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Yeti Dogs In Big Sky | Photo: D. Lennon

Eat At Yeti Dogs In Big Sky. It’s Awesome.

Yeti Dogs in Big Sky serves up the best gourmet  hot dogs around. Located in the Snowcrest Building in Big Sky’s Mountain Village, Yeti Dogs is one of the best places to grab a bite to eat or enjoy a beer for a little outdoor apres. Whether you’re here in the summer or winter, you’re going to want to experience a Big Sky Yeti Dog. They’re awesome. Stop by any time and you’ll see all sorts of smiling locals and excited guests relaxing at the picnic tables enjoying a Yeti Dog. It’s the place to be. Not only is Yeti Dogs reasonable priced and… READ MORE

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

The Best Ski Runs In Big Sky, Montana

The skiing and snowboarding at Big Sky Resort is some of the best in the world. Whether you’re here for a week, a season, or even a lifetime, Big Sky’s terrain will keep any level of skier or rider grinning ear-to-ear. The lack of crowds, the world class terrain, the great snowpack, and the mountain town of Big Sky is the definition of what every skier and rider wants in a mountain (or a vacation). One of the great things about Big Sky is that there is terrain that appeals to everyone. From the bunny hill novice to the aspiring… READ MORE

The Big Sky Dummy Jump 2017 Will Be A Smashing Good Time!

Are you ready for an afternoon filled with fun and destruction? Mark your calendars for the 14th annual Big Sky Dummy Jump 2017. This fun event will take place on Saturday, February 4, 2017 on the Ambush Headwall – that’s walking distance from the Big Sky Mountain Village. Everyone’s welcome to attending. It’s bound to be a smashing good time. The Dummy Jump is an annual event that takes place at Big Sky. Anyone can build a dummy and enter it into the competition. The goal is launch your dummy down the slope, have it ski in a straight line,… READ MORE

Lone Mountain | Photo: Glennis Indreland

Big Sky’s Best Mogul Runs

Planning to attack Big Sky’s best mogul runs this winter? That’s a great plan if you want to improve your technique, get in shape, and have fun. A wise skier once said, “If you want to become a better skier, go and ski moguls all day, every day, all season long.” That’s a tall order because mogul skiing can be quite challenging. Moguls are bumps that are formed as skiers and riders push snow around while descending a slope. These small piles of snow quickly accumulate and grow into a field of moguls. The more skiers and riders that hit… READ MORE

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

11 Simple Ways To Stay Safe While Skiing This Winter

Skiing and snowboarding are inherently risky sports. Big Sky Resort makes this abundantly clear because it’s posted on big signs all over the mountain, printed on the trail maps, and written in fine print on the tickets and waivers that we all sign. The fact that skiing and snowboarding are risky shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Rocks, trees, cliffs, weather, snowcats, ice, chairlifts, avalanches, other people, and unmarked hazards really do exist. If you want to stay safe, be smart while you’re on the slopes. The follow tips and tricks can help you stay safe while skiing this winter: Follow The Skier… READ MORE

Is The Big Sky SNOBAR 2017 The Biggest Party Of The Winter?

What do you get when you combine the following things? Ice luges. Glow Sticks. Lasers. Light Shows. Specialty drinks. Light ceilings. Puffy jacket wearing bartenders. Killer live music. Lone Mountain. And a fully enclosed dance floor and bar made entirely out of snow and ice? If you guessed the Big Sky SNOBAR 2017, you’re right! Big Sky SNOBAR 2017 is possibly the biggest party of the entire winter season in Big Sky. This event happens on two consecutive Saturdays in January. Mark your calendars for January 14 and January 21 and be sure to come to one or to both… READ MORE

Big Sky Resort | Photo: D. Lennon

Big Sky Rippers: Big Sky’s Flagship Big Mountain Education Program For Kids

Do Your Kid’s Rip Up the Mountain? Sign Them Up For The Big Sky Rippers Program The Big Sky Rippers program is Big Sky Resort’s flagship big mountain program for kids. This local youth program caters to skiers and riders aged 10 and up who want to learn how to safely ski and ride Big Sky’s black and double black diamond terrain, while learning about avalanche safety and developing the skills and techniques to safely navigate and enjoy big mountain terrain. There are two six-week sessions of Rippers every season. Kids are placed into small groups based on age and skill. Each… READ MORE

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Are These Events At Big Sky Resort On Your Radar?

Woohoo! It’s time to go skiing! Big Sky Resort’s winter season officially kicked off on Thanksgiving Day 2016. Since then the lifts have been spinning all day, everyday. It’s finally time to slide on snow and make some turns. If you’re a Big Sky local, you’ve probably already made your first turns of the season. If you’re eagerly following along from faraway on social media, it’s as good as it looks and that means that today is the perfect time to plan your ski vacation to Big Sky, Montana. One thing that should be on everybody’s radar is the following selection of… READ MORE

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What’s New At Big Sky Resort For 2016/2017?

The snow is falling and ski season is here in Big Sky, Montana. This is the moment we’ve all been eagerly waiting for for many months. We can finally go skiing at Big Sky Resort for the 2016/2017 winter season! How To Plan A Ski Trip To Big Sky, Montana Since the lifts stopped spinning for skiers and riders last April, Big Sky Resort has been super busy making Big Sky even bigger and better than ever. Now that winter is here, it’s time to take a look at what’s new at Big Sky Resort for 2016/2017. Two Brand New Chairlifts At… READ MORE

Big Sky Resort | Photo: D. Lennon

Big Sky Is Home To The Biggest Skiing In America

Did you know that Big Sky, Montana is home to the Biggest Skiing In America? It’s true. Big Sky offers a truly unique ski experience and it’s earned it’s big reputation for good reasons. Where else can you ski entire runs without seeing another person, access a vast network of chairlifts without a single line, play in 5800 acres of pristine ski terrain, top out on the summit of the iconic Lone Mountain, and ski nearly 4350 vertical feet? Big Sky is big in every aspect. Now there are other resorts that boast more terrain, bigger vertical drops, and longer lift lines.… READ MORE