Lookout Pass, the small ski hill on the Montana edge of the Silver Valley, got enough snow this week to turn other area ski resorts white with envy.
With a summit elevation of close to 6,000 feet, the family place - in operation since the 1930s - was named as the nation's snow bowl deluxe after receiving a hefty 6-plus feet of new powder this week.
The ski area offers 540 skiable acres and a lodge that is the second oldest in the Northwest. The hill first opened with a homemade rope tow and targeted passengers on the Milwaukee Railroad.
And here: http://www.skilookout.com/new/