The Big Sky Resort winter 2021-22 season is only weeks away and it’s time to start planning your Big Sky vacation for perfect Bluebird days, fresh powder stashes and days of shredding the Big Sky slopes with friends, family and fellow powder hounds.
Big Sky boasts the Biggest Skiing in America with 5,850 acres of diverse terrain for every level, a vertical drop of 4,350 feet (one of the longest vertical drops in the US), 300 runs, 7 terrain parks with over 100 features, luxurious heated lifts to keep you warm and an average annual snowfall of 400+ inches. Big Sky is one of the best uncrowded resorts in the US, thanks to the expansive terrain, averaging two acres per skier on even the busiest days.
One of the most common questions our guests ask is "when is the best time to ski in Big Sky?"
While it always a good time of year to cruise the slopes of Big Sky, here are a few tips on how the skiing is each month to help you plan your winter vacation in Big Sky for the 2021-22 season..
Average High/Low in °F: 38/15
Average High/Low in °F: 28/6
Average High/Low in °F: 31/8
Average High/Low in °F: 35/8
Average High/Low in °F: 42/16
Average High/Low in °F: 50/22
Late season skiing is a completely different experience and Big Sky doesn’t disappoint. The afternoons may be slushier, but the slopes are sunny, outdoor patios come alive with music and thirst-quenching après ski and Big Sky celebrates the last day of the 2021-22 ski season (April 24th) with fun festivities. Visiting Big Sky in April has an added bonus of combining your ski trip with a unique experience exploring the natural wonders of Yellowstone National Park.