Big Sky Resort: Ski, Golf, and Zipline Across the Northern Rockies
For the biggest skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in America, Big Sky Resort offers endless terrain under an expansive big sky in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Combining four mountains connected by chairlifts, Big Sky spans 85 miles over 5,800 acres for pure mountain fun. With runs and trails for every ski level, get to the top on the Lone Peak Tram that towers 11,166 feet in elevation. As the second largest ski resort in the US, Big Sky Resort is also open during the summer season offering, hiking, biking, golf, and zipline tours across Lone Mountain. In addition to recreation, Big Sky Resort hosts a slew of seasonal mountain activities, fun concerts, and some of Big Sky's most memorable events. Check out our special offers at the Lodge at Big Sky for the best deals year-round for a fun-filled mountain getaway in Montana.
Rates vary by day and month.
Lifts run 9 am - 4 pm, weather permitting. Half day starts at 12:30 pm.
Vine & Dine Festival
Rut Mountain Running Festival
Big Sky BrewFest
Music on the Mountain
Big Sky Classical Music Festival
Skiing / Snowboarding
How many runs does Big Sky have?
There are over 250 named runs on Lone Mountain that cover over 85 miles over 5,800 acres in the majestic Northern Rockies. The longest run is the Liberty Bowl to Mountain Mall, which is 6 miles long. The runs range from beginner to advanced, with 30 chair lifts in total.
When does Big Sky Resort open for ski season?
Ski season at Big Sky starts November 22, 2018, and ends April 21, 2019. The summer season begins in June and runs until September. They are closed May and October to get ready for the upcoming season. Check regularly for closures due to weather conditions.
What is the closest airport to Big Sky Resort?
The closest airport to Big Sky Resort is Bozeman-Yellowstone Airport (BZN). With over 25 flights per day on all major airlines, getting to Big Sky is easy. It is 50 miles northeast from Big Sky, approximately a 45-minute to one-hour drive on US Highway 191 through the beautiful Gallatin River Canyon.