Winter Sports at Lolo Pass

A snow-covered road surrounded on both sides by trees

A snow-covered road surrounded on both sides by trees covered in snow.

Quick Facts

Entrance Passes For Sale, Historical/Interpretive Information/Exhibits, Information, Information - Ranger/Staff Member Present, Information Kiosk/Bulletin Board, Parking - Auto, Parking - Boat Trailer, Parking - Bus/RV, Permits Issued, Picnic Table, Restroom, Scenic View/Photo Spot, Trailhead

Lewis and Clark NHT Visitor Centers and Museums

Visitor Centers and Museums along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail

Lolo Pass, on the border of Montana and Idaho, is a wonderful, scenic place to ski.  Whether you’re a classic-style or a skate-style skier, you’ll find over eight miles of groomed trails, plus a significant network of groomed multi-use trails (suitable for skating or non-tracked classic).  

The area is also great for snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sledding, and tubing (just not on the groomed ski trails).  Activities are free, but there is a daily or seasonal parking permit required.  Parking can be crowded, especially on weekends and holidays. 

For current information, go to:

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

Last updated: January 22, 2021