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A Chance to Break Away | Big Sky Resort Embrace the spirit of adventure and find your new Montana tradition at Big Sky Resort.

Welcome to Big Sky Resort

Surrounded by the beauty of the Greater Yellowstone Region, wide-open spaces meet dramatic peaks and create transformative mountain experiences. Northern Rocky Mountain snow falls consistently on 5,850 acres of skiable terrain, ranging from groomers ready for your widest turns to bucket list descents that challenge even the best athletes. Whether you're looking to push the limits on rugged mountain adventures or escape from the bustle of high-paced life, you'll find reward in an escape to Big Sky no matter the season.

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

Located a scenic hour-long drive through the Gallatin National Forest south of Bozeman, Big Sky has never been easier to access. With over 30 nonstop flights, Big Sky is the best-served mountain destination in the country. Extend your trip and explore all that the area has to offer, including Yellowstone National Park.

Getting here

Skier with Lone Peak in the background

The Biggest Skiing in America awaits you.

300 degrees of skiing off of Lone Peak, surrounded by three other mountains, spans 5,850 acres of terrain to explore. If you're just starting out on the snow, 2,300 of those acres are beginner and intermediate terrain that's perfect for learning and improving your technique. For the experts, Big Sky provides lift-served access to some of the most aggressive in-bounds terrain in the world. 

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.

Explore the growing hub of adventurism in Big Sky's Mountain Village. With slopeside lodging like the newly remodeled Huntley Lodge and Summit Hotel, shopping, and dining, Mountain Village is the heart of it all.


Winter 2023-24: November 23, 2023 - April 28, 2024

Big Sky by the Numbers

Run Breakdown

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Elevation & Capacity

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    Lone Peak Summit
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    Mountain Village Base Area
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    Madison Base Area
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    Hourly uphill capacity
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Cold Smoke Snow

On average over 400 inches of snow falls on Big Sky Resort annually. Upper Rocky Mountain snow is cold, dry, fluffy, and stays good for days. Big Sky is known for getting consistent snowfall throughout the winter, and it only takes a couple of inches to give the mountain a refresh.

30-year snowfall averages, excluding October

Family mountain biking under Ramcharger 8

Find your summer escape in Big Sky.

Big Sky is your summer basecamp to the wonders of Yellowstone National Park and beyond. Home to wide-open spaces, blue-ribbon trout rivers, endless miles of trails, and fascinating mountain vistas, Big Sky welcomes you.

Whether you're looking to push the limits on rugged mountain adventures or escape from the bustle of high-paced life, you'll find solace in Big Sky. With Lone Peak as your backdrop, explore our summer adventure hub with lift-serviced mountain biking trails, unmatched hiking, world-class golf, and so much more.

A retreat to natural spaces and mountain adventures awaits in Big Sky.

Explore Summer