OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
Discounted Ski Tickets  

Enjoy America's Biggest Skiing at a special price! Tickets can be purchased for a single day or up to 5 of 6 consecutive days.

Number of Days Sale Price Regular Adult Rates Your Savings
Single Day Pass $98.88 $143.17 $44.29
2 of 3 Days $193.64 $286.34 $92.70
3 of 4 Days $265.74 $429.51 $163.77
4 of 5 Days $354.32 $572.68 $218.36
5 of 6 Days $442.90 $715.85 $272.95
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*Discounted lift tickets can only be purchased until 30 days before the meeting (January 28). After this time, they can be purchased at regular rates.

Discounted Gear Rentals: Bring your name tag and receive discounts on rentals at the Big Sky Ski Rentals in the Snowcrest Building. Open 8am-6pm daily. If you have questions, contact Kyle Krawiec at kkrawiec@bigskyresort.com.

Daily Ski Tours: Big Sky resort provides daily on-mountain ski tours at 10:45am and 1:00pm, geared toward intermediate skiers. Arrive 10 minutes prior to departure. This 1.5 hour ski tour of the entire resort includes different ski lifts, many ski runs and adjoining areas, plus generous mountain base amenities. Contact Nick Efta nefta@bigskyresort.com or 406-995-5527. Please meet at the base area, north of Swift Current Lift, under the sign that reads "Mountain Host Tours".

Area Fast Facts 

The Biggest Skiing in America:

5750 skiable acres
4350 vertical feet
400+ inches of powder annually
250 named runs
22 chair lifts
9 terrain parks

  Big Sky
  The mountain opened for its first winter of skiing in 1973.
  The "Meadow" area of Big Sky lies in an alpine valley formed during the
  Cretaceous period. Initially called the "Gallatin Canyon Basin", the Meadow
  is braided with small rivers that channel mountain snow run-off.

 
 

Wildlife Species in the Park

300 birds
16 fish
5 amphibians
6 reptiles
67 mammals
See them all here

  Yellowstone National Park
  
The West Entrance is only an hour's drive south of Big Sky.
  
People have been in Yellowstone more than 11,000 years, as shown by
  
archeological sites, trails and oral histories.
  
Yellowstone was established in 1972 as the first National Park.
  Call the Big Sky Resort concierge to arrange a tour at 406-995-8006 or email
  BigSkyConcierge@bigskyresort.com.

 
 
 
Additional Activities

What is there to do in Big Sky? The real questions is... what can't you do? Big Sky Resort is the Basecamp to Yellowstone and the perfect headquarters for mountain adventures. Basecamp can help your group arrange a variety of memory-making side trips to make your experience here even more enjoyable. Call 406-995-5769 to book.

  • Nature Zipline
  • Snowshoe
  • Dog Sledding
  • Sleigh Ride
  • Snowcoach Tour (Attendee-only tours to be available soon!)
  • Snowmobile Tour
  • Nordic Skiing
  • Giant Swing
  • Climbing Wall

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Member & Exhibitor Services: Audrey Rinehart |
1.877.216.1919  |  audrey@radres.org