Happy Friday! In celebration of almost everyone’s favorite day of the week–and the recent powder dump Montana has received–this girl is giving away lift tickets to Lost Trail Powder Mountain and Whitefish Mountain Resort.

“But Tia,” you say. “Winter is almost over.”

To which I respond, “Don’t count winter out so soon, grasshopper.”

‘Just this week, Western Montana has been hit with spring storms that deposited healthy amounts of fresh powder on our much-loved mountains, which means that we have a few weeks left to soak up as much time on the slopes as possible.

This could by YOU.
This could by YOU.

To enter to win these tickets (by the way, we’re giving away TWO sets of tickets to Lost Trail and FOUR sets of tickets to Whitefish Mountain Resort), all you have to do is leave a comment on the blog about why you love skiing or snowboarding. It’s as simple as that.


The giveaway will close Wednesday, March 27 at Noon, MST, with the winner being announced by 2 PM, MST.

Happy spring skiing,

UPDATE: I’m sorry for the delay in announcing the winners (technical difficulties, darn it). Even though we only had 6 sets of tickets to give away, we’re giving away 7 sets. Everyone who commented on the blog is a winner! Congrats to Hallie, Kelly, Daniel, Brenda, Misty, Gabe and Dave.

March 22, 2013

Related: Whitefish, Winter Fun


Hallie Brown
I just learned to ski this year and have fallen in love with it! Besides conquering a new sport, I love being able to enjoy the mountains and the snow with my friends. It's really been the best winter ever for me!
Kelly Hoag
I love skiing because it is a great way to spend time with my family! Luckily, my kids are still ok with being seen with Mom on the slopes!
Daniel Zumpfe
I love skiing because it's a relaxing way to be out in nature with my wife :)
brwnda fredenberg
I sooooo love skiing...nothing better than spring skiing on Whitefish Mtn Resort!! Send me back home to Whitefish...pretty please!!
I love snowboarding because it takes me away from my everyday routine. I like waking up early in the morning, checking the forecast, and drinking a nice cup of Joe before the days trip. There's nothing better then hitting some fresh powder on the mountain.

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