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Winter Adventures For Every Traveler

While the Lone Peak is king during the winter months in Big Sky, there's a lot more adventure to check off the snow season bucket list. This is prime time to get outdoors and get after it, but if you'd rather hunker down and hibernate, that's cool too - the choices are endless. Regardless of how you spend the winter in Big Sky, we have a few "must-dos" on our Winter Bucket List.


On the Mountain

The Biggest Skiing in America® means one lift ticket gives you access to Big Sky Resort’s 5,800 acres of skiable terrain, and 4,350 feet of vertical spanning across four mountains. And Lone Mountain Ranch, voted the #1 Nordic Ski Resort in North America by Cross Country Skier magazine, has 85 km of trails to explore the surrounding area of Big Sky. You’ll be in a skiing Mecca with all the benefits of a lively ski town, minus those pesky lift lines.

More to Snow than Skiing

Come for the skiing, but stay for a slew of other outdoor excursions like snowshoeing or dog sledding adventures, sleigh rides, ice climbing, and more! Yellowstone National Park is popular for its snowmobile tours and comfortable, scenic snowcoach rides to Old Faithful. In the evening, stay warm by a crackling fire, soak your muscles in a hot tub, enjoy après ski entertainment, fabulous dining options, and end the night with an unforgettable alpenglow behind Lone Peak – all in a Big Sky winter day.