Big Sky Resort is called the Biggest Skiing in America with a magnitude of terrain for every level, and a significant degree of unfathomable steeps, accessed 300 degrees off of the Lone Peak Tram. With the most consistent snowfall in the Northern Rockies, you are guaranteed to find powder stashes throughout Big Sky.
With 5,860 acres and 4,350 vertical feet of skiable terrain, there are twice as many acres than skiers on the busiest day, which means a safer, more liberating mountain experience. Compare your experience at Big Sky to others around the nation, and it's easy to see why Big Sky Resort is the Biggest Skiing in America.
Town Center is just a 7 mile drive from the resort and boasts a variety of shops, restaurants, breweries and bars. With an ice rink situated in the center of town and an extensive Nordic ski trail system surrounding the meadow, it offers wonderful alternatives to the slopes as well.
While Big Sky is mostly known for the incredible skiing, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy during your stay. From dog-sledding to snowmobiling in Yellowstone National Park, to sleigh-ride yurt dinners, the adventures and good times are endless.