Looking for new mountains to explore? The Powder Alliance proudly announced the addition of its newest member, Blacktail Mountain, in Lakeside Montana. Established in 1998, Blacktail is Montana’s newest resort and voted #4 Small Ski Area In North America by On The Snow’s “Visitor Choice” poll.
Says Jessi Wood, General Manager, “Blacktail is thrilled to join the Powder Alliance. Lakeside, MT, has been secretly enjoying this gem since 1998 and we can’t wait to share our mountain with new visitors."
Now spanning 3 countries and 2 hemispheres, the Powder Alliance is one of the world’s most powerful reciprocal season pass programs offering top-tier pass holders three (3) FREE days each at 17 premier winter destinations.
Powder Alliance Resorts for 2022/23 include Angel Fire, NM, Bogus Basin, ID, Blacktail Mountain, MT, Castle Mountain Resort, AB Canada, China Peak, CA, Dodge Ridge, CA, Eaglecrest, AK, Kiroro, Japan, Loveland Ski Area, CO, Ski Marmot Basin, AB Canada, Mission Ridge, WA, Mountain High, CA, Mt Hood Ski Bowl, OR, Sierra At Tahoe, CA, Silver Mountain, ID, Timberline, OR, and White Pass, WA.
With a 22/23 Season Pass to Mountain High, you get three (3) days Sunday-Friday, non-holiday, at all these resorts. That’s up to 48 FREE visits! For a complete listing of holidays & restrictions visit http://www.powderalliance.com
Says John McColly, Mountain High Vice President of Sales & Marketing, “Your winter road trip just got better with the addition of this amazing, new Montana mountain. Blacktail has the powder to impress without the hustle & bustle of other major resorts.”
Blacktail Mountain is located above the town of Lakeside, Montana, overlooking Flathead Lake with easy access from Highway 93 South. It is one of the few resorts in the country where you park at the top and ski a full run before ever getting on a chair. Stretching deep into the National Forest, Blacktail offers 29 trails spread over 1,000 skiable acres.
Blacktail has four ski lifts, one triple chair, two double chairs, and one handle tow. The area offers terrain for every age and ability (15% beginner, 65% intermediate, 20% expert) plus a terrain park. Blacktail benefits from 250” of fresh snow annual and two (2) of the expert trails run through open tree fields that can be skied through.
With a top elevation of 6,676 Ft, Blacktail packs a 1,440 vertical drop and trails up to 1.5 miles long. Their average operating season is mid-December through mid-April. To learn more about Blacktail Mountain, visit their website at https://blacktailmountain.com/
Experience 17 different mountains this winter all for the price of your Mountain High season pass. Begin planning your winter road trip today at www.powderalliance.com. Get details on participating resorts, special offers, and answers to frequently asked questions. You can also see who has the snow by following the Powder Alliance at https://www.facebook.com/powderalliance and https://twitter.com/powderalliance