Explore world-class skiing just an hour away from MSU!

Getting Here

Big Sky is about a 1-hour drive from Bozeman along the scenic Highway 191. There's plenty of free parking in the Lone Peak lot when you arrive! Big Sky encourages carpooling with friends to cut emissions from your drive (and it's more fun to ski with friends).

The Skyline Bus service from Bozeman to Big Sky runs frequently year-round and is a great option to get directly from MSU to the mountain. Check Skyline's website for bus schedules and ticket information.

Season Passes

Get mountain access all year long with a season pass! Big Sky offers a wide range of options, from the all-access Gold Pass to the easy Flex 5 +. You'll be able to find the pass that fits your needs and budget.

Insider tip: season pass prices are always lowest the earlier you buy. 

Lessons & Guides

Whether you're learning to ski or learning all the best secret stashes on the mountain, we've got a team to show you the ropes.

Guides are a great way to learn the ins & outs of Lone Peak. With over 5,850 acres of skiable terrain, it's important to know where to go to make the most of your day! Our specialized mountain Guides will show you and your group the best spots on the mountain, whether you're looking for mellow glades or the guidance and gear to the expert terrain off the Lone Peak Tram.

New to skiing and riding, or want to brush up on your skills? Choose from specialized private lessons like a Freestyle Private to our Learn to Ski/Ride lessons for a group lesson that sets you up with the skills for a lifetime of snow sports.

Five Classic Lines of Big Sky

Ask around the tram line, roam in the village, or inquire in the patrol shack, and no one will agree on the top 5 best lines at Big Sky. There are just too many classics to choose from.


Winter or summer, Big Sky is hiring