Ski Big Sky, Montana Skiing


Big Sky is known for the Biggest Skiing in America. Enjoy skiing and boarding at Big Sky Resort or nordic skiing at Lone Mountain Ranch.

Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin have now combined ski areas. Together they are known as the Big Sky Ski Resort, offering over 5,700 skiable acres as well as terrain parks, a tubing hill, and zip lines for the whole family to enjoy.

Late November to the middle of April, weather conditions permitting

Lift Tickets 2016-2017

  • Adult (18-69): $119
  • Senior (70 plus): $99
  • Junior (11-17): $99
  • College (with ID): $99
  • Youth (6-10): $69
  • Child (5 and under): Free

Head to the top of the road at Big Sky. You can't miss Lone Peak!

Lone Mountain Ranch

Nordic skiers love the 80-plus miles of groomed and open trails at Lone Mountain Ranch.

December to March, weather permitting

Price Range

  • Season trail pass prices vary depending on date purchased
  • Adult: $20/day
  • Seniors: $10/day
  • Kids 12 and younger: FREE

About halfway between US 191 and the Big Sky Base Area, Lone Mountain Ranch sits on the north side of the Spur Road.

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