The powder at Big Sky Resort remains fresh, untracked and deep. It might be because Lone Mountain has received snow 7 days straight and 25 of the last 28 days. The only thing that could make these conditions better is more snow, which is in the forecast for today, tomorrow and throughout the week. The 7-day storm total is at 20 inches, and the 7-day storm total has not been below 12 inches since January 30. Get out there and ride.
This is Big Sky Resort, where 400 inches of annual powder fall on 3,832 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet. It’s the Biggest Skiing in America, but it’s not just the stats that are giant: the vast diversity of terrain, massive amounts of wildlife, and a huge helping of Montana hospitality make for epic experiences and big smiles. The only things that aren’t big are the lift lines, ensuring you get all the vertical your legs can handle.
Big Sky Resort is just 18 miles from Yellowstone National Park, making Big Sky Resort your Basecamp to Yellowstone. In summer, Big Sky Resort offers many other activities, including ziplines through the mountains, a tram expedition to the 11,166-foot summit of Lone Peak, or excursions into the heart of geyser and grizzly country – you may even spot some wildlife.
For groups, the Yellowstone Conference Center is one call away to plan a conference or meeting. With 55,000sq ft. of state of the art meeting space that can host up to 750 guests and over 2,000 in our lodging accommodations, we strive to meet every need and work to exceed every expectation. From seamless logistical assistance to flawless gatherings to delicious meals, we do it all with a friendly Montana attitude your group will love.
Big Sky Resort, Montana. Live Big.