Top 5 Moments from the 2020-21 Ski Season

The 2020-2021 season was unlike any other. We learned about goggle fog management and smiling with our eyes while wearing masks, but most importantly, we have a new appreciation for each day of skiing. We made it through together thanks to our team members, guests, and Big Sky community. So, without further ado, let’s look back at our top 5 moments from this winter season. 5. The view from the Titanic Deck at 11,000ft. 4.…

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4 Reasons to Buy a Big Sky Resort Season Pass

Getting a season pass is a rite of passage for anyone who wants to experience the fun, freedom, and thrill of multiple days carving lines for the best value. Along with great skiing, Big Sky Season Passes offer a variety of discounts and perks that can transform any year from average to amazing. Here are four reasons to get yours now: 1. More Practice, More Pleasure Ski more. It sounds simple but the convenience of…

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Skiing Saves Lives: 20 years of Big Sky Youth Empowerment

By: Emily Stifler Wolfe Sitting on the Six Shooter Chairlift at Big Sky Resort, 15-year-old Adrian squints as he pulls off his helmet. He runs a hand through his dark curly hair and looks up at the peak. “I just needed a different scenery—a different place to be,” he says, describing the challenges he’d faced at home, at school and with the law. Adrian found that in Big Sky Youth Empowerment, a Bozeman-based nonprofit that…

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Sightseeing on Lone Peak

By: Dan Egan Late one afternoon, I was standing at the top of Africa, one of my favorite mogul runs here at the resort, and gazing up at Lone Peak while the low angle afternoon sunlight was creating a shadow in the dark blue sky. The south-facing slope was smooth, barely a track on it; I was adrift in my thoughts. My skiing companion pierced my contemplation with a question, “What are you looking at?” …

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