WHAT TO KNOW FOR WINTER 2022-23

At Big Sky Resort, we are constantly evolving to provide the best visitor experience. We want to make sure all our guests, community members, teams, and ski enthusiasts everywhere are up-to-date on what to expect.

Big Sky Resort is open for the winter!

Calendar

Winter 2022-23: November 23, 2022 - April 23, 2023

Buy online in advance for the best price & availability
Explore lessons, clinics, and experiences with the Big Sky Mountain Sports School
Book high-performance rental and demo equipment in Big Sky
Get outside and enjoy the magic of winter off of your skis or board

Visitors Guide

Your trip to Big Sky starts here - learn the ins and outs of everything from ski lessons to après, with helpful tips and planning guides.

Before you arrive


Limited Lift Ticket Availability

Family skiing


In order to ensure quality experiences for our guests, lift ticket availability may be limited on certain dates. Book in advance to secure your access to the mountain - and get the best prices. 

Ikon & Mountain Collective Reservations

Snowboarders laughing


Next season, all Ikon and Mountain Collective passholders will need to make a reservation to use their days at Big Sky. Days may fill up, so make your reservations early for the best availability.

Payment Plans

Skiers


Season passes and Locals Programs will be available to pay over time with Affirm. We are happy to work with Affirm to provide a flexible, transparent, and convenient way to pay for our guests. Learn more about payment plans with Affirm.

At the Resort


Lone Peak Tram Access

Lone Peak Tram


Access to the Lone Peak Tram is not included with lift tickets, Ikon and Mountain Collective Passes, and most season passes. For information on how to get Tram access and how it works, see our FAQ.

Parking

Woman stepping off a parking shuttle

Getting on the mountain just got a little easier. Recognizing the need to improve our parking system, Big Sky Resort has added more than 350 new complimentary parking spots across the resort. To further support a streamlined parking experience, the former Gold lot will convert into a new free carpool lot when you travel with three or more people. Aligning with the resort’s sustainability initiative, the ForeverProject, carpooling is an easy way to reduce our travel and commuting impact and frees up parking space on busy days.

Season-long Carpool Challenge

Ride Together, Shred Forever

Ride Together, Shred Forever | Big Sky Resort x Go Gallatin


Big Sky Resort has partnered with GoGallatin to incentivize skiers to help reduce carbon emissions by carpooling and taking public transit to the resort whenever possible. This season, organize a carpool or take the bus to get to the resort and be entered to win one of six $500 gift cards to Big Sky Resort. Join the challenge and start logging your trips on GoGallatin.org. Tell your friends and share a ride!

Cashless Resort

Woman paying for food

Beginning Winter 2022-23, Big Sky Resort will no longer accept cash as a form of payment. Cash may still be used as a form of gratuity, and non-Big Sky Resort-owned vendors may still accept cash. ATMs will still be available at the Resort in the Huntley Lodge and Exchange.

For guests who do not have non-cash forms of payment when they arrive in Big Sky, reverse ATMs that dispense debit cards are available, and Mountain Services will accept cash in exchange for a Big Sky gift card. Learn more here.

Download the App

Girl on a magic carpet


Get the latest info at your fingertips - and a new kind of trail map in your pocket. Check the app for up-to-date lift and trail status, webcams, snow and weather information, and even track your stats as you ski. 


Download the app

Sign up for the Snow report

Skier in powder


Don't snooze on a powder day! Start your morning with overnight snow totals, views of our snow stakes, and commentary from our insightful snow reporters.


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