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Brand new powder. 360 degrees of blue. Crisp mountain air. Room to breathe. And then, the downhill swoosh. In Montana’s Yellowstone Country there’s always room to carve your own path down the mountain, and there’s always fresh powder to do it in. We get over 400 inches of snow each year on three of Montana’s four largest ski areas—acres of diverse, crowd-free runs with affordable lift tickets and luxury slopeside lodging. Montana snow seekers ski Yellowstone Country.

View the legends of yellowstone

Extreme freestyle ski pioneers honed their craft on the slopes of Yellowstone Country Montana. Our local spirit is still part of what makes skiing in Montana truly authentic and downright legendary.

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Bridger Bowl


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—known for its light, dry powder and the steep chutes experts crave—offers some of the most exciting ski terrain in the Rockies, and incredibly low package prices with no blackout dates. This world-class ski area has seven chairlifts serving first-time beginners, expert-only, alpine ridge-terrain adventurers and everyone in between.

Bridger Bowl is only 20 minutes up the canyon from Bozeman, Montana—recently named one of the “world’s top 25 ski towns” by National Geographic Traveler magazine. This active university town offers multiple lodging opportunities and an impressive list of dining, nightlife and entertainment options. If you’re looking for a natural, undeveloped, big mountain playground with a friendly local vibe, we highly recommend Bridger Bowl.


15795 Bridger Canyon Road
Bozeman, Montana 59715

(406) 587-2111
(800) 223-9609

Big Sky Resort


Once neighbors sharing the same mountain, Moonlight Basin and Spanish Peaks were purchased by Big Sky and are now permanently one impressive (and huge) ski complex, known as Big Sky Resort. With 5,800 acres of terrain and 4,350 feet of vertical served by more than 30 lifts, runs up to 6 miles long, a 2,000 vertical foot, powder-filled bowl beneath Lone Mountain, challenging chutes and a view of three states, two national parks and numerous mountain ranges, you’ll understand just what “big” means.

The community of Big Sky is “the little town that’s next to everything.” Traditional Western flair meets mountain ski town vibe, complete with real cowboys that blend easily with luxury and comfort in all aspects of life, from dining and day spas to accommodations.


50 Big Sky Resort Road
Big Sky, MT 59716


Red Lodge Mountain


Big mountain adventures without big mountain crowds or prices, Red Lodge Mountain is a down-to-earth ski area that values great skiing and affordability. A well-developed terrain park offers 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.

Off the slopes, the friendly locals and historic western mining town of Red Lodge known as the “Basecamp to the Beartooths” offers shops, restaurants, culture and entertainment. Situated on the eastern front of the Beartooth Mountain Range—Montana’s tallest—Red Lodge Mountain provides the ultimate ski vacation—mixed terrain, charming mountain town, spectacular vistas and inviting après decks.


305 Ski Run Rd
Red Lodge, MT 59068


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