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Big Sky Resort, proud home to the Biggest Skiing in America. On average, 400 inches of powder fall on 5,850 skiable acres. More than 2,300 acres are dedicated to beginner and intermediate terrain, which is most exciting for guests learning to ski. Advanced and expert skiers will discover 300 degrees of skiing off of Lone Peak. Carve down 4,350 vertical feet of skiing – the most in the state of Montana and the 2nd-most in the country. Offering an average of 2 acres per skier, Big Sky’s lift lines are small to non-existent. Live Big at Big Sky Resort.

Where to stay:
Big Sky Resort Central Reservations provides a variety of slopeside accommodations to fit every skier budget and need.

Getting there:
Getting to Big Sky has never been easier. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport has non-stop flights from 16 US cities.

Annual snowfall:
400 inches

Vertical feet:

Total acreage:

Ticket price:
$155.00 at the window

Season highlights:
11/22/2018 – Opening Day
12/24/2018- Torchlight Parade
1/19/2019 – Snowbar Wknd 1
1/26/2019 – Snowbar Wknd 2
4/11-4/14/2019 – Big Sky Big Grass 2019

Best weekend to visit:
Spring Weekends from mid-Feb to end of April. Spring Skiing at Big Sky is epic.

Trip itinerary:

Day 1
2PM: Arrive at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Hop on a shuttle to Big Sky Resort. Keep your eyes peeled on the ride for bison, bighorn sheep and bald eagles.
4PM: Check in to the Summit Hotel, at theheart of Big Sky's Mountain Village and just 100 yards from the new Ramcharger 8 chairlift.
5PM: Settle in with some local Montana brews and bites at Montana Jack's.
9PM: It's snowing. Catch some zzz's before tomorrow's powder day!

Day 2
8AM: A powder day beckons. Grab some coffee and a breakfast burrito at Lone Peak Café before heading out to catch first chair on Ramcharger 8, North America's first 8-person chairlift located just outside your door.
10AM: Catch the Lone Peak Tram up to the highest point of Big Sky Resort, 11,166 feet, and cruise down Liberty Bowl for the deepest powder.
12PM: It's been a deep morning. Head down to Peaks Restaurant for a gourmet skier's express lunch buffet, in the Summit Hotel.
1PM: Head back out for a couple more runs.
4PM: Après at Carabiner lounge and sip a specialty cocktail by the fireplace, or head to Hummers for a super casual, "wear-your-ski-boots-to-the-bar" kind of après among Big Sky die-hard skiers and locals.
A hearty Italian dinner at Andiamo willprepare you for the day ahead.

Day 3
It's a bluebird day and you're heading to Everett's First Tracks to watch the sun rise as your ski before anyone else. Your guide will show you the best stashes from yesterday's storm. Cap off an early ski morning with a cozy breakfast at Everett's 8800, at the top of Ramcharger 8.

10AM: Head over to Shedhorn to check out the new high-speed Shedhorn quad. Reward yourself and your legs for with a mid-morning break on the newly-expanded deck at the Shedhorn Yurt. Montana's sunshine will beg you to stay on the deck, but adventure on the slopes will beckon you back to the chairlift.
12PM: Grab a lunch at Headwaters Grill, on the Moonlight side of Big Sky Resort, and fuel up for a hike up the Headwaters and some of the best lines of your trip.
3PM: It's one of those days you wish you could bottle up and stay in forever. However, you've got a flight to catch. Hop on your shuttle and head back to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.