Snow Report for Monday, November 30

Last updated at 8:50am MST
0" Since Lifts Closed
0" Last 24 Hours
0" Last 48 Hours
654 Acres Open
Snow Depth:

17" Mid Mountain / 27" Upper Mountain

Surface Conditions:

Packed Powder/ Groomed

Good Morning skiers and riders,

This is Bryan with your Big Sky Resort snow report for Monday, November 30, 2015!

Our string of beautiful sunny days continues today with a forecast calling for mostly sunny skies and a high of 18 degrees! We are expecting a low of 5 degrees tonight.
We are anticipating light winds from the northwest at 10 mph today. The mountain picked up no new snow overnight. The mid-mountain base is 17 inches and the upper mountain base is 27 inches.

C’mon out and enjoy the biggest skiing in America! We’re sure you’ll be stoked you did!

Please ski with caution early season conditions exist, be aware of where you are skiing or riding and what you are doing. We care about your safety and want you to have the best experience ever here at Big Sky Resort. Know the code!

32° Base Area Temperature
20° Mid-Mountain Temperature
32° High
Chance of Precipitation: 50%
Wind: 0 mph

Photo Stream

Lift Status

Our lifts are scheduled to run daily from 9:00am - 4:00pm unless otherwise posted and weather pending. Lift Status last updated at 4:57am MST.

Lift Name Status
Cascade Triple Closed
Little Thunder Double Closed
Challenger Double Open
Derringer Quad Closed
Explorer Double Open
Headwaters Double Closed
Iron Horse Quad Closed
Lone Moose Triple Closed
Lone Peak Tram Closed
Dakota Triple Closed
Lone Peak Triple On Hold
Lone Tree Quad Closed
Pony Express Triple Closed
Ramcharger Quad Open
Shedhorn Double Closed
Six Shooter Six Pack Closed
Southern Comfort Quad Closed
Lewis and Clark Quad Closed
Cabin Triple Closed
Sacajawea Triple Closed
Swift Current Quad Open
Thunder Wolf Quad Closed
White Otter Double Closed

Trail Map and Grooming Report

Click to Open Trail Map

View the Interactive Trail Map to see what lifts and runs are scheduled to be open, which areas are groomed, and much more. Other maps will guide you around the mountain. View the Maps page.

Download the Grooming Map as a PDF.

Weather Stations

Weather Stations are spread across Big Sky Resort's 5,800 acres and are used to measure weather patterns, including wind speed and direction, snowfall, relative humidity, temperature, and more. Click on a pin to learn more or view our Weather Stations page.

Podcast, Phone, and Email Updates

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