With over 35km of trail groomed daily, Crosscut Mountain Sports Center is Gallatin Valley's premiere destination for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and fatbiking.2018-19 Trail Map (2.2mb png)Mobile Map
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Adult Passes are for individuals over the age of 18, Youth Passes are for ages 12-18, and Child Passes are for individuals under 12. Pass type is determined by age as of November 15, 2018. If purchased after November 15, pass type is determined by age on date of purchase. A Family Pass includes two Adult Season Passes and Youth Passes for all family members living in the same household. Early Bird Season Passes can be purchased online before November 15, 2018. See skier policies below for more information.
Adult tickets are for individuals over the age of 18, Youth tickets are for ages 12-18, and Children under 12 ski for free. Ticket type is determined by age on date of purchase.
Crosscut has classic touring packages (skis, boots, and poles) available for rent on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please visit our friends at Bangtail Bike and Ski if you are interested in skate skiing gear or reserving gear ahead of time.
Crosscut is looking forward to expanding our options for canines this winter! Canines and their owners will be welcomed after 3pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Dogs may use all trails south of Whiskey Gulch (see the map above).
We have two dog waste stations, one just in front of the nordic center, and one at the Pumphouse, and we ask that you clean up after your dog in the parking lot and on the trails. Any off leash dogs must be under voice control, and no dog may behave aggressively towards other dogs or people.
Crosscut is excited to offer both private and group lessons this year. You can sign up for group lessons online here:Group Lesson Registration
You can also start the process of scheduling private lessons by getting in touch with our Nordic Center, (406)586-9690 or email@example.com. We will add more group lessons to the schedule as the winter goes on.
Day Ticket or Season Pass is required
Fat bikes yield to all other traffic, on the trail and at intersections. Recognize that the Narrow Gauge trails are multi directional, and that you may encounter other trail users at any time. Always ride in control.
Fat bikes should stay out of the classic tracks, and stay to the right for oncoming traffic. Please be courteous and respectful to all other trail users.
Helmets should be worn on the trails at all times.
Fat bike riding is conditions dependent, we will post fat biking conditions on our grooming report, but if you are sinking in more than 2", it is too soft for fat bike riding.
Fat bikes only, tires must be 3.7" or wider.
All trail users must have a valid Season Pass or Day Ticket.
Always ski on posted trails and in indicated direction of travel, ski to the right when meeting on-coming skiers, ski in control, move to the side of the trail for rest stops, and please be courteous and respect all property.
Season Pass holders will have extra privileges as follows:
We will open on December 1st, 2018. If conditions allow, Season Pass holders only will have access to skiing in advance of the Dec. 1 opening date.
CMSC will be open to the public 7 days a week between 9am and 4pm. Season Pass holders may ski between the hours of 8am and 6pm during the regular season. Please be advised that Season Pass holders who choose to ski before or after regular business hours will do so at their own risk and without emergency support from CMSC staff.
We will close on April 1st, 2019. If conditions allow, Season Pass holders only will have access to late season skiing as long as safe snow conditions last. Please be advised that late season grooming will occur irregularly as conditions permit.
Each season pass holder will receive one complimentary voucher along with their pass, good for one free Adult/Youth day ticket at Crosscut Mountain Sports Center.