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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS first:
How much does a trail pass cost?
Day passes are $15, 3-day passes are $30, an individual season pass is $100, and a Family Season Pass is $190, and children 12 and under ski free.
Are snowshoes allowed at Rendezvous?
Snowshoes are allowed to the side of trail, off of the groomed surface. Snowshoers are also encouraged to explore other local options that are generally considered better for snowshoeing. Click here for more info.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are NOT allowed at Rendezvous Ski Trails during ski season. The local Boundary Trail is a great option for dogs or Ski-Joring. Click here for more info.
Where can I rent skis or snowshoes?
Local shop Freeheel and Wheel 406-646-7744 rents equipment and is within walking distance of Rendezvous Ski Trails.
Do you offer ski lessons?
Freeheel & Wheel offers ski lessons. Call 406-646-7744 to schedule.
Are bikes or snow-bikes allowed?
Bikes are allowed on the trails during summer months. While we want to encourage all forms of outdoor activity, bikes or snow bikes are not allowed on the trails between Oct. 15th-June 15th, unless by a special use event permit from the USFS (Rendezvous landowner). The current USFS winter travel plan allows for wheeled vehicle travel only on non-groomed, non-designated ski and snowmobile routes. Some local options that fit this description are Denny Creek Rd, Beaver Creek Rd, and The Taylor Fork. Please contact the USFS Hebgen Lake Ranger District with any questions at: 406-823-6961.
What are your hours of operation?
Generally, daylight hours, as trail grooming occurs at night or very early in the morning.
How long is your ski season?
Regular season runs from December 1 -March 31, often longer depending on snow conditions. The trails are groomed under a special use permit during the month of November.
Are the the trails open during races and other events?
Yes. During a sanctioned event like the SuperTour in November, the 5k race loop leaving from the stadium area is temporarily closed to non-racer traffic during the race, for an hour or two. The remaining 30k of the trail system is always open and accessible to the skiing public.
Where should I stay during my visit to West Yellowstone?
Please visit our Eat, Sleep & More pages for links to affordable, skier friendly accommodations. Additional lodging information may also be found by visiting http://westyellowstonechamber.com/ or http://www.yellowstonedestination.com/
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