Lots of resorts have big peaks on the horizon. Ours — Lone Peak — is actually on the trail map. The Lone Peak Tram takes you right to the top, where you'll have some eight square miles of runs and 4,350 vertical feet laid before your wide eyes. It is demonstrative evidence of our right to the title, Biggest Skiing in America®. But it isn't the only evidence. Short lift lines ensure you get all the vertical your legs can handle. A vast diversity of terrain — from greenhorn to grab-your-avalanche-beacon — means nobody in the family gets bored. Add in 400 inches of powder, and you begin to see why "big" applies to every turn of your skis, not some distant, postcard peak.
As if we weren't big enough for you already, the Big Sky Resort-Moonlight Basin interconnect gives you access to more skiing than anywhere else in the United States. With the Biggest Skiing in America lift ticket, you can access 5,532 skiable acres and endless ways to navigate 4,350 feet of vertical drop. At 11,166 feet it's easy to see Lone Peak's appeal to every age and level of skier and boarder. Runs up to six miles long and glades and bowls covered in 400~plus inches of annual snowfall make a day on the slopes something different for everyone.
Summit (Lone Peak) - 11,166 feet
Base (Mountain Village) - 7,500 feet
Base (Lone Moose) - 6,800 feet
3,832 acres - 150 named runs covering over 85 miles on three separate mountains.
Liberty Bowl to Mountain Mall - 6 miles
Average Lift Line
Consistently recognized in national ski magazines for short or non-existent lines.
Average Winter Daytime Temperature
20 degrees F
Average Annual Snowfall
23,000 skiers per hour
Ski Season Opens
November 24, 2011 (weather pending)
Ski Season Ends
April 15, 2012
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Credit to Big Sky Resort for article content