Big Sky Resort Named 2014 Best Resort Terrain

May 06, 2014

Big Sky, Mont. (May 6, 2014) - Big Sky Resort was awarded the 2014 Best Resort Terrain by the visitors to OnTheSnow.com in the Visitor's Choice Awards (VCA). Great terrain, consistent snow and non-existent lift lines are a few of the attributes which continually give Big Sky Resort top rankings.

The Visitor Choice Awards are the most comprehensive reader-generated ski resort awards in the world. Accolades are presented for both overall and regional winners in four categories: Best Overall Resort, Best Resort Terrain, Best Family Resort and Best Park & Pipe.

Big Sky Resort has also been awarded the Smart Choice award from FindTheBest.com, scoring 97 out of 100 in the smart rating score, which only two percent of the 2,268 ski resorts qualified for this year. The score is based on Publisher Ranks and Ratings, Mountain Size, Terrain and Snowfall.

"We are all very excited that so many of our guests love Big Sky and are willing to tell the world about it," says Brandon Bang, Big Sky Resort Director of Sales & Marketing. "It is a great tribute that the experience at Big Sky Resort is the best."

Winning the 2014 Best Resort Terrain and the Smart Choice award are great exposure for the future of the Resort and the Big Sky community. Truly the Biggest Skiing in America®, with terrain spanning 5,800 acres, vertical drop of 4,350 feet, and 295 marked ski runs intertwines all levels of skiing and snowboard, providing something for everyone.

Onthesnow.com is the internet snow reporting website for the Mountain News Corporation. For over 40 years, Mountain News has been producing radio snow reports and is the number one website for snow reporting on the internet. Big Sky Resort also won the 2013 Best Overall Resort and 2009 Best Overall Resort in VCAs.

FindTheBest.com, founded in 2009, is a research site dedicated to helping their 25 million monthly visitors reach the best conclusions in hundreds of topics with experts supplying subject-matter for a better way to research.