Private Powder. This is what brings Yellowstone Club to life – and this is what sets it apart. Private Powder is more than just uncrowded runs. It is a culture and a way of doing things that is truly unique. Private Powder is exactly as you define it. You decide.
It’s sharing a toasty mug of hot chocolate with your family before the first run of the day. It’s cheering and competing in the Member Race Series. It’s riding a Snow-Cat to a gourmet dinner, then skiing with your friends and family in, together, creating new friendships with other Club families along the way. More than anything, skiing at Yellowstone Club means sharing each accomplishment, and every victory with those you love. It is something you’ll only find at Yellowstone Club.
Dates of Season:
Thanksgiving – Mid-April*
Trails & Terrain:
•Terrain: 2,220 skiable acres
•60 marked trails with perfect mix of beginner terrain, intermediate runs,
and expert chutes, trees, and gullies.
•Terrain Difficulty: 27% Beginner, 26% Intermediate, 31% Advanced, 16% Expert
•Longest Run: Namaste to the Backtrack
•Terrain Parks: 1 Terrain Park
Snowfall & Temperatures:
•Average Snowfall: 300 inches annually
•Average High Temperature: 25 degrees
•Average Low Temperature: 19 degrees
•Summit Elevation: 9,860 ft/3,005 meters
•Base Elevation: 7,160 ft/2,182 meters
•Vertical Drop: 2,700 ft/823 meters
HOW TO GET THERE:
It’s easy to get here. Actually, the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport,
a scenic, 45-mile drive from Big Sky, has more direct flights than any other
small ski town in the West. All of which means you can leave your busy life
behind and enjoy the largest skiing in the US in a matter of a few hours.
Major airline carriers include: Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, Delta, Frontier,
United, and US Airways.
Airport Shuttle Service:
Shuttle to Big Sky & Taxi: (888) 454-5667. The most comfortable and cost
effective option for families! Service booked around your travel schedule.
Karst Stage Motorcoach Shuttle Service: (800) 287-4759 or (406) 556-3540.
Classic Limo: (406) 585-5466; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although there are plenty of dining and activity options located on the
mountain, transportation is available for off-the-mountain adventures. If you
would like complete control over your schedule, we would suggest renting a car.
Airport Rental Car Options:
Alamo Car Rental (406) 388-6694
Avis Car Rental (406) 388-4091
Budget Car Rental (406) 388-4091
Enterprise Rent-a-Car (406) 388-7420
Dollar Car Rental (406) 388-3484
Hertz Rent-a-Car (406) 388-6939
Thrifty Car Rental (406) 388-3484
National Car Rental (406) 388-6694
(406) 995-6BUS. Free skier shuttle that circulates the Meadow, Mountain,
and Canyon areas every 30 minutes.
Other Transportation Around Big Sky:
Shuttle to Big Sky & Taxi: (888) 454-5667. Perfect for dinner out!
Reservations strongly recommended.