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Big Sky Ski Resort
Big Sky, Montana
Big Sky Lodging Map for Hotels and Condos
Big Sky Photos and Pics
Big Sky Resort
Montana is known for its vast, beautiful landscapes and at Big Sky, there's no exception. This ski resort is known for excellent skiing on an un-crowded mountain, spectacular scenery and a western hospitality that will make you feel right at home.
Big Sky Mountain
Located 38 miles south of Bozeman (BZN), Big Sky offers three mountains that bear over 85 miles worth of world-class skiing trails. Lone Mountain boasts a shocking 4,350 vertical feet, and is made up of a lot of expert ski terrain. Andesite Mountain is most notably an intermediate mountain, though it also boasts some expert tree runs and a giant half pipe. Flat Iron Mountain offers the greatest variety of them all. In total, Big Sky offers 3,600 wonderful acres of skiing terrain, characterized by 400 annual inches of snow cover, nearly non-existent lift lines and breathtaking scenery.
Big Sky Village
Characterized by its relaxing pace, Big Sky’s Mountain Village lies nestled at the base of Lone Peak. Here, you’ll find a variety of shops, restaurants, and nightlife for your après ski entertainment. And, when you're not skiing or riding the "cold smoke", Big Sky offers a plethora of winter alternatives like snowmobiling and wildlife viewing in Yellowstone Park, snow-shoeing, sleigh ride dinners, ice skating, free children's activities, and relaxing treatments at the Solace Spa.
Big Sky Lodging: Condos and Hotels
In the general vicinity of Big Sky, there are many lodges of varying sizes and proximity to the ski lifts- including lodge rooms, condos, and cabins. The most well known is the Huntley Lodge named after the newsman that developed the area, it still offers a complete breakfast with your hotel room. Rental condos can be found at the entrance to the resort, throughout the original base area and up at the new resort center, Moonlight Basin.
More Big Sky Links
This map details the location of popular Big Sky lodging options. Accommodations are numbered on the map, which when clicked will display a brief description of the property. The list of these lodges on the right side-bar will also display the property, it's rating, and re-size the map centering on that property. You may also click on "more information" which will take you to a page devoted to that specific property choice and ski package options. Here you will find the property amenities, lodging photos, a map of the property, and chairlift location. You may also display nearby restaurants, bars, and grocery stores by clicking the sidebar to the right of the Big Sky map.
All lodging options are color coded- Blue, Green, Purple, and in some cases Red. Blue indicates a ski-in property. Please note that some of these are ski-in/ski-out, but can also be walk-out or shuttle-out. Green markers suggest the lodging is within walking distance of a Big Sky chairlift. Purple tabs are typically a short shuttle ride from lift access. Lastly, Red indicates that a car is recommended.
The lodging classification of ski-in/ski-out or within walking distance varies amongst users, terrain and snow conditions. It is best to either zoom in on the lodging map to make your own determination or call our reservation office for more details regarding the ski access.
More Big Sky Links
Big Sky Links
Big Sky Lodging
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