Big Sky Resort lowers Season Pass prices for the Biggest Skiing in America
Big Sky, Mont. (March 10, 2014) - The lowest price ever offered for Biggest Skiing in America® season pass was released by Big Sky Resort for their 2014/2015 early season pass sale. The Resort consists of 5,800 acres, 4,350 vertical drop, the Lone Peak Tram and 28 chair and surface lifts. Also announced for next season is the Moonlight Pass with access only to Big Sky Resort's Moonlight area. Early season pass prices expire April 30, 2014.
Now, truly being the Biggest Skiing in America®, the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Sky Card season passes will cover all the terrain offered at Big Sky Resort, whereas in years past, season pass holders had to choose between three different season passes (Big Sky only, Moonlight only, or the Biggest Skiing in America® season passes).
The adult Gold Pass has dropped in price for next season, saving Gold pass holders over 6% compared to the previous season's Biggest Skiing in America pass. The Moonlight Pass is an option for the season pass holder looking for a more affordable choice with a good mix of terrain difficulty. The Moonlight Pass will access six chair lifts and one surface lift in the Moonlight area.
The Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Moonlight Passes provide discounts at Big Sky Resort retail stores, Saturday group ski or snowboard lessons, lodging, and Bring-A-Buddy lift tickets. Big Sky Resort will continue their Sky Card program which provides free weeks of skiing with discounted lift ticket rates throughout the season.
Big Sky Resort boosted their premium ski experience with over 1,900 more acres, increased 145 more marked runs, and added 7 chair lifts after obtaining Moonlight Basin Resort and the terrain at Spanish Peak prior to the 2013/2014 winter season. The consistent snowfall this season will bring a third year of record numbers for Big Sky Resort.
To purchase a Season Pass, please click here or call (406) 995-5749.