Centennial Mountains / Hellroaring Ski Adventures

West Yellowstone, Montana

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Expert telemarkers, alpine-touring skiers, and snowboarders who ride split boards find the Hellroaring drainage of the Centennial Mountains an impressive backcountry experience. Note that snowboarders must use a split board or approach skis, not snowshoes. Climbing skins are required. Untracked snow in wide-open bowls, protected powder fields, and unlimited tree skiing lures skiers to high-mountain tours in the Centennials. The Nemesis Mountain Hut, named for the 9,449-foot Nemesis Mountain, is a custom-built shelter with two large wall tents. Skylights let in the Montana winter sun and provide views to Mt. Jefferson from inside. Surface quality: Untracked powder.
Winter Trails: Montana

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Winter Trails: Montana

by Jean Arthur (The Globe Pequot Press)

Expert telemarkers, alpine-touring skiers, and snowboarders who ride split boards find the Hellroaring drainage of the Centennial Mountains an impressive backcountry experience. Note that snowboarders must use a split board or approach skis, not snowshoes. Climbing skins are required. Untracked snow in wide-open bowls, protected powder fields, and unlimited tree skiing lures skiers to high-mountain tours in the Centennials.

The Nemesis Mountain Hut, named for the 9,449-foot Nemesis Mountain, is a custom-built shelter with two large wall tents. Skylights let in the Montana winter sun and provide views to Mt. Jefferson from inside. Surface quality: Untracked powder.

©  Jean Arthur/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing
Nearby City: West Yellowstone
Distance: 7
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: Multi-day trips
Trailhead Elevation: 6,800 feet
Top Elevation: 10,200 feet
Local Contacts: Avalanche forecast (406)-587-6981
Driving Directions: Directions to Centennial Mountains / Hellroaring Ski Adventures

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