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ANNUAL SNOWFALL:
400 Inches
VERTICAL DROP:
4,350 Feet
SKIABLE ACRES:
3,812
LOCAL BARS:
Whiskey Jack’s, Carabiner Lounge, Chet’s
NUMBER OF LIFTS:
22
NUMBER OF TRAILS:
150+
NUMBER OF PARKS/PIPES:
3 Parks / 1 Pipe
LOCAL RESTAURANTS:
Whiskey Jack’s, Chet’s, Andiamo, Peaks
BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS:
Open Gate Policy
TICKET PRICE:
$81
NEAREST AIRPORT:
Bozeman, MT
HOTELS/LODGING:
Huntley Lodge, Summit Hotel, Village Center, Shoshone Condos

RESORT DESCRIPTION:
This is Big Sky Resort, where 400 inches of annual powder fall on 3,812 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet. It’s the Biggest Skiing in America, but it’s not just the stats that are huge here: vast diversity of terrain, massive wildlife, and a large helping of Montana hospitality make for epic experiences and big smiles. Go big off the slopes too when you look into the eyes of an enormous roaming bison in nearby Yellowstone National Park or sip a huckleberry martini après ski in the Mountain Village. Unwind after a powder-filled day in your luxurious slope-side accommodations, and get ready to live big again tomorrow.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:

• 1/15: Snow Bar
• 2/12: Dummy Jump
• 4/23: Pond Skim

TERRAIN BREAKDOWN:

3,812 uncrowded acres span three mountains, with runs ranging from steep chutes and 2,000-foot powder-filled bowls to wide-open groomers. 60% of Big Sky’s terrain is advanced/expert, while 40% is great for intermediate and beginner skiers, so you can ski everything from the tame to the insane, plus three distinct terrain parks for varying ski levels.

POWDER PERSPECTIVE:

Big Sky Resort is Montana’s premier winter destination, without any of the crowds you might expect from a world-class ski hill. There are wide-open groomers, a massive terrain park, and a base village with great bars and restaurants. Plus, get a powder day off the top of 11,166-foot Lone Peak, and you might as well be heli skiing.


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