If you're looking for uncrowded slopes, mixed terrain ideal for groups or families with varying level of expertise, a massive amount of terrain—5,750 acres to be exact—and a relaxing, laid-back mountain setting then a Big Sky ski trip should be a top-of-mind choice. Being off the beaten path, as Big Sky is, certainly has its perks: lift lines are nonexistent. Locals and return visitors joke that if they have to wait in line for more than two minutes it’s a busy day. Big Sky also offers a handful of exceptional, rustic Montana dining experiences, sure to gratify guests looking for a unique meal. Click to learn more about Big Sky>>>
For a ski vacation with few crowds, expansive terrain and unrivaled ski in ski out access Big Sky Resort is a top-of-mind choice. Vacationing at a new ski resort is always a little harrowing, but that's where Ski.com can make it easy. We're a one-stop shop to book your entire Big Sky ski vacation, including lodging, flights, ground transportation, car rentals, lift tickets, lessons, equipment rentals and activities. Learn more about how you can save on your Big Sky lift tickets by bundling them with lodging. We also provide insight and recommendations on where to ski and what off-mountain experiences you should try out while visiting Big Sky.
If you would prefer to book your vacation package online, start by selecting your preferred accommodation on our Big Sky lodging page. If you would prefer to receive personal attention while booking your trip, call or chat now with one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
One thing’s for sure on a Big Sky ski trip, your legs are going to get tired, which makes the ski in ski out hot tubs that much sweeter. There's a lot of skiing to be had at Big Sky and even more than ever thanks to Big Sky's recent purchase of its sister resort Moonlight Basin. Usually, the more terrain, the more a lift ticket costs. We're happy to report that's not the case for Big Sky ski resort. To the tune of $99, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the gargantuan 5,750 acres of Big Sky Resort.
The resort is centered around the impressive and imminent 11,166-foot Lone Peak. Skiers and boarders can easily jump back and forth between each ski area via interconnected lifts and trails. Beginners have their own private area without the interference of intermediate or expert skiers in the area between Moonlight Basin’s Pony Express and Derringer lifts. While intermediate skiers have incredible access and can get the feel of Big Sky’s expert terrain via trails at the base saddle of Lone Peak. It takes only one look at Lone Peak to realize that this mountain is an expert or extreme skier’s sanctuary. With challenging terrain in nearly every direction from the peak’s summit, experts can enjoy one of North America’s longest vertical runs.
Watch Ski.com's Vacation Guide video about Big Sky ski resort to learn more about the "biggest" ski area in the U.S.