Ski miles of smooth slopes and snow bowls at Big Sky Resort. You'll find lodging, restaurants, and equipment rentals near the ski lifts. Take a ride on the Lone Peak Tram, which climbs 442 m (1,450 ft) up to the most difficult slopes. Consider an extended stay at the resort to try more than one activity. The summer offers horseback riding, golf, ziplines, or hiking. To visit Big Sky Resort on your trip to Big Sky, use our Big Sky day trip site.
Big Sky Resort reviews
Mountain village dining was great make sure to eat at Montana Jacks. And the cabin bar and grill huckleberry dip and salad dressing awesome
Mountain village dining was great make sure to eat at Montana Jacks. And the cabin bar and grill huckleberry dip and salad dressing awesome more »
Plenty to do. Large variety of trails, places to eat, lifts etc. everything is top quality, new and high tech. Friendly staff. Great ski vacation
Plenty to do. Large variety of trails, places to eat, lifts etc. everything is top quality, new and high tech. Friendly staff. Great ski vacation more »
Great resort. Lots of run options, large ski lifts with bubbles to protect you from the weather. Lines are short due to large and fast lifts. The staff is fantastic. The map shows lots of beginner hills. Brought my boys who are beginners and I think they are overly optimistic as many of the beginner slops are more advanced. Great place for experienced skiers not as great if you are a beginner.
I booked the condo my friends own in Village Center for the week. The condo itself was very nice and clean, and the front desk staff members were friendly during my few interactions with them. The relatively few on-resort dining establishments that were open were somewhat often closed during their posted business hours, leaving us to eat something we didn’t want or go off-resort. The check-in process was confusing, and involved going to a different building than where we were staying, only to have someone escort us to another parking lot after quite a wait and get us checked in at the building where we were staying. I’d rather have been able to go to our parking area directly. I was to park in the owners’ lot per my friends, but it was closed for an event the weekend we arrived. It was open after that for parking, but we were never given the code we asked for to access it, and had to park farther away during our time here. It was no dealbreaker, but for what it costs to own a condo here, I’d think the owners’ lot should always be available for them and their guests to use. The hiking/biking trails and the disc golf courses are excellent. The hiking and biking trails are fantastic. The resort itself is in a beautiful location. It’s an outstanding place to get away and recharge. Overall, the stay was very enjoyable, and the minor annoyances were acceptable considering the rates available at the time I booked. For people paying the current asking prices to stay here, the resort should do better.
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