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Terrain Parks - Whitefish Mountain

Rider's Guide

A winter sport paradise with a total of 13 lifts (three high-speed quads, two quads, five triples, one magic carpet, and two t-bars) to access 98 marked trails on over 3,000 acres of Rocky Mountain powder. Terrain throughout the mountain is rated 15 percent beginner, 35 percent intermediate, 40 percent advanced, and expert skiers will enjoy 10 percent of this fine mountain.

Parks and Pipes

The Fishbowl Terrain Parks is comprised of three parks to try your skills on jumps, rails, boxes, and whatever else the terrain park crew dreams up. The Fishbowl is lit for night riding on Fridays and Saturdays. Don’t miss the Night Rider’s Park Series, where riders compete for prizes and fame.

Out of Bounds

The resort is set amidst the backdrop of Glacier National Park and is a winter sports paradise. Beyond skiing and snowboarding, the Whitefish area offers dog sledding, sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.

Hangout & Hookup

Hit up Ed & Mully’s Lounge slopeside for a cold beer and nachos or take in a burger at the infamous Bierstube. If you happen to be in Whitefish on Wednesdays, make sure you’re at the ‘Stube for the weekly Frabert Award, where ski patrol awards the biggest goofball and passes out free beer. Take the free Snow Bus into town to hit up all the local restaurants and bars on Central Ave. Try some mexican food at Pescado Blanco, or get classic bar food at the Bulldog. Check out live music at the Great Northern Bar & Grille or the Craggy Range.