Search Northern Rockies Ski Hotels

No results. Try searching by resort name, region name, or by browsing below.
Please select your dates first.

Northern Rockies Ski Hotels and Accommodations

Big Sky, MT

Big Sky Resort offers over 5,806 acres of uncrowded terrain on three mountains from steep chutes, powder filled bowls to gentle sloping groomers. Located in southwest Montana, down the road from Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy luxurious slope side accommodations in a wide variety from hotels to homes. Big Sky Resort, truly a place all your own....Read more

Alta, WY

Nothing beats the convenience of staying right at the base of the mountain when Mother Nature blankets the slopes with her signature Teton Powder. Choose your Grand Targhee lodging from a diverse selection of Western-style lodges throughout the base area and down into the nearby town of Driggs. There are plenty of cozy accommodations that will have you so close to the mountain that you can't help getting first tracks in the morning. In addition to the legendary powder skiing, families love the fresh corduroy grooming, excellent ski & snowboard school programs, and the intimate base village complete with three slopeside lodges, a spa, a tubing hill, and a variety of restaurants and shops. Stay in the heart of the action, choose lodging from our hand-picked selection based on local advice and affordable rates....Read more

Sandpoint, ID

Located in beautiful Sandpoint, ID, Schweitzer Mountain is committed to providing a safe, fun place for you and your family to play. Our slopes are some of the least crowded anywhere! Stand at the top of our resort and stare at three mountain ranges, Canada and three states. Enjoy a variety of terrain from smooth corduroy groomers to wide open bowls and gladed runs. Then return to the top at hair-flying speed thanks in part to Stella. Stella, as you will soon discover, is Idaho's only six-person, high-speed lift....Read more

Teton Village, WY

Jackson Hole is a ski resort in northwestern Wyoming along the Wyoming-Idaho border. With 12 lifts, 116 trails, and 2,500 acres, Jackson Hole has some of the best skiing in Wyoming. Half of the mountain is dedicated to advanced skiing, with fluffy glades, open bowls, chutes, and expert shots. Jackson Hole is great for intermediates and beginners as well, with groomed cruisers, lower terrain park, and 2 chair lifts with almost exclusively green runs. A full-service resort, Jackson Hole provides on mountain dining, lodging, daycare, grooming, and snowmaking, among a long list of other amenities. Expect more at Jackson Hole, which supplies great customer service, numerous extra activities, and a distinct wild western character....Read more

McCall, ID

Brundage is a ski resort located in central Idaho near McCall directly north of Boise. Brundage has 5 lifts, 46 named trails and 1,500 acres of skiable terrain. This ski resort is great for intermediate skiers/riders with 50% of the terrain, but also provides areas beginners and advanced skiers will appreciate. Brundage provides great glades and open faces for the more advanced skiers and a couple different terrain parks of different difficulty. With daycare, **18,00 acres** of snowcat skiing, and in the summer, lift assisted biking and scenic chairlift rides, Brundage has opportunities many other resorts might not have. Untracked powder can be found days after snowing and Brundage has been expanding its terrain for more great carving abilities....Read more

Mullan, ID

Lookout Pass is the original Idaho ski area having documented skiing and a home made rope tow in 1935. The local ski pioneers chose Lookout Pass because of the abundant snowfall and excellent snow quality which they could access by jumping on the Northern Pacific railcars as they proceeded east from the mining towns of Wallace and Mullan, Idaho. These ski adventurers would hop off the railcars at the summit and utilize a highway storage shed as a warming hut that they nicknamed “Buzzards Roost”. Lookout Pass has operated every winter season since 1935 and has a reputation for legendary powder, earliest openings, and longest season in the region. The number that really matters is an average snowfall of 400" of light Northern Rockies snow. The region's “Favorite Family Ski Area” has recently received a major expansion approval and has initiated the first three phases of a five phase Master Development Plan. Lookout’s original historic base lodge is the 2nd oldest ski lodge in the northwest. The cedar interior offers delightful warmth reminiscent of vintage lodges of the 1940’s. Lookout Pass also straddles the Idaho/Montana state line which means you can ski in two states off various runs!...Read more

Whitefish, MT

They don't call it Big Mountain for nothing, you know. We've got over 3,000 acres of terrain, and most of it is accessible with a single 7-1/2 minute lift ride. Lift lines? What are those? Snow ghosts? Yep... we've got'um. Friendliest people on the planet? Quite possibly!...Read more

Sun Valley, ID

Ranked in the Top 5 of Ski Magazine's Resort Rankings for the 2011-12 season, Sun Valley is celebrating it's 76th winter season. This year, Sun Valley has added four gladed trails, 6 Adventure Trails and on Dollar Mountain, a halfpipe and 25 new features including, jibs, rails, boxes and cross course. Regardless of ability, from wee beginners to world class athletes, Sun Valley promises one of your most memorable ski vacations. Total lift capacity at Sun Valley is 29,717 skiers per hour combined with a daily average of less than 3,000 skiers, virtually assures no lift lines on the mountain. Sun Valley’s 120 days of sunshine, combined with perfectly groomed slopes with over 80 runs on Bald and Dollar mountains invite enthusiasts to experience unforgettable days in the Idaho Rockies. More skiing in more sunshine on one of the world’s best ski mountains! Sun Valley, perfect snow, perfect weather!...Read more