Big Sky Resort Announces Updates to 2020-21 Season Passes

Big Sky Resort has announced updates to 2020-21 season pass offerings to provide peace of mind and instill confidence about skiing and riding next season, and getting back to the sport that ties the Big Sky community together. WORRY-FREE WINTER ASSURANCE To ensure passholders are provided with a full winter for the 20-21 season, Big Sky Resort promises that the resort will operate for 140 days of skiing and riding. In the event that Big…

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Big Sky Resort to Open for Summer Season

As the days get longer and warmer, Big Sky Resort will begin a phased opening for summer activities on Friday, May 22. “Our leadership team has been working diligently to develop a summer operations plan that follows state and local health guidelines, and takes the safety of our guests, employees, and community seriously,” said Troy Nedved, general manager, Big Sky Resort. GOLF To kick off Memorial Day Weekend, Big Sky Resort Golf Course will open…

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Virtual Skiing: Thank You, Big Sky

This week’s Virtual Skiing blog doesn’t actually involve any skiing. It’s about the Big Sky community finding silver linings, spreading positivity, and coming together. On Sunday, April 19th, in lieu of a proper closing day at Big Sky Resort, the Big Sky community celebrated in a creative way. Instead of riding a favorite lift one last time and savoring the last few lift-serviced runs, our town came together to host the Big Sky CARE-avan, a…

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New Ski Lift Construction Postponed at Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort has postponed installation of the new Swift Current ski lift until the summer of 2021. The lift had been scheduled for a summer 2020 installation and complete in time to open for the 2020-21 ski season. “Proceeding with a complex and deadline sensitive construction project during the current COVID-19 emergency would not be a prudent decision,” said Troy Nedved, general manager of operations at Big Sky Resort. According to Nedved, concerns about…

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Big Sky Ski Lifts Go Green

Renewable energy credits eliminate lift operation’s annual carbon footprint Big Sky Resort announced today that its ski lift operations are now in alignment with The Big Picture, the ski area’s initiative to reduce operating impact and become carbon neutral by 2030. The resort recently purchased Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) equivalent to the annual electrical consumption of its 38 lifts. “Lifts are obviously essential to our business – and they are responsible for nearly a third…

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