Mile High Nordic Ski Education Foundation

A non-profit club dedicated to promoting cross-country skiing in Southwest Montana.

Ski Season is Here!

Mile High Nordic needs your support

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In normal times Mile High Nordic would be hosting the Annual Ski Ball. But with Covid, we decided to forgo our signature fundraiser and membership drive. So we need your help.

As a nordic skier you have the opportunity to escape the winter doldrums and the pandemic with 35 miles of groomed ski trails at Mount Haggin, Moulton and Stodden Park. You can thank the club volunteers for maintaining and grooming those trails (over 1,600 hours). But we rely on memberships and donations to cover the real cost of over $7,000 per year to maintain our fleet of grooming equipment and to pay for a season of oil and gas.

Please consider being a Mile High Nordic member by joining online or printing and mailing a membership form.

Club volunteers maintain two top-level Nordic ski areas: Mount Haggin and Moulton Reservoir.

When snow conditions permit, the club also grooms the golf course at Stodden Park right in Butte.

If you enjoy these trails remember, we rely on membership dues, revenue from our annual Ski Ball, donations, grants, and a whole lot of volunteer labor.

STODDEN PARK

GROOMING UPDATE

The golf course was groomed January, 25. The trails are rolled and a classic track is set.

The club, in cooperation with Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation, maintains a 4 kilometer loop at Stodden Park public golf course when snow conditions allow.  It is groomed for skate skiing and a  track is set for classic technique.

Map of Stodden Park Trail

Mount Haggin

25 kilometers of ski trails

Please – No dogs

Mount Haggin trails are located 11 miles south of Anaconda on the Road to Wisdom.

Moulton

17 kilometers of ski trails

Dogs allowed

Moulton trailhead is located 6.5 miles north of uptown Butte.
Pic by: Melynda Harrison TravelingMel

Volunteers maintaining ski trails near Butte and Anaconda

We rely on membership dues, revenue from our annual Ski Ball, donations, grants, and a lot of volunteer labor.

Neighboring nordic ski centers

Check out these other local ski areas.

Missoula’s nordic website has information about more ski trails in western Montana.

Homestake Lodge commercial cross-country ski area

35 kilometers of ski trails groomed daily

Dogs allowed on some trails

Ski and boot rentals

Located 3 miles east of Homestake Pass.

Echo Lake Trails

29 kilometers of ski trails

Dogs allowed

Located next to Discovery Basin downhill ski area. Operated by the non-profit Echo Lake Trails Association.

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