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Big Sky

Big Sky offers one of the biggest lift-served vertical drops in the USA and features over 3,800 acres of steeps, chutes, long cruisers and bowls, all under an annual snowfall of over 30 feet.

A Travelplan consultant can assist you package your accommodation with flights, lifts & transfers for even greater savings on your holiday to Big Sky, Montana.

At 11,166 feet, it’s easy to see Lone Peak’s appeal to every age and level of skier and boarder. Runs up to six miles long and glades and bowls covered in 400-plus inches of annual snowfall make a day on the slopes something  different for everyone.

Big Sky features 3,812 acres of steeps, chutes, long cruisers and bowls and it's all buried under more than 33 feet of annual snowfall.

  • Challenging "lift accessible" terrain
  • 27 lifts
  • 5,512 skiable acres
  • 400-plus inches of snow
  • Lift lines are non-existent
  • 3 mountains with lots of elbow room

When you are done skiing Lone Mountain, relax in the cozy and friendly mountain village.

Other outdoor activities at Big Sky include sleigh ride dinners and ice skating. Don't miss a day trip to Yellowstone National Park, only 18 miles from Big Sky. Explore the park on a snowmobile to see buffalo herds, elk, bald eagles and the famous geysers.

Mountain Statistics

SeasonNovember to April
Snowfall Average10m
Summit Elevation3,403m
Base Elevation2,072m
Vertical Rise1,325m
Terrain3,812 acres
Longest Run9.6km
Trails150
Lifts21
Lift Capacity23,000 riders/hour
Beginner14%
Intermediate26%
Advanced40%
Expert20%
Locals TipWarm up your ski legs before hitting our double blacks

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Summit Hotel, Big Sky

Elegant slopeside, ski in/ski out accommodation located at the southern anchor of Mountain Village Plaza.

Village Center, Big Sky

Center Village
The Village Center’s accommodation is the ultimate in ski in/ski-out featuring fine finishes, designer décor and signature Boyne Beds, private balcony with views and an intimate lobby.

Shoshone Hotel, Big Sky

The slopeside Shoshone is conveniently located at the base of the slopes, just steps away from the lifts and other Mountain Village amenities.

Go for skiing not nightlife

Written by David a Skier from Victoria, Australia
24/2/2011

Big sky is second to none on terrain quality, snow and scenery. 

It has back bowls, chutes, steep and deep plus plenty of groomers.  

Negatives include lots of hidden rocks up the top regardless of the snow conditions and very limited night life.  

However if you just want to ski and do not like crowds give it a try.  

Ratings

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1
Terrain
5
Ski School
4
Kids Facilities
3
Value For Money
4
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At a Glance

Closest Regional Airport

Bozeman

Closest International Airport

Denver

Transfer from Bozeman

hour

Transfer from Denver

1 hours - Flight

Peak Snow Season

December to February

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Season Dates

Opening Day
23 November, 2017

Closing Day
22 April, 2018

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