Teton Pass Ski Area facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsTeton Pass Ski Area
|Location||Teton County, Montana|
|Nearest city||Choteau, Montana|
|Top elevation||7200 ft. (2195 m)|
|Base elevation||6190 ft. (1887 m)|
|Skiable area||114 acres (0.5 km²)|
|Longest run||0.95 mi. (1.5 km)|
|Lift system||1 double chair
1 rope tow
|Snowfall||250 inches (640 cm)|
|Website||Ski Teton Pass.com|
Teton Pass Ski Area is an alpine ski area located along the Rocky Mountain Front in northwestern Montana, west of Choteau, Montana and east of the Continental Divide. Formerly known as Rocky Mountain Hi in the 1990s, it was bought by New Zealand native Nick Wood in July 2010.
For the 2011–12 season, the resort was unable to obtain insurance and thus did not open its facilities. The resort closed again in 2017 and remained so until 2019 when it was purchased by its former manager and Choteau resident, Charles Hlavac. Initially listed for $3,000,000, it eventually sold for just $345,000.
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