pixtodaySpring Schedule: Wondering if we’re still open? Great Divide will open when the snow conditions and weather are right for great spring skiing. Scroll down to read Kevin’s daily report, or check out Facebook/Twitter each day to see what our plans are.

Spring Schedule

pixtodaySpring Season Pass Sale is going on NOW: Great Divide season passes are at the lowest rates of the season. Prices go up June 1, so be sure to get your pass before May 31!

Season Pass Sale

truckfulloskisRental Return Truck Rolls to Town: Done skiing and riding for the season? Return your rentals in town instead of driving up to the hill! Great Divide staff will be in the Murdoch’s parking lot from 12-3pm on Sunday April 27 to pick up your season rentals. Thanks in advance for your prompt returns!

Snow Report 4.24.2014 at 3:00 pm

Still skiing?  Maybe.  2″ new Wednesday night.  More precipitation next few days.  Forecasts are now trending wetter and cooler.  That means accumulating snowfall for Great Divide AND fresh skiing surfaces for you!

  Remember we are 3,000′ higher than Helena.  Still about 3′ base depths.  Only a few melt out areas on southern exposures down low on the mountain.

Best accumulations will be Saturday evening.  NO SKIING SATURDAY.  However, we are hopeful we will be able to operate on Sunday April 27th.  10am-5pm. Mount Belmont Chairlift only.  No Parks.  $30 all day or $10/hour.

For our season lease customers.  A U-Haul truck will be in the Murdoch’s Ranch Supply parking lot N00n-3pm Sunday April 27th to pick up equipment.  If we are operating that day and you return your equipment up here at the mountain you’ll receive a $10 certificate for any Great Divide goods or services.

We will update this plan at 3pm Friday April 25th to make sure the hopeful snow forecast is on track.
Our  Season Pass Sale is now open with the lowest rates available.  While the sale price is valid until May 31st,  your purchase now helps us  determine our budgets and improvement projects for this summer.  more information here.

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Spring snow showers may bring extended skiing season!