Big Sky


Montana’s Big Sky Ski Resort is situated between West Yellowstone and Bozeman and offers visitors a year-round vacation experience. Run by Boyne USA Resorts, Big Sky has developed from its humble beginnings in 1973, to a huge ski resort, attracting visitors from all over. Encompassing three impressive mountains, Big Sky Resort offers something for everyone with all that space, you’ll never feel crowded. This year, make Big Sky your vacation destination.

Big Sky Ski Resort boasts some 3,600 acres of ski terrain with 150 runs over the three mountains. The total vertical is 4,350 feet and the terrain is classified as follows: 17% beginner, 25% intermediate, 37% advanced and 21% expert. Big Sky’s longest run measures in at a truly impressive 6 miles. You do not have to wait to climb aboard one of the 17 ski lifts which will transport you up into this magical winter playground. About 400 inches of snow fall on Big Sky Resort’s mountains. Lone Peak is known as the expert mountain and is reached via the Lone Peak Tram. Andesite Mountain is suitable for intermediate skiers but beginners will also find some great slopes here. Also on Andesite is the terrain park and massive half-pipe. Flat Iron Mountain is the most varied and perfect for everyone. Just picture yourself standing and looking out at the marvelous white landscape around you. Hitting the run, your blood is pumping and cool mountain air rushes past your face. This is what skiing is all about. If you want to try your hand at other winter activities check out what else Montana’s Big Sky Ski Resort has to offer, such as snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, sleigh rides, horseback riding or fly fishing.

A day of activity and you are certain to want to relax a bit. Why not visit Solace Spa where you can enjoy a massage or warm up in the hot tub. After releasing all the tension from your muscles, you can enjoy a delicious meal and then make your way to your lodging. Big Sky Resort offers a grand selection of accommodation from hotels to condominiums, from a bed & breakfast to the fun guest ranch, there’s a bed for everyone. Some of the excellent lodgings include The Huntley Lodge, Mountain Inn, Rainbow Ranch, Lone Mountain Ranch, Summit at Big Sky, Shoshone, Alpenglow, Arrowhead, Powder Ridge Cabins and Moonlight Mountain Homes.

When ski season (November to April) ends at Big Sky Resort, a whole new set of exciting activities is opened up to visitors. Summer at Big Sky Ski Resort is wonderful with activities such as golf, tennis, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, scenic lift rides, hiking, disc golf and mountain biking.

Montana’s Big Sky Ski Resort is the ultimate vacation destination, be sure you get there this winter… or summer.