Discovery Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Anaconda, MT  US
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Discovery Terrain

The terrain ranges from gentle beginner slopes to extreme skiing on the back side. There are 614 acres of skiable terrain equally divided between beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert slopes. The Granite lift, which services 1670 vertical feet and 140 acres of new trails on the northwest side of Rumsey Mountain gives a backside experience to intermediate skiers.

Discovery Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 0

Plenty of air and great backside bowls. Leashes required.

Discovery Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 8,150 Ft / 2,484 M
Base 6,480 Ft / 1,975 M
Vertical 1,670 Ft / 509 M
Acres 614 Ac / 248 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 7%
Longest Run: 7,920 Ft / 2,414 M
Toughest Trail Russell
20%
25%
25%
30%
Trails: 55
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Triples: 3
Doubles: 3
Capacity (per hr): 7300
Season:
From 11/22/2007 to 4/6/2008
Sunday: 9:30-4
Monday: 9:30-4
Tuesday: 9:30-4
Wednesday: 9:30-4
Thursday: 9:30-4
Friday: 9:30-4
Saturday: 9:30-4
Mountain
Summit 8,150 Ft / 2,484 M
Base 6,480 Ft / 1,975 M
Vertical 1,670 Ft / 509 M
Acres 614 Ac / 248 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Snowmaking 7%
Longest Run: 7,920 Ft / 2,414 M
Toughest Trail Russell
Terrain
20%
25%
25%
30%
Trails: 55
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Triples: 3
Doubles: 3
Capacity (per hr): 7300
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/22/2007 to 4/6/2008
Sunday: 9:30-4
Monday: 9:30-4
Tuesday: 9:30-4
Wednesday: 9:30-4
Thursday: 9:30-4
Friday: 9:30-4
Saturday: 9:30-4

What's New This Season at Discovery

Two additional lifts: the Anaconda Lift servicing the front side and the Granite Lift servicing 1670 vertical feet and 140 acres of new trails on the northwest side of Rumsey Mountain.

Information last updated 11/30/2007.