Returning to Big Sky Resort
When you arrive in Big Sky this winter, you'll notice that we've made a few changes around the resort with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the state and local health recommendations. Our goal is to do our best in ensuring the safety of our guests, staff, and the Big Sky community.
At Big Sky Resort, we're committed to staying on top of the latest information and best practices. We highly recommend checking our website before your visit. We look forward to welcoming you to Big Sky.
Changes in our operations have been focused on these initiatives:
Things to Know
Specific things to note before your visit:
Guests ages 5+ must wear a face covering. This requirement applies at all times in indoor public areas, and all outdoor areas where a minimum 6-foot distance from others cannot be maintained.
To accommodate private groups and social distancing, some elements of the resort are running at reduced capacity. We strongly suggest that you book your lift tickets, activities, lessons, and dining early to reserve your spot.
In order to adapt to contactless environments, we're utilizing technology such as QR codes to help you get everything from viewing restaurant menus to printing lift tickets using your personal device. To use a QR code, simply open up your camera on your phone and use it to scan the QR code. It should provide you with a direct link. If you ever need help, don't hesitate to ask any of our staff for assistance.
Our policies and practices have been instituted to keep our guests, our staff, and our community safe. Please note that our health and safety policies may be revised at any time, they will be updated on our website accordingly. We appreciate your cooperation as we all adjust to the new normal.
Big Sky Resort amenities, experiences, and other offerings may be modified or operate with limited capacity, and are subject to closure based on guidance from health experts and government officials. Our team is striving to provide the safest experience possible and ensure your time at Big Sky remains exceptional.
When visiting public spaces, including Big Sky Resort, there is an inherent risk of being exposed to COVID-19. By visiting Big Sky Resort, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.