Where can I go snowboarding?
Whitefish Mountain Resort
With a plethora of rails, boxes and pipes to suit both beginner and expert snowboarders, Whitefish Mountain’s Fish Bowl has something for everyone.
For the beginner boarder, the Magic and Depot Terrain Parks are a great place to get introduced to freestyle, with Deport Terrain offering 3 to 4 small jumps.
For intermediates and advanced boarders, Armory and Central Ave Parks feature several jumps and rail lines, with Central Ave Park offering up to 10 terrain features in one run. Central Ave Park has bigger terrain features and with jumps up to 25 feet and advanced rails.
The newly constructed Goat Haunt Skier Cross hosts 3 snowboarding cross events at Whitefish Mountain and features banked turns, small jumps, rollers and other terrain features.
- Location: Whitefish Mountain Resort, 8-miles from downtown Whitefish.
- Season: December to April
- Phone: 406-862-2900
Although not a huge snowboarding park, the Independence Terrain Park at Blacktail Mountain offers a lot of thrills.
In addition to the 24 trails and 13miles of terrain, the board park features a 24 foot step down rail, 20 foot and 12 foot straight rails, an 8 foot box, as well as step-up, table top and pyramid jumps.
- Location: Lakeside, Montana. From Kalispell take Route 93 south to Lakeside, at the Blacktail Grocery make right onto Blacktail Road. Travel 14 miles until you run into Blacktail Mountain Resort.
- Season: November to April
- Phone: 406-844-0999