Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin
Experience the biggest skiing in America with the new Big Sky Moonlight Basin interconnected with the Lone Peak Pass. You can glide effortlessly between Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin for over 5,500 acres of uncrowded terrain. Wide-open groomed runs, powder filled bowls, glades and steep chutes are all accessible in this place all your own. Take the Lone Peak Tram to Big Sky's summit for views of three states, two national parks, and countless mountain ranges.
When the ski day is over and it's time for some relaxation, cuddle up in one of our 680 hotel rooms, suites, condominiums or cabins, most of which are slopeside. Wherever you stay, you'll have access to outdoor heated pools and hot tubs, steam rooms and fitness centers. And speaking of relaxing, the Solace Spa at Big Sky cares for your most valuable assets, your body, mind and spirit.
Big Sky Resort is focused on families. From Snowsports School to nightly movies to Kids' Club, there's always something fun to do. Each day after the slopes close, the Kids' Club is just getting started. Kids can join with others their age for games, marshmallow roasts, rescue dog demonstrations and more, all for free. And speaking of free, children 10 and under ski and stay free at Big Sky Resort, up to two per paying adult.
Big Sky also offers great shopping, dining, and nightlife. Over 32 restaurants and bars offer everything from sushi to wood-fired pizza to live poker. So join us at Big Sky Resort for family fun and Western hospitality.
Bridger Bowl is a non-profit ski area offering an exceptional ski experience with over 2,000 vertical feet and 1,500 acres of lift accessed terrain. There is a full-service lodge located in the base area with rental shop, ski school, cafeteria, bar and restaurant. There is also a mid-mountain chalet with food and beverages. Our central reservations office has lodging rates and packages for on-mountain accommodations and motels in Bozeman.