Lolo Hot Springs sits at an elevation of 4.160 feet and we have trails that climb up to 8,000 feet.
The snowmobile season runs from mid-December through April and the area gets hard packed snow through most of this season. Snowmobile conditions are excellent and perfect for exploring the area. Contact us today to reserve your spot during this season.
Lolo Hot Springs was a spot well-known by the local Indians, before the arrival of Lewis and Clark in the fall of 1805. It was a popular spot for wild game, meetings, and bathing. At our resort, you can enjoy the same waters that the Indians and explorers experienced over 186 years ago.
Explore 500 miles of connection trails
Lolo Hot Springs has 500 miles of groomed connection trails that you can explore during snowmobile season. The trails straddle 2 national forests on the border of Montana and Idaho. You can choose the trail you want to explore, including: East Fork, Lost Park, Elk Meadows, Cooper Creek, and Wagon Mountain.
The trails lead deep into the heart of the Bitterroot Range and you can enjoy several play areas and meadows during your exploration.
Experience the landmark hot springs during your stay
In 1885, the hot mineralized springs on the land were a well-known landmark and destination spot for early explorers and trappers. On August 16, 1888, the Missoulian newspaper printed the following about the springs: "These springs are known throughout the Northwest for their health giving qualities...in a beautiful country, plenty game and fishing. Back in the day; board, room and bath was eleven dollars per week. Fare by coach to and from the springs was five dollars."
Old Lolo Hot Springs photo