What does it feel like to fly?
What is the sound of pure joy?
How does it taste when you drink it all in?
Come to your senses

Life’s most memorable moments happen when our senses are fully engaged – when we are immersed in nature, truly present, and our busy minds are quieted.

At Big Sky Resort, these feelings are what guide us—from the sharp cold of your first breath in the mountain air to the sounds of exhilaration and the taste of hot chocolate. Explore what it means to come to your senses.

Come to Your Senses | Big Sky Resort Life’s most memorable moments happen when our senses are fully engaged – when we are immersed in nature, truly present, and our busy minds are quieted. Come to your senses this winter at Big Sky Resort.

Welcome to Big Sky Resort

Surrounded by the beauty of the Greater Yellowstone Region, wide-open spaces meet dramatic peaks in Big Sky, Montana. A place to embrace infinite possibilities, the feeling of fresh-fallen snow, and the inspiration we take from everything in between. Whether you find new strength in executing the perfect turn on a bluebird day or find renewal in the joy of spending time with loved ones, this is the experience you’ll have here at Big Sky Resort—leaving you with a new perspective and lifelong memories.

Illustrated map showing Big Sky's location in relation to other towns and landmarks

Located an hour-long scenic drive through the Gallatin National Forest from Bozeman, Big Sky has never been easier to access. Connected to major hubs by over 30 direct flights, Big Sky is the best-served mountain destination in the country.

Getting here

Big Sky Resort 50th Anniversary
50 years of memories on Lone Mountain. We'd call that a pretty good start. We're looking back on our legacy of innovation and looking forward to what's to come (have you seen the new tram?). This is a season you won't want to miss.
Skier in powder

Endless experiences await you.

Each moment, big or small, has the potential to be transformative. These moments are what define us, our experiences, and our memories. Big Sky’s sweeping 5,850 acres of terrain are filled with nooks and crannies that make every run unique. Lone Mountain is our point of connection, whether you're skiing the fall line of the Big Couloir or taking in the view as you ride up Swift Current for the first time. We're biased, sure, but there's something special about this place, and we think you'll feel it, too.

Big Sky welcomes all, with half our terrain catering to beginner and intermediate levels and the other half offering advanced terrain that can challenge even the best athletes.

Girls in ski gear looking up

Explore the mountain via the most technologically advanced lift network in North America—from Ramcharger 8 and Swift Current 6's unprecedented speed and comfort with heated seats and weatherproof bubbles to our crown jewel, the brand new, state-of-the-art Lone Peak Tram, a marvel to ride, whether you ski from the top or come for the views.

Over 400 inches of snow on average falls on Big Sky Resort annually, with consistent storms delivering refreshes throughout the winter. Upper Rocky Mountain snow is cold, dry, and fluffy, providing the goods for days.

Terrain Variety

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    Skiable Acres
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    Vertical Feet
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    Named Runs
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50% Beginner-Intermediate 50% Advanced
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21% 14% 15% 31% 11% 8%

We're more than terrain

Slopeside lodging that puts you right where you want to be – only steps from the lifts and miles away from your routine. Fine dining that’s more than merely delicious – it’s a whole new way to experience Montana. Take in the sounds of après every day in the Mountain Village. Feel the warmth of a wood-burning fire and savor the taste of a freshly toasted s’more.

Tap into your senses, make memories, and leave transformed.

Plan Your Visit


Winter 2023-24: Wednesday, November 22, 2023 - Sunday, April 28, 2024