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One of the best things about Big Sky is that it has terrain for every ability level. Many people don't realize this because of Big Sky's big mountain reputation. A lot of Big Sky's hype is focused on Lone Peak, the Big Couloir, the North Summit Snowfield, and the Challenger zone. But behind all the advanced and expert level skiing, there is enough beginner terrain to keep even the newest skiers and riders entertained.How To Stay Warm When It's Cold Outside
The Biggest Skiing In America features 5,800 acres of skiable terrain. When broken down that's:
Based on some simple math (15% x 5800 acres), that's 870 acres of beginner terrain! That's more skiable acreage than some entire ski resorts. With almost zero crowds and over 400+ inches of fluffy snow every year, Big Sky is one of the world's best places to learn to ski.
There are lots of other green runs that beginner skiers and riders will enjoy. Safari, Lower Morningstar, and Cupajo immediately come to mind. You can find even more on the Big Sky Resort Trail Map.
Grab your skis and explore the best ski runs for beginners at Big Sky Resort. You can also book a ski lesson with a Big Sky Mountain Sports instructor to learn some tips and tricks to take you to the next level.
See you on the slopes!