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Besides its unforgettable setting near Yellowstone Park, Big Sky ski resort is set apart by 400 inches of annual snowfall, 85 miles of named runs and lots of elbowroom. Lift lines are basically non-existent here as you have limitless opportunities to explore the hidden skiable wonders of Big Sky ski resort. Although skiing and snowboarding are the ultimate joys, there is plenty to do at Big Sky ski resort after the lifts close. Strap on some snowshoes and explore the backcountry, or hop in the back of a horse drawn sleigh and enjoy the snow-covered splendor under the stars. Skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, or a massage? Your plate will always be full with so much to do at Big Sky ski resort.
The lights come on and the Tube Park springs to life. Located just up the slope from Snowcrest Lodge and the Village Center, the Tube Park features a 300-foot long tube park. Walking is required.
Enjoy a wonderful afternoon on a Snowshoe Tour! Snowshoe tours meander peacefully through the Moose Tracks Gully.
Glide over 85 groomed kilometers of nationally ranked cross-country ski trails at Lone Mountain Ranch.
Try ice climbing in the beautiful scenic Gallatin Canyon with Montana Alpine Guides.
Enjoy the beauty of Big Sky traveling by snowmobile in the Gallatin National Forest and on Buck Creek Ridge.
Enjoy the sights whatever the weather in the comfort of a climate-controlled snowcoach. A knowledgeable guide will stop wherever there's an opportunity to view and photograph wildlife and thermal features.
Yellowstone National Park
Wellness Studio & Classes
Big Sky Community Park
Crail Ranch Museum
Lone Mountain Trail Scenic Drive
BIG SKY RESORT ADA ACCESSIBILITY POLICIES
-ADAPTIVE LIFT TICKET AND SEASON PASS POLICY
Guests that require assistance to load, ride, or unload the chairlifts or require special assistance while skiing because of a diagnosed disability may purchase day tickets at the window rate. With that ticket purchase, they will be able to receive a single complimentary 1 day lift ticket for their assistant valid for the same day as the original ticket purchase. If a guest requiring assistance purchases a season pass or a multi-day ticket they may request a single 1 day lift ticket each day that they ski or ride at Big Sky Resort for their assistant. The ticket for the assistant is valid on the day that they are functioning as an assistant only. We cannot issue season passes or multi-day lift tickets for assistants. All transactions must be done in the Mountain Services office. If there are any questions or concerns about this policy, please call Neil Johnson in the Mountain Services office at (406) 995-5741.
-USE OF MOBILITY DEVICES IN PEDESTRIAN AREAS
Big Sky Resort allows individual with mobility disabilities to use wheelchairs and manually-powered mobility aids, such as walkers, crutches, canes, braces, or other similar devices designed for use by individual with mobility disabilities in areas open to pedestrian use.
-USE OF ADAPTIVE DEVICES
Big Sky Resort allows the use of adaptive devices or other ‘manually-powered mobility aids' designed and manufactured primarily for use by individuals who have disabilities, including without limitation, mono skis, bi skis, outriggers and sit-skis. Big Sky Resort Snow Sports facility can assist guests wishing to enjoy winter sports through the use of adaptive equipment in scheduling adaptive lessons through Eagle Mount of Bozeman, www.eaglemount.org or phone: 406-586-1781.
-PEDESTRIAN AREA USE OF SERVICE ANIMALS DURING SUMMER & WINTER SEASON
Big Sky Resort supports the use of trained service animals during the summer and winter operating seasons. All services animals must meet current ADA guidelines to include, but not be limited to: remaining under the direct control of the user at all times; be house broken; and be trained and utilized for a specific disability approved by ADA regulations.