Experience Rest at its Biggest and Best

The great thing about skiing at Big Sky is that with nearly 6,000 acres and more than 300 runs, all situated among vast forests, sprawling landscapes and beautiful mountains, you can be one with nature while having fun and safely connecting with friends and family. Thankfully, for those times when your legs need to recover from carving, the wide-open landscape that makes the downhilling so amazing also provides countless other activities to try on rest…

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Big Sky Mountain Biking For Beginners (Flow Trails Are Your Friend)

By Annie Fast I recently got back into mountain biking and, wow, the game has changed! What changed? Two words—flow trails. These trails are an alternate to traditional technical trails; they’re generally machine-built wide and smooth, with banked turns and rolling terrain. And Big Sky Resort is packed with them. When you combine freeride trails with modern mountain bikes, it is seriously like a whole new sport—one everyone should try. If you’re just getting back…

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Virtual Skiing: Local Legends of Big Sky

Big Sky is a big mountain with an even bigger soul. So much of what makes this place special has nothing to do with skiing at all – it’s the people who call this place home.    This week, we’re highlighting a few of our local legends. These skiers embody the spirit of Lone Mountain, and each bring a unique flavor of skiing to Big Sky. Without these people, Big Sky wouldn’t be the place it is today.  Here’s our fifth installment of Virtual Skiing, taking you into…

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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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Virtual Skiing: Inspirational Stories from Lone Mountain

Today is Friday, April 3, and it’s been almost three weeks since Big Sky stopped spinning chairlifts. We’ve been through many stages of grief: shock, denial, anger, sadness, acceptance. And now? Well, we just miss skiing. And chairlifts. And the way the sun hits Lone Mountain in the morning. We figured you might be missing it too. So, we scoured the internet and found a few Big Sky stories to entertain, to lighten the mood,…

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