Adaptive Programs

It is the goal of Big Sky to be accessible to all who are interested in skiing or snowboarding. We have collaborated with a local non profit, Eagle Mount to provide a wonderful mountain experience to persons with disabilities. Eagle Mount utilizes a small highly trained staff and over 250 volunteer instructors to provide a unique and individually tailored ski experience. Big Sky offers complimentary lift tickets for the individual student and their guide.

For lesson fees or additional information please contact Eagle Mount by calling 406-586-1781, emailing them at eaglemount@eaglemount.org or visit their website at eaglemount.org. Eagle Mount suggests as much advance notice to guarantee availability of adaptive instructors and equipment. The thrill of being on the hill can be a transforming experience to both the adaptive student and the volunteer instructor.

Big Sky Resort also hosts Eagle Mount's Big Sky Kids. The Big Sky Kids offers camps for kids with cancer. Big Sky Resort hosts the Spring Fling weekend and a day during their summer camp. In 2001, 2002, and 2003 Big Sky hosted the USSA Disabled National Championships.

Adaptive devices help students with special needs learn to snowboard. Big Sky Resort offers handicapped accessible accommodations in the Huntley Lodge, Shoshone Condominium Hotel, and the Summit at Big Sky.

Big Sky Resort supports the ADA and its regulations regarding the use of service animals, manually-powered mobility aids, power-driven mobility devices and adaptive devices with the safety and enjoyment of all guests in mind. For complete accessibility information, please download our most recent ADA Statement.

The Big Sky Resort ADA Statement can be read here.

Questions?

Mountain Village: (406) 995-5743
Email: snowsports@bigskyresort.com

Madison Base Area: (406) 993-6062
Email: madisonmountainsports@bigskyresort.com