Season pass deals at Montana ski resorts may have ended, but several lift ticket deals remain. Frequent skier cards, packs and punch cards can substantially lower your daily lift ticket cost. Check them out.
As if 5,700 acres of skiable terrain wasn’t enough for Big Sky Resort, already the largest in the United States, has opened up another 54 acres pushing the envelope to 5,746 skiable acres that will improve glade skiing.
The ski season is winding down across Montana with last day set next month; some early, some later in the month. Get out and enjoy some of the best skiing and riding of the season.
CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC and Boyne Resorts, owner of Big Sky Resort, has entered into an agreement to purchase Moonlight Basin Resort, which straddles the other side of Lone Mountain. The acquisition will create the largest ski resort in the Lower 48.
It’s hard to believe the season will be ending in a couple of weeks at many Montana ski areas. The snow is still falling. Enjoy some good late season skiing, riding and affordable lift and lodging packages.
The West Yellowstone, Gallatin National Forest area of southern Montana, which includes Big Sky Resort, offers plenty of winter adventures to choose from. It ranks high among western trip choices for skiers/riders from Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas.
Most season pass sales have ended for Montana ski areas, but a number of lift ticket deals are still available. Some of the deals include transferable lift tickets or coupons and would make Christmas stocking stuffers. Check them out.
Five top Montana ski areas have season pass price increases coming over the next few weeks. Now is the time to act if you’re thinking of purchasing a season pass before prices increases start taking place.
Record heat is scorching much of the Heartland this summer, so you might consider a quick trip to Big Sky Resort in the Montana mountains, with Yellowstone National Park just down the road.