Lookout Pass Amenities

At Exit Zero on I-90 (The Idaho/Montana Divide)


Lookout Pass Ski Area serves as a visitor center for both Idaho and Montana, and provides official state maps as well as general tourist information. Visitors Center is open 8 am to 4 pm daily in season. 


Our Deli & Grill offers hamburgers & deli sandwiches. We also provide a variety of snacks and beverages. Sack lunches to go are available for those that want to take something to eat or drink while on the trail. Enjoy lunch on the lodge deck. The mountain views with occasional moose, elk and deer sightings are free! Scenic Chairlift Rides are available at Ski Lookout Pass that take you to the mountains summit on Fri., Sat. & Sun. Mid June thru the first weekend in Sept. 10 am. to 3:30 pm PST. 

A variety of domestic beers are available. (You must be 21 years or older to order a beer).


Both men and women's restrooms are available in the main lodge.


Mountain bikes, comfort bikes, helmets, 300-400 lumen lights, tag-alongs, Burley Trailers for young kids, Bicycles built for two, Recumbents and other equipment are available to rent for use on the trail. Please see the Equipment Rental page for specific items and rental prices. This rental shop can also perform equipment adjustments and minor repairs.


This shop offers various souvenir items, post cards, hats, Patches, T-shirts, some protective garments, sun glasses, books of local interest, and personal care products such as chap stick and sun screen.


Overnight parking is permitted for FREE in the Lookout Pass parking area for Self Contained RV vehicles. Please we specify that you park in the bottom lot closest to I-90. Please do not park in the main paved lot as that sees brisk traffic every day.
For those requiring services like a dump sight etc please visit Mullan, Wallace, Osborn all in ID west of the mountain. Or head East to Superior, MT for Full Service & Specialty RV Camping locations. 


Nine of the region's "best kept secrets" in adventure trails take off from or near our base area. Hike or mountain bike to high elevation lakes in the St. Regis or Copper Basins where cutthroat trout are abundant. Climb Stephens Peak, the highest peak in this section of the Bitterroot Mountains or pick huckleberries starting in August thru Early September on the ski area summit. Trail maps are available in the lodge. Do know Lift Served Scenic Chairlift Rides are available on select Fri., Sat. & Sundays at Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area.