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      • Overnight
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      • 48 Hours
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      • 72 Hours
      • 4 "
      • Last 7 Days
      • 12 "
      • Headwaters Base
      • 8 "
      • Andesite Base
      • Packed Powder
      • Primary Surface Conditions
      • Machine Groomed
      • Secondary Surface Conditions
      • $20
      • Tram Rate - updated daily at 6 AM
Home Mountain Stats
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Mountain Stats

Welcome to Big Sky Resort, where wide-open spaces meet dramatic peaks and create unique, world-class skiing experiences. Northern Rocky Mountain snow falls consistently on 5,850 acres of skiable terrain, ranging from wide-open groomers to dynamic glades and challenging steeps, making for unmatched variety for skiers of any level. 300 degrees and 4,350 vertical feet of skiing off of Lone Peak means you’ll never ski the same line twice. Offering more than an acre per skier on average, Big Sky provides serious elbow room. Navigate the mountain via the most technologically advanced lift network in North America -- from Ramcharger 8's heated seats and weatherproof bubbles to Swift Current 6's unprecedented speed as the fastest chairlift in North America. With four bubble chairlifts in total, warm-up breaks and cross-mountain traverses don't have to interrupt your day. Established in 1973, Big Sky Resort is located in the Northern Rockies of southwest Montana between Bozeman, Montana, and Yellowstone National Park. 

Stats


  • 22% Icon
    22%
    Beginner
  • 25% Icon
    25%
    Intermediate
  • 35% Icon
    35%
    Advanced
  • 18% Icon
    18%
    Expert
  • 11,166' Icon
    11,166'
    Summit of Lone Peak
  • 7,500' Icon
    7,500'
    Mountain Village
  • 6,800' Icon
    6,800'
    Madison Base
  • 300 Icon
    300
    Named runs
  • 41,000 Icon
    41,000
    Skiers per hour lift capacity
  • 6 miles Icon
    6 miles
    Longest run—Liberty Bowl to Mountain Village
  • 6 Icon
    6
    Terrain Parks
  • 400"+ Icon
    400"+
    Average annual snowfall