Big Sky, Montana
The mountains are beckoning...Yet none more so than those of Montana. Our mountains epitomize the reason you’ve decided to take a mountain vacation. Come here and you’ll find fewer people, more space, more grandeur, and bigger sky. You can hear the call above all the rest. The magnificent beauty of a Big Sky winter is matched only by the magnificence of our skiing. Big Sky Resort is consistently recognized by national magazines for its beauty, challenging and diverse terrain and lack of lift lines.
Dates of Season: November – April
Trails & Terrain:
- Terrain: 4,350 skiable acres
- 300+ named runs with vast amounts of bowl, chutes, glades and tree skiing.
- Terrain Difficulty: 2,300 acres for beginner and intermediate skiers
- 38 Lifts including Ramcharger 8’s heated seats and weatherproof bubbles and Swift Current 6’s unprecedented speeds as the fastest chairlift in North America
- Longest Run: 9 kilometers (Liberty Bowl to Mountain Mall)
- Terrain Parks: 5 Parks & Skier/Boarder Cross Course
Snowfall & Temperatures:
- Average Snowfall: 400 inches annually
- Average High Temperature: 25 degrees
- Average Low Temperature: 19 degrees
- Summit Elevation: 11,166ft/3,403 meters
- Base Elevation: 7,500ft/2,286 meters
- Vertical Drop: 4,350ft/1,326 meters
HOW TO GET THERE:
It’s easy to get here. 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, American Airlines, Avelo, Delta, jetBlue, Southwest, Sun Country, and United.
Ground Transportation Options include Rental Cars, Hotel Shuttles (Bozeman Only), Buses, Limos, and Taxis.