Sparkling streams fed by ancient glaciers and snow-cloaked mountains score forest and alpine meadow in postcard-worthy Glacier National Park, the permanent home of big bears and brilliant wildflowers and the popular retreat of outdoors enthusiasts.
Butte is a city built upon the spoils of mid-1800s gold strikes by immigrants that traveled here to mine from around the world. Once Montana's largest city, Butte was the United States's single largest source of silver until the late 1800's. Butte's lavish mining past is plainly evident in the prominent architecture of the homes and business district of its downtown area.
Dillon is Montana's southwestern border town, located along the I-15 corridor. Dillon is best known for the amazing amount of blue ribbon trout streams that surround it, but visitors will discover that the area is also brimming with Native American and Frontier history.
Come to Discovery to experience what skiing Montana is all about! In the heart of southwestern Montana, this regional secret boasts great terrain, uncrowded slopes, amazing views, and a friendly atmosphere. Discovery's 614 skiable acres offer some of the steepest lift-served skiing around.
When you visit us at Lost Trail Powder Mountain you will enjoy the beauty and uncrowded slopes of the Rocky Mountain's hidden jewel. Experience affordable family skiing from the top of the Continental Divide.
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