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Planning to attack Big Sky's best mogul runs this winter? That’s a great plan if you want to improve your technique, get in shape, and have fun. A wise skier once said, “If you want to become a better skier, go and ski moguls all day, every day, all season long.” That’s a tall order because mogul skiing can be quite challenging.
Moguls are bumps that are formed as skiers and riders push snow around while descending a slope. These small piles of snow quickly accumulate and grow into a field of moguls. The more skiers and riders that hit the slope, the bigger and gnarlier the moguls become.
Mogul skiing is a blast, but Big Sky doesn’t have many pure mogul runs. You’ll find bumps after snowstorms or on your favorite tree trails, but Big Sky doesn’t typically get many full runs covered in monster bumps where you can fine tune your skiing and riding technique.
Lone Mountain | Photo: Glennis Indreland
Now that we’ve given you a list of Big Sky’s best mogul runs, we’ll let you in on a little secret. If you’re a mogul lover, it’s time to brace yourself - Big Sky’s best moguls will never compare to the legendary moguls of Colorado, California, or even Utah. Big Sky doesn’t get enough people on the slopes to form moguls large enough to swallow a whole person like other busy ski resorts do. If that’s what you’re looking for, it might be best to book a trip to a different ski resort. We’re just being honest.
If you’re striving to reach your full potential, take a ski lesson with a seasoned ski professional and learn how to properly ski the bumps. You’ll be amazed at what it can do for your skiing ability. Then take your skills and go and explore the world class off piste terrain, the endless tree runs, and the big mountain terrain located on Lone Mountain. There’s a lifetime of skiing in Big Sky for everyone to explore.