Snowbowl is 100% open with record amounts of snowfall in 2011. The hill is reporting 114 inches at the summit and 62 inches at the base. Todays and tomorrow’s forecast is for possible snow and spring hours.
- More about Montana Snowbowl
SPRING HOURS-open at 10 and close at 4:30, half day at 1pm. Open 6 days a week-closed on Tuesdays.
Road Conditions are very good with the improved access plowed and sanded.The Snowbowl bus service weekends-last day is March 20, pick up at 9:15.
Montana Snowbowl area calendar of events:
March 20, 2011: Best of the Bowl. Popular end-of-the-year fun race to find out who the best skiers, with Alpine, Telemark and Snowboard divisions judged on speed and style down the Grizzly Chute-Entry is FREE–Sponsored by Pepsi and Summit Beverages.
March 21, 2011: 3 for 2–Ski for Free. You ski two days and your third day is free–just keep your first two days’ ski tickets attached to your jacket (individually) and we will remove them on your third day. Day tickets from March 21 until the end of the season are eligible. Do not remove your tickets from your jacket–detached tickets do not count.
March 27, 2011: North Dakota Downhill. Slide and glide contest on the North Dakota Downhill trail. Registration is free; all who enter get a prize. Fun for all ages and abilities-sponsored by Pepsi and Summit Beverages.
April 3, 2011: Last Day of Skiing? Scheduled Last Day of skiing for the 2010-11 season, but—-!
April 8, 9 & 10, 2011: “Possible Bonus Weekend” moves the last day to April 10. Check later in March for the final decision. On the Last day of skiing for the 2010-11 season, attend the free Barbecue for skiers!
- You all knew it was coming, Montana’s Moonlight Basin extends 2011 winter season
Snowbowl is just outside of Missoula, Montana. Snowbowl boasts deep, powdery bowls and 2,600 feet of continuous vertical drop making Snowbowl an extremist’s dream. There’s plenty of skiing for other skill levels, too. With a total of 42 trails, 20% are beginner, 40% are intermediate and 40% are expert. There are two high-capacity lifts, a rope tow and t-bar. Click this link to see a trail map.
Phone:406-549-9777 or 1-800-728-2695
Snow Phone: 406-549-9696
Email: [email protected]
Click here for the state-wide Montana ski area report