Duration/Dates2 - 7 Nights (or more)
Big Sky is known for its breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife, and gracious hospitality. Located midway between Bozeman and West Yellowstone, Big Sky shares the same splendor as Yellowstone National Park. Big Sky offers 5,850 acres of skiable terrain for all levels, with about two acres per skier on the busiest day. This makes for a safer, more liberating mountain experience.
In addition to the extensive recreation opportunities, Big Sky has exceptional lodging, fine dining, and an abundance of fun activities after a day on the slopes. Let Endless Turns plan your Winter Adventure to Big Sky, Montana!
The Mountain Village is Big Sky Resort’s central base village where skiers and snowboarders meet to dine, enjoy apres-ski after a great day on the slopes, shop, and take in all the natural beauty. The village has some wonderful hotels and numerous condo options to suit all budget levels. You can also access the expansive terrain from a handful of chairlifts that surround the village.
Located just a short distance from the heart of the mountain village, the Madison area is a small family-oriented base area at the resort. This additional base area is connected via the Six Shooter Lift and is next to the Moonlight Mercantile and Headwaters Grille.
RESORTS IN THE AREA
Big Sky Resort is called the “Biggest Skiing in America”, where crowds and traffic get left behind. Lone peak offers a wide range of terrain for all ability levels. For the expert level skiers there are an infinite number of steep chutes and faces. For the intermediate skier/snowboarder there are many options, both on the ski runs and off-piste in the bowls and glades.
Big Sky has recently upgraded its lift system and now has high-capacity lifts with heated seats and protective bubbles.
Big Sky offers a range of winter activities to suit your interests and fitness level. Let us know which ones are of interest to you and we will include them in your trip package!
Everett’s 8800 First Tracks
An exclusive guided experience to Andesite Mountain for fresh turns, which also includes a delicious breakfast.
Enjoy the vistas of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks of the Madison Range on your way up, then zoom down through an adrenaline-pumping zip line built for speed.
Best for families, this tour begins with a short hike up Moose Tracks, then you will make your way down through four ziplines, criss crossing the Moose Tracks Gully.
Enjoy snowshoe tours, dog sledding, snowmobile tours, and sleigh rides. For a break from outdoor activities you can try solving The Innocents, an escape room puzzle available on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
- Tram 1
- Double 5
- Triple 9
- High Speed Quads 8
- High Speed Eight Person 1
- High Speed Six Pack 2
- Surface 12
- Base Elevation 6,800 ft/2,073 m
- Peak Elevation 11,166 ft/ 3,403 m
- Vertical Drop 4,350 ft/1,326 m
- Annual Snowfall
- 400 inches (1,016 cms)
- Skiable Acres 5,850
- Beginner 15%
- Intermediate 25%
- Advanced 42%
- Expert 18%
- Designated Runs
- 300 runs on 4 mountains, the longest being 6 miles.
- Off-Piste & Backcountry
- Skiing Snowboarding
- Terrain Park
- Yes, there are 7.
- Big Mountain skiing with Montana charm and cold, dry powder.