Both Big Sky and Bridger Bowl Resorts both set records for skiers. Bridger Bowl saw 217,000 skiers this season overturning the previous mark by 3%. Big Sky saw more than 450,000 skier visits overturning the previous mark by over 100,000 skiers! Snow fell early and often with snowpack levels well above 100% levels in all areas in Big Sky and the Gallatin Valley.
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If you are planning a ski vacation, look no further than Big Sky, Montana. For ski-able acreage, Big Sky boasts over 3600 acres of ski-able acreage and 4366 vertical - while Moonlight Basin boasts an additional 2000 acres of 3850 feet of vertical.
Combine the huge terrain with virtually NO lift lines and you can get hooked on Big Sky, Montana skiing quickly. Although the amenities in Big Sky have always been known as a bit on the 'light' side, the town center is really starting to take off with a new movie theater opening in May, several music amphitheatres, a great selection of restaurants and other services.
In addition, you have Yellowstone Park's west entrance just down the road - about 48 miles, mammoth hiking and snow-shoeing; back country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sled rides, and horse driven sleigh dinners - a lifetime of memories in a week!
My recommendation is to find a great ski rental vacation home in the Mountain Village area of Big Sky - most have good-to-great ski access and jaw dropping views of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks. One ski vacation rental home to consider is the Sioux Lodge @ http://www.siouxlodge.com. This Lodge features: ski access to Big Sky Resort, killer views of Lone Mountain and room for 12 in 4 beds and 3.5 baths, the Sioux provides base camp for an awesome ski vacation.
Visit Big Sky, Montana this winter for an unforgettable vacation ski destination.