Big Sky prides itself on having the most diverse and balanced terrain, offering a wide selection of runs for beginners to intermediates to thrill seekers. After all, there are 5,512 acres, spread across three mountains, and two ski areas at which to play. Novices can sample the long, three-mile jaunts on rolling green runs like the top-to-bottom Pacifier, while the tree-lined steeps above, off the Lone Peak Tram on the South Face, attract the most experienced skiers. Middle-of-the-road skiers should hit the front side of Andesite Mountain for nicely groomed, intermediate runs.
Skiing the Mountains of Big Sky
1 Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky, 59716, MT