Big Sky, Montana, features two premier downhill resorts - Big Sky and Moonlight Basin - connected by Lone Peak, as well as the nation's top-ranked cross-country ski resort, Lone Mountain Ranch.
Big Sky Resort features 400" of annual snowfall, 3600 acres of skiable terrain, including terrain parks and a snowtube park, a vertical drop of 4,350 feet, and fun summer activities including lift-accessible mountain biking, hiking trails, scenic chairlift rides, and ziplines.
Sharing a ridge with Big Sky Resort, together Moonlight Basin and Big Sky create the Biggest Skiing in America. Buy a combo ticket or just a single ticket to Moonlight Basin for 1,900 acres of skiing and a vertical drop of 4,150 feet. A handful of hiking and biking trails, as well as horseback rides are available in the summer.
Lone Mountain Ranch, found in Big Sky's Meadow Village, is a renowned recreation and cross-country ski resort facility for Nordic skiers of all abilities. Lone Mountain offers 85 groomed and open trails as well as sleigh rides, lodging, and dining.
Located just a little over an hour north of Big Sky is Bridger Bowl in Bozeman, Montana. Bridger Bowl offers fantastic skiing for a great price. Lots of backcountry skiing access as well.