Montana’s Red Lodge Mountain got slammed this weekend, receiving over two feet of snow in just 24 hours. The mountain, which features 1,635 skiable acres and a 2,400′ vertical drop over 70 runs, now sits at a base depth of 36″ and a mid mountain depth of 44″.
Red Lodge Mountain, located near the Montana/Wyoming border, is available to owners of the Indy Pass, along with more than 120 other resorts around the world (mostly in the United States with some in Canada and Japan). The Indy Pass is available to adults starting at $369, or just $259 for owners of a current Indy Pass resort’s unrestricted season pass.
The recent storm leaves 39 of Red Lodge’s 70 trails open. It looked like a pretty killer weekend up there in Montana! Take a look at their own photo’s showing off the storm:
Image Credit: Red Lodge Mountain