Red Lodge


Beartooth Pass, Cooke City, Red Lodge, Skiing
the editors
Spring break, Montana-style. When March rolls around, it’s hard not to think of white-sand beaches and umbrella-adorned cocktails. Before you break out the boardies and head for the beach, celebrate spring the Bozeman way—by skiing until May. Here’s how to pull it off. Read more >>
Outside Bozeman Lookout, Red Lodge Skijoring
Lea Brayton
The national skijoring finals return to Red Lodge.   Read more >>
Red Lodge Mountain
the editors
Taking a mini-vacation to Red Lodge. 
Red Lodge Trail
Traute Parrie
A Red Lodge trail pays dividends. 
downhill ski, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Tucker, David
If time’s short and all you can spare is a single day, point the car east and head for Red Lodge. Be sure to get an early start: it’s about a 2.5-hour drive. On the way out of town, stop by Sola Café for coffee and a breakfast sandwich. Read more >>
Beaudoin, Kate
JanuaryNordic Moonlight Ski – ski along the shadow of the aspens then relax by a warm fire at the Red Lodge Nordic Center. Lodge Mountain Rail Jam – competitors perform tricks on rails and boxes in the “jam” format. Read more >>
Kinser, Karen
Bozeman insiders know that for those of us who love the great outdoors—especially in the winter—the Gallatin Valley’s offerings can’t be beat. But, hey, sometimes you just need to get away. Read more >>
Lincoln Roberts
The Beartooth Pass typically opens in late May, after sufficient melt-off for plows to clear the snow-laden Beartooth Highway (U.S. Highway 212). Read more >>
Lincoln Roberts
“It’s like standing at the top of the world,” I hear someone say over the constant hiss of the wind. Men mill around in shorts and t-shirts, ladies walk across a snowbank in sandals with heels, and a bright-yellow Mustang convertible rolls up with the top down. Read more >>
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