Trail Conditions Update

11/16: We are open. Read the blog to see and read about trail conditions. Trails groomed include, Doggy Prospectors, Busy Beavers, Prospectors and part of Light Me Up. Rock Skis are suggested. No Dogs on trails. Access to Yurt is with skis or snowshoes. No walking on trails.

11/15, 08:15, We are open, read the following updates for conditions No dogs on trails.

11/14 10:07 PM We are opening tomorrow AM. Groomed (rolled) trails are Doggy Prospectors, Busy Beavers, Prospectors and part of Light Me Up. Rock Skis are suggested, Expected a covering of new snow on groomed trails. Its thin but should be OK. 11/14: 04:45 PM 2" snow today and snowing. Rolled Busy Beaver and Prospectors at 12:00 PM another 1" since then. It was too thin after rolling, but the additional snow fall makes it a possibilty for tomorrow. We need just a little bit more. Lets see how much more falls and we'll make the call either later this eve or tomorrow early AM. 11/13: 3" new snow this week, Snowmaking completed on Learn to Ski Area and trail access points. Forecasted snow may allow opening. Stay tuned. Trails are closed for the time being. We will keep this page updated as conditions change.

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Homestake Lodge received Montana Governor Bullock's Eco Star 2013 Award for environmental stewardship. The award was received at a state house ceremony in April of 2014

Montana's winter and summer destination!

Homestake Lodge is a cross-country ski area situated in SW Montana. We are a year-round destination concentrating on cross-country skiing in the winter months and retreats, reunions, weddings, camps, family gatherings, and other special events during the rest of the year.

Homestake Lodge's focus is on being top-quality, affordable, sustainable, and family friendly with an adventerous spirit.

Homestake Lodge is located beneath the Continental Divide just three miles from Interstate-90 and 15 minutes from Butte, MT. Its a fabulous setting with 37km of trails through gently rolling terrain of meadows, evergreens, aspens, and beaver ponds. Incredible granite cliffs and rock croppings frame the trails.

There's no other place like this in Montana. During the ski season, a nice and cozy lodge allows skiers to arrive in the morning, ski, have lunch, and ski again in the afternoon. Two bunkrooms in the lodge accomodating 20 allow guests to stay affordably while enjoying the company of others. Other lodging includes a yurt and cabin.

 

 

What a wonderful little escape in such a heavenly spot.

-Caroline and Alison Bozeman, MT


We have 37km of groomed ski trails for both skate and classic skiing. 10km's of those are dog-friendly, so you are welcome to bring your pal(s) along. The lodge has a nicely outfitted ski shop, where you can rent or purchase your own ski equipment. All the important ski accessories are available (wax, hats, gloves, etc.) Enjoy the lodge as a winter or summer destination. The lodge is available to rent out for all types of groups and functions, such as weddings, family reunions, conferences, etc.