Discovery Ski Area




Snow Report
Updated: 12/22/2014 8:10 AM
New Snow: 10
Lower Mtn Depth: 30
Temperature: 15-30
Surface Conditions: packed powder, Powder
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Street Address:
180 Discovery Basin Road
Anaconda, MT 59711

Mailing Address:
PO Box 221
Anaconda, MT 59711


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An expert's brand of thrills served up in a local's hangout, Discovery is a terrific find that will remind you what skiing in Montana is all about! The north-facing Limelight lift offers some of the steepest lift-served terrain around, while the variety of beginner and intermediate runs on the Anaconda and north-facing Granite lifts provide great skiing for all abilities. Easily reached from Missoula, Butte and Helena, we have beautiful views and uncrowded slopes with enough tree skiing, powder bowls, groomed trails and mogul runs for all tastes. One visit will make you a believer.
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Season and Hours of Operation:
Season: November - early-April
Hours: Daily 9:30am - 4:00pm

(SHOW DETAIL...) Services Offered:
bar/lounge
beer/wine
equipment rental
food services
gift shop
information
instruction
lounge
lunch
music
parking
public restroom
restaurant
ski equipment rental
snack bar
(SHOW DETAIL...) Activities Offered:
backcountry skiing
cross-country skiing
downhill skiing
environmental
outdoor activity
ski racing
skiing
snowboarding
telemarking
tram/lift ride
winter sport

Payment and Reservation Information:
Payment Methods:
american express
cash
discover
master card
personal check (in state)
personal check (out of state)
travelers checks
visa




LIFT TICKET RATES

PACKAGES & COUPONS
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Map and Driving Directions

Special Directions
Discovery Ski Area is located 90 miles east of Missoula; 23 miles west of Anaconda at Georgetown Lake on the Pintler Scenic Route. Fly SkyWest or Horizon to Butte. From Butte take I-90 to the Anaconda exit. Bus transportation from Butte is available on weekends and holidays. From Missoula on I-90 to Drummond, then Montana Highway 1 through Philipsburg and over Flint Creek Pass.
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TRAIL INFORMATION
Number of Trails63
Beginner20%
Intermediate30%
Expert50%

LIFTS
5 Triple
2 Double
1 Surface

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MOUNTAIN STATISTICS
Base Elevation5880 ft
Top Elevation8150 ft
Vertical Drop2270ft
Longest Run2 mi
Avg. Annual Snowfall210"

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