Organically grown and locally owned since 1955, Bridger Bowl has operated as a nonprofit community ski area since powder-day one. With over 2,000 acres spanning 2,600 vertical feet, Bridger Bowl offers some of the most exciting ski terrain in the Rockies ... and incredibly low package prices with no blackout dates! This world-class community ski area offers all the services you need in one of three big day lodges and has seven chair lifts serving ability levels ranging from first-time beginner to expert only, alpine ridge terrain adventurers. Bridger Bowl is located only 20 minutes up the canyon from Bozeman, Montana - recently selected as one of the "world's top 25 ski towns" by National Geographic Traveler Magazine (Feb. 2012). This active university town offers multiple lodging opportunities and an impressive list of dining, nightlife and entertainment options to round out your stay. If you’re looking for a natural, undeveloped, big mountain playground with a friendly local vibe, we highly recommend that you visit Bridger Bowl.
Big Sky Resort
The name alone says it all: Big Sky
isn’t just the biggest ski area in Montana, it’s the Biggest Skiing in America. When combined with Moonlight Basin, under the “Biggest Skiing in America” lift ticket, all of Big Sky and all of Moonlight Basin are yours to explore. That’s 5,532 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet consisting of confidence-inspiring glades, impeccably groomed trails, challenging steeps, jaw-dropping chutes and impressive vistas surrounding Lone Mountain in every direction. And all of that without lift lines! On its own, Big Sky Resort encourages visitors to “Live Big” in every regard, from big runs to big experiences to big savings. From the 11,166 foot summit of Lone Peak to the quaint charm of the Mountain Village, family activities and authentic mountain town experiences abound at Big Sky Resort.
Located on the north side of Lone Mountain, which it shares with Big Sky Resort, Moonlight Basin
is a collection of steep chutes and gullies, wide open bowls, long groomers, a freestyle terrain park, mogul runs, beginner runs and an assortment of areas for tree skiing that will delight the senses. One of the newest resorts to open in North America, Moonlight Basin has not let youth stand in its way when it comes to high-end amenities, personalized service and Montana hospitality. Family-focused and friendly, the staff at Moonlight makes visitors feel welcome, while the surroundings make them feel privileged. From the gourmet trappings of Jack Creek Saloon to the pristine ruggedness of the Montana wilderness and the crowd-free slopes, vacationers will feel as if they’ve arrived at their own private ski resort, which, in a very real way, they have.
Red Lodge Mountain
Offering big mountain adventures without the big mountain crowds or prices, Red Lodge Mountain
prides itself on being a down-to-earth ski area that values great skiing at a great price over glitz and glamour. For those seeking a memorable ski vacation where one can truly relax and have fun, this is the place. Off the slopes, the friendly locals and historic western mining town of Red Lodge make for an authentic mountain experience. On the mountain, smart and timely terrain expansion, as well as a well-developed terrain park, combine to offer ski and snowboard opportunities for all ages and ability levels, making Red Lodge Mountain an ideal spot for family vacations. And, with more than a third of its terrain designated as advanced or expert, there’s plenty of room to push the limits. Situated on the eastern front of the Beartooth Mountain Range—Montana’s tallest—Red Lodge Mountain leans comfortably on its historic past, while keeping a watchful eye on the future trends and attractions of family ski trips.