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Big Sky Resort | Photo: D. Lennon

Start The Countdown To Winter In Big Sky, Montana!

Are you ready for winter? We’ve been excited for winter since Big Sky’s closing day in April 2017. Now that it’s officially Fall in Big Sky Country, we can start the countdown to winter in Big Sky, Montana. Woohoo! Now if you’re a true summer fanatic, it’s easy to be a bit reluctant to embrace the countdown to winter in Big Sky. Summer’s great and no one’s denying that, but winter in Big Sky is something special. Maybe you need a reminder of how fun and exciting winter in Big Sky really is? Check out this highlight reel of the 2016/2017… READ MORE

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Find The Best Brew For You At The Big Sky Brewfest 2017

Beer always seems to brings people together – especially in Big Sky, Montana. Whether you just skied the Big Couloir, ripped the Mountain to Meadow trail, rafted the Mad Mile on the Gallatin, summited Beehive Peak, climbed the Gallatin Tower, or hiked to the top of Storm Castle, you deserve to enjoy a well-earned beer after a fun filled day in Big Sky’s backyard. After any adventures in the mountains of SW Montana, there’s something nice about a refreshing and delicious beer. For beer lovers, the craft beer revolution means that there are more high quality IPAs, pale ales, scotch… READ MORE

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9 Reasons To Climb Lone Mountain This Summer

When people think about Big Sky, Montana they immediately picture the iconic Lone Mountain. At 11,166′, Lone Mountain is one of the highest peaks in the Madison Range and it’s easily the most recognizable summit in Big Sky. Since you can see Lone Mountain from all over the region, it draws outdoor enthusiasts from near and far who want to climb it. Lone Mountain is more than just a stunning pile of rocks. It’s also home to Big Sky Resort. During the winter season, the Lone Peak Tram whisks skiers and riders to the summit for snowy descents. In the summer, one of… READ MORE

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5 Reasons Why You Need To Book A Guide At Big Sky Resort

When you roll into Big Sky, the first thing that’s going to blow your mind is Lone Mountain. Standing proud at 11,166′ in the middle of the Madison Range, it’s hard to imagine that a 15-passenger tram will whisk you and your skis to the summit. The rocky faces and massive terrain is unlike any terrain you’ll find at any other resort in North America. This place is called the Biggest Skiing In America for a reason. In case you didn’t realize it, Big Sky is big. The inbounds terrain includes 5800 acres with over 300 named runs on 4 connected mountains.… READ MORE

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Are You Ready To Explore Big Sky’s Big Mountain Terrain?

=When you pull into Big Sky, Montana, one of the first things you see is Lone Mountain. Big Sky’s signature summit dominates the skyline as you cruise up Montana highway 64 toward Big Sky Resort. This towering peak sits at 11,166′ and offers some of the best inbounds big mountain terrain in North America. The Lone Peak Tram whisks 15 passengers at a time to the top of Lone Mountain where they can click into their skis or snowboard and instantly access world class big mountain terrain. Every run from the top is the real deal. There is no easy way down… READ MORE

Lone Mountain at Big Sky Resort | Photo by D. Lennon

12 Ski Runs At Big Sky Resort You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

One of the great things about skiing at the same resort all of the time is that you really get to know the mountain. Not only do you dial in your daily routine, but you also learn the terrain like the back of your hand. At Big Sky it’s almost impossible to cover all 5800 acres in a week, a season, or even a lifetime. How well do you really know the ski runs at Big Sky Resort? Big Sky Is Home To The Biggest Skiing In America With 300 named runs on 4 connected mountains, Big Sky really is… READ MORE


Bring Your Dog To The Big Sky Snowshoe Shuffle 2017

Clear your calendars because on Saturday, March 4, 2017 Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter and Big Sky Resort are hosting the 13th annual Big Sky Snowshoe Shuffle 2017. This family-friendly, dog focused event will take place at Big Sky Resort’s Madison Base Area at 6pm. Will you be there? The Big Sky Snowshoe Shuffle 2017 is a chance for you to get outdoors with the Big Sky community and their furry friends for an off leash adventure while raising money for Heart of the Valley, the community animal shelter. This social event explores one of the more scenic areas of Big Sky… READ MORE

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Test Your Mountain Skills At Shedhorn Ski Mo 2017 At Big Sky Resort

Lone Mountain is known for technical skiing and big mountain terrain. People from around the world flock to Big Sky to test their skiing and riding ability on the steep slopes accessed by the Lone Peak Tram, but if you really want to test your skills, you need to sign up to race in the 3rd annual Shedhorn Ski Mo 2017. The Shedhorn Ski Mo 2017 will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 8am to 2pm at Big Sky Resort. This technical ski mountaineering race is organized by the COSMIC Ski Mountaineering Series and attracts some of the… READ MORE

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How Many Of The Big Sky Terrain Parks Have You Explored?

Do love hitting jumps, riding rails, sliding boxes, and jibbing features? If so, you don’t want to miss all of  the awesome Big Sky Terrain Parks that are scattered around Big Sky Resort. From beginner to expert, there’s a terrain park for everyone at Big Sky Resort. Whether you love sliding low boxes or hitting giant kickers, you’ll find plenty of sweet spots to perfect your terrain park skills. Big Sky employs a world class terrain park crew that’s constantly pushing the limits of what’s possible in the park. According to, in 2016-2017 there are 40 brand new features and over… READ MORE

6 Tips To Teach Your Kids To Ski

If you love skiing, you’re going to want to teach your kids to ski. Before you do, take the time to make a plan and do things right. In this post, we outline some general guidelines to help you ensure that your kids will love skiing forever. Are you ready to teach your kids to ski? Here are a few things to think about: Pick The Right Age – Never push a kid into skiing before they are ready. Some kids are ready at 18 months, others at 5 years old. The key is to make sure that your child is excited and… READ MORE