Best Cross-Country Skiing in Montana

This list represents the most popular cross-country skiing in Montana. Use this list to plan your next Montana cross-country skiing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Since the establishment of the Rendezvous Ski Trails about 1980, the system has gradually ...
Lolo Pass is in the Bitterroot Mountains, a mountain range 470 miles long. The peaks are ...
The Chief Joseph Pass Cross-Country Ski Trails are at the confluence of two mountain passes ...
The Riverside Ski Trail crosses very easy terrain. New skiers can try out the sport and ...
Bohart Ranch sits in the historic and rugged Bridger Canyon below the Bridger Mountain ...
The Continental Divide runs north-south through Montana, slicing the state into distinct ...
The Holland Lake area is a quiet winter spot under the Swan Mountains. A guest facility ...
The ski trail to Kersey Lake and then to Rock Island Lake presents picturesque backdrops, ...
Red Lodge, named for the color of the Crow Indians’ tipis, sits at the base of the Beartooth ...
The Mt. Haggin Nordic ski trails meander through the state-owned Mt. Haggin Wildlife Management ...
Stemple Pass skiers consider this area their own private playground and hope that it remains ...
B Bar Ranch is a working cattle operation on the edge of Yellowstone National Park in ...
Blacktail’s trails offer fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, the Flathead Valley, ...
Expert telemarkers, alpine-touring skiers, and snowboarders who ride split boards find ...
The tiny community of Polebridge is situated just outside the western boundary of Glacier ...
Garnet Ghost Town in the Garnet Mountain Range is among the more unusual and unknown ski ...
The Essex Ski Trail system is a combination of roads and trails over gentle grades and ...
Beginners have great luck on the well-groomed trails here, which are right in town and ...
Lone Mountain Ranch’s ski trails are the among finest tracks in the country. The combination ...
The National Park Service reminds visitors that the Nez Perce consider this a sacred place. ...
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