White Pine Ski Resort
Fremont Lake from near White Pine Ski Area
Short lift lines, uncrowded slopes, 30+ kilometers of cross country trails that begin right off the deck at the Base Lodge, incredible views of the Continental Divide, the Wind River Mountains and 11-mile long Fremont Lake, these are things White Pine Ski Resort is famous for.
The 3-level, family-friendly, smoke-free base lodge at White Pine Ski Resort features the White Pine Grill (food and drink daily), the fully PSIA accredited Max Lundberg Ski School, the Ski & Sports Shop (level 1 with ski and snowboard equipment retail, rentals, repairs and tune-ups), fine dining Wednesday through Sunday, 5-9 PM, at the Grubsteak Restaurant, and on level 3, the full-service Fireside Lounge with fireplace and intimate seating for lunches, apres-ski and winter dining (Wednesday through Friday from 5 to 9 PM, Saturday and Sunday from noon to closing).
White Pine Ski Resort also offers luxury duplex 1-and-2-bedroom log cabins with lofts and fireplaces near the lodge.
In the summer, 14 of the ski runs are converted to mountain bike trails, some with boardwalks to negotiate. The resort also hosts a day camp through the month of June.
GPS Coordinates: 42.977839, -109.758172
Google Satellite Map
Season: Late November to early April (Weather permitting)
* 2 Triple chairs
* 1 Rope tow
Average Snowfall: 150"
Summit Elevation: 9,500'
Vertical Rise: 1,100'
Skiable Terrain: 370 acres
Number of Trails: 25
More Difficult: 45%
Most Difficult: 30%
Longest Run: 3/8 mile
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White Pine Ski Resort Nordic ski trails
White Pine Ski Area area map
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