Want Powder With Your Jib Line? Ski Whitefish!
It’s a little more laid back in Whitefish, Montana. The big jump line is a little less crowded. The park competitions are a little more friendly. And then there’s the snow.
A good terrain park is an important part of a resort experience these days, and the boys and girls on the Fishbowl crew deliver, for sure, with some big hits, some innovative features, and solid grooming. The New Year’s Eve Rockin’ Rail Jam coming up this, well, this New Year’s Eve, will not fail to impress, and the Night Riders’ Park Series is a whole season full of freeskiing love.
But there’s something special about a place where, when you need a break from the 50-footer and the sick flat-down-flat, there’s more waiting for you than just lift lines and crowded groomers. Maybe this year you’d like a little La Niña with your Lincoln Loops. Some face shots with your Flat Spins. A snorkel with your switch 540.
If that is the case, if what you’re looking for is not only great park laps and a laid-back newschooler vibe, but also 3,000 acres of tree skiing and natural hits with no lift lines in sight, then you need to look outside the skiing box. Whitefish is for you, and it’s cheap, too…
A ski-in, walk-out hotel room, lift tickets, and hot breakfast every morning will run you just $75 a night. *Some Rules and Regulations Apply
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