BIG SKY, MONTANA
About The Resort
Big Sky Ski Resort is located in the western United States, in southwestern Montana in Madison County. It is also the second-largest ski resort in the United States by acreage. Opened in late 1973, the resort has more than 5,800 acres (9.1 sq mi) of terrain and a vertical drop of 4,350 feet. Big Sky Resort also offers meeting space for conferences, weddings, and corporate retreats. The winter activities include skiing and snowboarding, seven terrain parks, zip-line, and snowshoeing.
GATEWAY CITY: Bozeman DISTANCE: 1 hour ELEVATION: 6800'-11166'
# OF LIFTS: 38 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 300 LONGEST RUN: 6 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 15% INTERMEDIATE: 25% ADVANCE: 42% EXPERT: 18%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 4350'
4 Star The Summit Hotel
The Summit Hotel offers ski-to-door access and provides guests with an on-site restaurant and spa. Rooms at the hotel feature free WiFi, cable TV, and free toiletries. A sauna and hot tub are also made available for guests to enjoy daily.
3 Star Big Horn Condos
Guests can expect easy access to the slopes at these condominiums, where all units are ski-in/ski-out. Each unit includes a fireplace, deck, full kitchen, washer and dryer, cable, and satellite. Some units come with a hot tub, and for those that don't, guests have access to the shared hot tub, pool, and fitness facility.
3 Star Huntley Lodge
Located next to the ski elevators, this lodge features an outdoor swimming pool and a daily hot breakfast. Each room provides guests with free WiFi, a seating area, coffee-making facilities, and a private bathroom. Two hot tubs are readily available, and guests can book a massage at the on-site spa to unwind after great days of skiing.