Spanning more than 5,800 acres, Big Sky boasts the largest skiable terrain in Montana, with some of the most challenging slopes, chutes, and quad-burning runs you’ll ever experience. There’s plenty to do on and off the mountain at Big Sky and loads of accommodation to suit your style and your budget – from hotels and lodges to houses and condos. When staying in Big Sky Central lodgings, kids 10 and under ski free, and kids 4 and under can enjoy supervised activities at the afternoon Kids Club.
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AccommodationBig Sky Resort offers the finest range of slope-side accommodations in Big Sky, MT. From hotels to condos to Montana-style cabins to luxury homes, Big Sky Resort has the ideal option for your preferences and budget.
Skiing & BoardingThe massive Big Sky skiing area encompasses the neighbouring resorts Moonlight Basin and some terrain on Spirit Mountain (from Spanish Peaks). With over 5,800 skiable acres serviced by 23 chairlifts, 10 surface lifts and 4,350 vertical feet of skiing, Big Sky offers some of the best expert skiing in North America. On average, 10 metres of powder snow falls each season, with February being the most reliable time for snow quality and March bringing large powder dumps complemented by blue sky days. At Lone Peak there’s barely a day when the snow conditions aren’t excellent for advanced skiers. Ski straight from the top or take a short hike to access nail-biting black runs. Beginners and intermediates will love the amazing variety at Big Sky, from fast steep groomers and long and wide thigh burners, to gladed runs, terrain parks, gentle beginner slopes and moguls. Getting from one side of this massive resort to the other takes a while, so plan your days carefully, especially if you’re planning to meet up with friends or collect your kids from ski school.
With the IKON pass Big Sky gives lets you explore more resorts across North America and Canada than ever before.
ActivitiesThere’s masses for all the family to do at Big Sky, whether you’re up the mountain, in the village or beyond.
Looking for a thrill? Head for the zip-lines, bungee trampolines, the climbing wall and the giant swing. If adventure is more your thing, try ice climbing.
For some amazing scenery, venture into Yellowstone National Park, or enjoy a guided scenic excursion on a snowmobile or snow coach. As you’d expect, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing and tubing are also available.
Getting There & Around
Big Sky is situated in southwest Montana on the boarder of Yellowstone National Park. The closest airport, serviced with daily flights form most major cities, is Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. It’s about an hour’s drive from the resort and to get there from the airport, you can catch a shuttle. That said, and although the village is pedestrian friendly, a rental car is your best option for getting around the resort.
A shuttle service circulates the Meadow, Mountain and Canyon areas approximately every 30 minutes.
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An elegant property with ski-in/ski-out access, 50m from 2 express quads. Accommodation ranges from hotel style to 4 bedroom penthouse apartments. Features include internet, entertainment centre and daily maid service. Onsite fitness centre, indoor/outdoor soaking pool, steam room, restaurant, bar, gift shop, on-mountain ski storage.
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