Sept 7) for lift accessed riding (weather permitting) from 10am – 5:30pm.
September 4-27: Fri/Sat/Sun
Explore almost 30 miles of downhill and cross country mountain bike trails on the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort. From the gravity-defying Runaway Train, to the intermediate Summit Trail that provides sweeping views of Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley.
*Remember we’re only open Fri/Sat/Sun in September!
If you like BIG adventure this one’s for you.
Soar above the trees on Montana’s longest zip line tour. Choose from a five- or seven- zip line tour for a fast and exhilarating experience with views that are best described as “Inspiration” – which also happens to be the name of the third zip line in the tour.
Strap on a paragliding-style harness and follow two zip guides on a tour of a lifetime. Seven separate spans with side-by-side zipping action go up to 300 feet off the ground, and the longest lines span 1900 feet over a valley floor. Tours include a chairlift ride and moderate walking.
Zip tours accommodate 14 people and all tours are accompanied by the best tour guides in town. Riders must be between 60 and 230 pounds. Closed-toed shoes are required.
Reservations are strongly recommended call 406-862-2900 to book today! Check in at least 20 minutes before your tour on the 2nd floor of the base lodge.
7 ZIP TOUR
Our 7 Zip Tour is highly recommended and is available to riders of all ages between 60 and 230 pounds. Tours offered from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. This tour does involve a moderate amount of hiking and is about 2.5 hours long.
5 ZIP TOUR
Our 5 Zip Tour is the tour that put us on the map! Tours offered from 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. This tour is available to riders of all ages between 60 and 230 pounds and lasts around 2 hours. The 5 zip tour includes zip lines 1,2,3,6 & 7.
|ZIP 1 – Easy Come, Easy Go 100′ Long, 20′ High||ZIP 5 – Highline 1500′ Long, 200′ High|
|*Pricing only valid for tours taken between above stated dates. Subject to change without notice.
Important Safety Information
The Alpine Slide is open 10am – 6pm daily througout the summer season. Fri/Sat/Sun only in September.
Grab a sled and race down the Alpine Slide, controlling your speed through straight-aways and around banked curves. An addictingly fun experience unlike anything else you’ve ever done, the Alpine Slide is fun for all ages, from 1 to 101.
Children under 48″/122cm tall ride for free with a complimentary ticket (required), but must share a sled with an adult.
Please note that if it’s raining to call and make sure the slide is still open.
The Aerial Adventure Park is open 10am daily throughout the summer season. Fri/Sat/Sun only in September. Early/Late season pricing in effect through June 26th and after Labor Day; $38/adult $28/ages 7-12
Our Aerial Adventure Park is one of the most popular activities on our mountain! An “obstacle course in the trees” this adventurous activity is fun for everyone age 7 & up. The park features five different courses of varying difficulties yellow (easiest), green (easy), blue (challenging), and black (difficult).
Traverse from tree to tree via suspended bridges and cable walk ways, climb on nets and ladders, swing on trapezes and tube traverses, and negotiate other fun elements like zip lines, barrels, and the like. The park is built to meet the standards of the Association of Challenge Course Technology (ACCT).
*Remember we’re only open Fri/Sat/Sun in September!
Spider Monkey Mountain allows children to challenge themselves as they find their own way up through and out of a webbed tower. Kids 4 and up can climb through 4 webbed-floors and upon reaching the summit can either slide down the giant slide or climb back down through the webbing. Spider Monkey Mountain uses all aspects of the body’s skills. It develops their psycho-motor and balancing skills as they stretch their kid-muscles and tap into that unlimited kid energy, and most of all it’s just good FUN!
Tours go out daily June 20-Sept 7 at 10am and 1:30pm. July 18-August 14, special 5pm tour. Open Fri-Sun in September.
Experience fun, learning and adventure in Walk In The Treetops. This 2-2.5 hour nature walk offers a unique view of the forest from an elevated boardwalk through the treetop canopy. Includes a shuttle ride out to the trail-head from the Base Lodge area, a safety presentation, hiking out and back on an uneven .5 mile trail and a walk on an elevated 700′ boardwalk at heights up to 70′. Guides give ecosystem talks relative to our forests and point out the local flora and fauna.
Walk in the Treetops is one of only a few treetop canopy tours available in North America and was the first of its kind in the United States. Reservations are very highly recommended as these popular summer tours sell
out quickly! 406-862-2900
Check-in 20 minutes before 2nd level Base Lodge
Open daily 10am – 5:30pm during the Summer season. *Remember we’re only open Fri/Sat/Sun in September!
The scenic lift rides at Whitefish Mountain Resort during the summer are a great way to get outdoors and enjoy Mother Nature. The approximately 15 minute ride to the summit offers a chance to cool off, enjoy the scenery & have a yummy lunch at Montana’s only mountaintop restaurant.
Access our signature Danny On hiking trail or the various Mountain Biking trails we offer from the summit. Be sure to check out the Summit Nature Center for local knowledge of flora and fauna and to take a guided nature walk.
Leaving directly from Whitefish Mountain Resort Village is the popular hiking experience of the Danny On Trail, which meanders up the slopes of Big Mountain through blooming wildflowers to the 6,817ft summit, passing through forests and fields. Epic vistas look out over the valley and the mountains from various points along the trail.
There are four different loops and routes on the trail with the longest route being 5.6 miles from base to summit. The most direct route is 3.8 miles. Please remember to pack extra clothing, food, and water and travel with hiking partners.