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Big Sky

Big Sky 2018-08-01T18:20:54+00:00

Big Sky

Home to the Biggest Skiing in America, Big Sky spreads over four mountains, with more than 5800 acres of fantastic skiing.  Lone Peak dominates the breathtaking scenery of the resort and the Lone Peak Tram takes you to the top of this mountain where the views of the ski area and the Montana region are incredible.  The terrain accessed from the top of Lone Peak is not for the faint hearted, all are either double black or black runs.  The cruising blues are plentiful and seem endless with hardly a soul to be seen.  New for next season is the ergonomically designed “Ramcharger 8” high speed 8 person heated chairlift, which will be the most technologically advanced lift ever built, and the first of its kind.  You will enjoy the exceptional accommodation located in the mountain village; many are ski-in/ski-out.  There is a good range of dining options from the casual pizza restaurants and a lively grill, to a backcountry moonlight dinner.  With an average snowfall in excess of ten metres, Big Sky makes for a great snow holiday resort.

Gateway City             Bozeman 78km


Why Big Sky

  • Authentic western town with real life cowboys
  • The Warren Miller Performing Arts Centre (WMPAC) offers a Winter season of art exhibitions and performing artists
  • Visit Yellowstone National park by Snowmobile or Snowcoach

Big Sky Mountain Statistics

Summit 3403m
Base 2073m
Vertical 1330m
Acres 5800
Lifts 30
Runs 300
Average Snowfall 1016cm
Beginner 15%
Intermediate 25%
Advanced 60%

Additional Accommodation

Snowcrest, Stillwater, Big Horn, Black Eagle, Powder Ridge, Beaverhead, Alpenglow, SkyCrest, SaddleRidge, Lone Moose, Whitewater Inn, Mountain Homes, Alpine Meadows Chalet, Cowboy Heaven Cabins, Half Hitch Home, White Grass Home, Elk Meadow Home