There are so many things to see and do, depending on when you come through town. You can witness calves being born, watch a cattle drive take place right down MT HWY 43 or witness haying being done the way it was done in the early 1900s with beaver slides. Chase trophy Elk & Mule Deer through hundreds of thousands of acres of National Forest lands open to the general public. Cast a fly on the 153 mile long Big Hole River in pursuit of the Montana Trout fishing grand slam, one of the few places in the U.S. where you can catch Brown, Brook, Cutthroat, and Rainbow Trout all out of the same River system.....For a little more "good gravy" the Big Hole River is one of the last places in the lower 48 to consistantly catch native fluvial Artic Grayling. Follow the Lewis and Clark trail through the Big Hole Valley. Tour the actual site of the "Battle of the Big Hole" commerative area and walk in the footsteps of Chief Joseph, leader of the Nez Perce Indian tribe that fled 1170 miles to avoid U.S. Army capture by Col John Gibbons in 1877. Walk through Bannack state park, an actual preserved Ghost town that started the Montana gold rush in 1862 and was once the territorial capital of Montana. There are countless adventures to be had....pick a direction to explore, you won't be disappointed!
Ski & Snowboard Areas
Lost Trail Ski Area
Our goal is to provide a fun and thrilling experience for everyone that is safe and affordable. If you want to carve through incredible trails with stunning views or learn the ropes at a snow sports school, then look no further. Founded in 1938, we've developed a beautiful and safe environment for snow sports...