Big Sky

OVERVIEW

Big Sky, with a very dramatic Matterhorn-shaped peak stopping out at 11,166 feet, is for serious skiers from the summit, but it has premium cruisers near the base. The intermediate groomers are so exhilarating that those who tire out on the expert terrain have plenty to smile about as they play on the lower trails with friends and family. We can help you experience this euphoria by assisting you in booking everything from lodging, transportation, lift tickets, and rentals. We can make this trip as close to hassle free as possible, and it all can be done on one website. Big Sky's terrain is on the south and east sides of Lone Peak, north of Lone Peak is Moonlight Basin. Big Sky's higher altitude and more northerly latitude result in better snow preservation, while Moonlight Basin's northerly exposure results in mostly packed powder conditions.

TRAVEL INFO

Nearest Airports   Ground Transportation Options
 Bozeman (BZN)  48 miles / 77 km  Shuttles, Rental Cars and Private Car Service
 Billings (BIL)  190 miles / 306 km  Rental Cars

Nearest Airports

Bozeman (BZN) -
48 miles / 77 km
Ground Transportation Options
Shuttles, Rental Cars and Private Car Service


Billings (BIL) -
190 miles / 306 km
Ground Transportation Options
Rental Cars

 

MTN STATS

Ski Season Dates: Projected Opening Day: November 26, 2016 - Projected Closing Day: April 17, 2017


Base Elevation: 6,800 feet / 2,073 meters
Summit Elevation: 11,166 feet / 3,402 meters
Vertical Rise: 4,350 feet / 1326 meters


Total Ski Ride Terrain: 5,800 acres / 2347 hectares
Total Lifts – all types: 22
Number of Named Trails: 250
Terrain Parks/Halfpipes: 91 Terrain Park
Longest Trail: 6 miles / 12.9 km Liberty Bowl to Mountain Mall
Beginner Trails: 14%
Intermediate Trails: 26%
Advanced/Expert Trails: 60%
Snowmaking: 10%



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