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“Lost Trail is not in Anaconda, it is south of Hamilton/ Darby off Hwy 93 on the Idaho- Montana border..”

Lost Trail Powder Mountain
Ranked #7 of 17 things to do in Anaconda
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Owner description: Great skiing at lower prices with smaller crowds.
Reviewed 27 May 2012

You will enjoy an area that includes lovely mountains, the Bitterroot and Sapphires. Tremendous fishing and hunting and thousand of acres of National forests. Skiing is great and no long lines.

Thank Gary B
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Reviewed 24 April 2012

No lift lines, great powder, reasonable food prices! THIS is what we all want out of skiing!!

Thank MTValleyNative
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Reviewed 22 March 2012

While staying with friends in Salmon, Idaho, I have skied at Lost Trail on several occasions .... as early as January and as late as mid-March and have always been very satisfied with the experience. Short waits, if any, for lifts, trails for all abilities, reliable snow conditions - frequently better than the "majors" in Idaho, and a $13, all day ticket for those of us over 70.
The area is located at Lost Trail Pass on the Idaho/Montana state line.

Thank Intrepid8
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

Great in every respect except one - the ladies at the window selling lift tickets are pretty grouchy. Don't even think of asking for something.

2  Thank MontanaMike65
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Reviewed 5 January 2012

My family loves to go to Lost Trails to ski and snow board. The staff is typically very friendly and it has a homey feel to it. Unfortunately this trip was not as successful. The runs are poorly marked and it is easy to end up on an advanced run by missing a wooden sign with a small colored. Warnings were not given at the start of a chair lift that runs would be closed at the top of the mountain due to avalanche concerns and the ski patrol working at the time were not courteous in providing alternative recommendations to come back down the hill. This was an unusual expereicence as every other Holiday we have been treated warmly.

Thank Teddy2Eva
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